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post #6481 of 20767
I don't know now. Set it back up, reapplied therman paste, and hooked it straight into the motherboard. Things were going fine (idle between 30-34C, like normal). Started folding, shot up to 98C. Killed the folding program, idling in the 60s. Using RealTemp to keep track of temps. Here's a screenshot of RealTemp:

post #6482 of 20767
I never trusted the splitter with the pump it self. I had it connected to CPU header on the mobo its self. I have fans connected to the splitter though.

But I wonder if i switched my fans on the rad from exhaust to intake if I'll get better temps. The rad is on top of my corsair c70.
But would I have to move my rad if I did that?
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I don't know now. Set it back up, reapplied therman paste, and hooked it straight into the motherboard. Things were going fine (idle between 30-34C, like normal). Started folding, shot up to 98C. Killed the folding program, idling in the 60s. Using RealTemp to keep track of temps. Here's a screenshot of RealTemp:


Was the pump running when it shot up? Or did it stop? Have you checked your BIOS to make sure the fan setting didn't reset to voltage modulation?
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post #6484 of 20767
really interested in the difference between the Swiftech H320 and a custom loop. Im wondering if its worth the extra work of a custom or just get the Swiftech H320 for an easier life. The plan is to overclock an i7 4930k to its max. The choice is the swiftech or a 480mm rad and custom parts. Would the difference in temps be significant?
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really interested in the difference between the Swiftech H320 and a custom loop. Im wondering if its worth the extra work of a custom or just get the Swiftech H320 for an easier life. The plan is to overclock an i7 4930k to its max. The choice is the swiftech or a 480mm rad and custom parts. Would the difference in temps be significant?

Depeneds on which 480 rad and fans you're looking at. For CPU only, you won't get much better. As far as custom loop goes, the H220 is custom loop made easy basically. Swiftech's products in the custom loop are no joke, and peform at the peak of their targeted performance, I.E. the blocks are top performers, and the rads, since they are designed to be used with low rpm fans for acoustics, perform as well or better than all other low-fpi copper rads, including several much larger than the STs. Since the cores of these parts are used in the H220/320 (MCRx20-QP core and Apogee HD cpu block core), with the only difference being a slower pump than higher end custom loops, these units perform as good as any custom loop designed around the same principles, at least with cpu only, since the pump has more than enough flow to handle the loop. In most cases, the pump has more than enough power to run larger loops with the same performance as custom loops as well. Though this is a 6w 1 gpm pump, that doesn't tell the whole story. Up to 3,000 rpm, this pump performs almost identically to a Swiftech MCP35X, so anyone running an MCP35X at 3K rpms or lower could be running one of these pumps instead and get the same performance.
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Hi guys, I would like to join this club. Anyway, I just recently installed my H220 about 4 days ago but now its making this weird pump noise. What can I do to fix this? I need help. frown.gif BTW, I also attached a link of the video I took so you guys can hear it too! I really appreciate if someone can help me on this one. I love this cooler! I dont wanna RMA if it can be fixed. Thanks!

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10201832568923707&set=vb.1467110590&type=2&theater
Edited by chang87 - 9/9/13 at 7:08am
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Hi guys, I would like to join this club. Anyway, I just recently installed my H220 about 4 days ago but now its making this weird pump noise. What can I do to fix this? I need help. frown.gif BTW, I also attached a link of the video I took so you guys can hear it too! I really appreciate if someone can help me on this one. I love this cooler! I dont wanna RMA if it can be fixed. Thanks!

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10201832568923707&set=vb.1467110590&type=2&theater

There's a form on the opening post to fill out that will automatically add you to the club. Also in the opening post, there are instructions on how to bleed the air bubbles out of the pump, which happpens from time to time. More often than not, excessive noise is just air bubbles that get sucked into the impeller.
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post #6488 of 20767
How annoying would it be to cut down the length of the tubes on the h220/h320? The tubes are just WAY too long and i was wondering how annoying it would be and what kind of coolant i should fill it back up with?
post #6489 of 20767
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There's a form on the opening post to fill out that will automatically add you to the club. Also in the opening post, there are instructions on how to bleed the air bubbles out of the pump, which happpens from time to time. More often than not, excessive noise is just air bubbles that get sucked into the impeller.

I already followed the instructions on the 1st page but the noise is still there. Took me around an hour or two to do everything. Still no luck frown.gif
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There's a form on the opening post to fill out that will automatically add you to the club. Also in the opening post, there are instructions on how to bleed the air bubbles out of the pump, which happpens from time to time. More often than not, excessive noise is just air bubbles that get sucked into the impeller.


I already followed the instructions on the 1st page but the noise is still there. Took me around an hour or two to do everything. Still no luck frown.gif

I know its gonna be costly but just rma it and dont waste too much time about it. Took me 5hrs to do all the tilting and topping up and even with the help of a friend whos good at custom loops and we never fixed it.
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