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Pushing the H220 rad to the limit for testing temps and new GPU for SLI to Tri-SLI.

I'll report back. Just for fun. >smile.gif


What fans are you using on the rad?
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Reposting as there is an error on one of the pages int he thread. I have tested it on 3 browsersn on the Mac and 2 on the iPhone. wth.gif
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Edited by B3L13V3R - 9/11/13 at 11:07am
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What fans are you using on the rad?

All 4 four are Cougar somthin-er'-other's... Quiet when slow to medium, but loud when too high... rolleyes.gif
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Is there any chance of you testing this configuration with our Helix PWM fans? I'd like to see what your results would be and see if there's much of a difference.
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Should be interesting to see wha happens smile.gif I would expect that you'll exceed the limits of what the cooler can deal with given all that.
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Pushing the H220 rad to the limit for testing temps and new GPU for SLI to Tri-SLI.

I'll report back. Just for fun. >smile.gif

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After perusing this thread, should I be concerned about the H220 I just bought?

Also, what would be the best 4 fans to pair with it for push pull? And can I hook 4 fans to the included controller that comes with the H220?

Been running 2 since Day 1 release. I don't run the pumps at full, I have a correct air capture with the reservoir and I am very satisfied with both of the loops I built.

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Honestly the failure rate is too high for my liking, a friend of mine who also posted in this thread is having issues. Im not saying all or most are faulty but its there and it is an issue and hence the new impeller was designed.

The failure rate is VERY low, the impeller would be redesigned if they noticed a trend with that being a point of failure, it doesn't indicate at all that there is a high failure rate.

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Neither you nor I can prove or disprove the 3%, I personally see a high failure rate especially after knowing a friend who also had the very same issue and pump noise. But I understand what you are trying to say it wont change how I or the others will see it.

And speaking of pump noise, mine is acting up again.. an audible clicking sound.. this is how it sounded before it got pretty loud and I had to return the unit. This is such a waste of time and money.

Anecdotal evidence at its very worst. There is nothing to prove / disprove Swiftech has been incredibly forward with the results of this product, mostly because its been a huge hit for them and we have a large portion of users who are very happy with it.

Any failure is a waste of time and money, but considering the failures seem to have this odd tendency of happening multiple times to the same people, I am far more inclined to believe user error or configuration error, then the H220 being a faulty design. The product IS sensitive, if there had to be something to pick for swiftech to improve on this product, it would be to make it more robust electronically.

There IS a new impeller design, i am even waiting for one to arrive which is arranged by bram to be shipped out out to me.

How can it be a user fault when it is installed and running fine for weeks and all if a sudden it fails, if you have a creative explanation for that i am all ears so i can prevent it from happening.

For some who has never sent it back of course you wont feel the same way as those who sent it back twice, i would also be on the low fail rate side of the fence.

Not pointing out to you but instead of defending 3% fail rate why not poat something constructive to help people out.

Heck i am even blaming the pwm splitter as it was the only thing NOT replaced in my kit.
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Is there any chance of you testing this configuration with our Helix PWM fans? I'd like to see what your results would be and see if there's much of a difference.

Since you requested it, I can do that... however, I can't imagine that without at least a push/pull (since I don't have 4 of them) config, that the rad won't be overwhelmed. I don't mind doing that for good'ol Bry!! thumb.gif

Can't say I'm not a bit curious myself. Just to be clear though, the pump will be a Swiftech MCP655 PWM 12v, and not the AIO.
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Since you requested it, I can do that... however, I can't imagine that without at least a push/pull (since I don't have 4 of them) config, that the rad won't be overwhelmed. I don't mind doing that for good'ol Bry!! thumb.gif

Can't say I'm not a bit curious myself. Just to be clear though, the pump will be a Swiftech MCP655 PWM 12v, and not the AIO.

The MCP655 is fine. I just want to see how the rad performs when pushed to the limit and possibly beyond. Thanks for offering to test it with our Helix fans. I really appreciate it. thumb.gif
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There IS a new impeller design, i am even waiting for one to arrive which is arranged by bram to be shipped out out to me.

How can it be a user fault when it is installed and running fine for weeks and all if a sudden it fails, if you have a creative explanation for that i am all ears so i can prevent it from happening.

For some who has never sent it back of course you wont feel the same way as those who sent it back twice, i would also be on the low fail rate side of the fence.

Not pointing out to you but instead of defending 3% fail rate why not poat something constructive to help people out.

Heck i am even blaming the pwm splitter as it was the only thing NOT replaced in my kit.

I don't have an explanation for it, but I do have a healthy dose of skepticism when one person continues to break units when the vast majority of users have completely fine units. I am logically looking at the failure rates of this product, the numbers which comes directly from Swiftech, and using them to refute exaggerations. I don't feel like I need to defend my positive contributions to this thread, and I will continue to help other users out, just as I am continuing to help users who read this thread by pointing out the flaws in your reasoning.

I'm not on any side of the any fence, I am just trying to make sure information is accurately presented without emotional bias, or frustrations skewing the results.

Other users who do not know as much as I do about this product might see your rant, and believe the unit has a high failure rate, which it does not. Revisions on a product do not necessarily indicate the product isn't good, it could also imply the company found a better way to do something, or a cheaper way, or both. As far as I am aware, the only difference in the new impeller design is they removed a pocket which in some scenarios was trapping a bubble which some users found very hard to remove from their units.

If you really have received two units with genuine mechanical problems with the impeller, which has nothing to do with the way you have mounted, or plugged the H220 unit in, then I am sorry for your frustrations with this product. As someone who has over 15 years experience building personal computers, I have learned it is far more likely to be user error than faulty products.
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