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post #6781 of 20784
I noticed a few posts back about an new impeller design on revision.

Any pictures of this? When was this revision implemented?
post #6782 of 20784
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Originally Posted by Pure2sin View Post

I noticed a few posts back about an new impeller design on revision.

Any pictures of this? When was this revision implemented?

Check a few pages back, I posted some pictures so as another user did.
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post #6783 of 20784
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

This is not an issue that I've seen before. Can you please post a picture so that I can show it to our engineer for analysis? This block should make good contact once the issue with the heat sink has been resolved.[/quote

hi Brian, I just returned from a conference in Arlington, Va yesterday afternoon. So I used my high quality Panasonic Lumix zoom digital camera this morning to take several images both of the 4th dimm slot and the are where the vrm is engaged with the elbow joint s of the water block. I used my flash. Hope the pictures are sharp enough for you to see what I see with my naked eye. P1000975.JPG 1382k .JPG file P1000976.JPG 1397k .JPG file P1000977.JPG 1428k .JPG file P1000978.JPG 1254k .JPG file P1000980.JPG 982k .JPG file

Feel free to send me your comments. Thank you. I did not attempt to adjust these pictures with the brightness-contrast controls built into the overclock.net web software. Please use that control as you need to afjust the picture to your comfort level.
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

This is not an issue that I've seen before. Can you please post a picture so that I can show it to our engineer for analysis? This block should make good contact once the issue with the heat sink has been resolved.[/quote

hi Brian, I just returned from a conference in Arlington, Va yesterday afternoon. So I used my high quality Panasonic Lumix zoom digital camera this morning to take several images both of the 4th dimm slot and the are where the vrm is engaged with the elbow joint s of the water block. I used my flash. Hope the pictures are sharp enough for you to see what I see with my naked eye. P1000975.JPG 1382k .JPG file P1000976.JPG 1397k .JPG file P1000977.JPG 1428k .JPG file P1000978.JPG 1254k .JPG file P1000980.JPG 982k .JPG file

Feel free to send me your comments. Thank you. I did not attempt to adjust these pictures with the brightness-contrast controls built into the overclock.net web software. Please use that control as you need to afjust the picture to your comfort level.

I've tried looking at them and adjusting them, but they're either too blurry or out of focus. Is there a way you can take pictures that are parallel with the motherboard? That will help me get a clear idea of the issue that you're having and how to resolve it.
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I've tried looking at them and adjusting them, but they're either too blurry or out of focus. Is there a way you can take pictures that are parallel with the motherboard? That will help me get a clear idea of the issue that you're having and how to resolve it.

I just edited 76 jpeg with photoshop elements for improved brightness. It is as sharp a photo as I have ever seen. I do not see why you could not have done the same. I renamed it swiftech. it will be on the forum in a minute. swiftechP1000976.jpg 710k .jpg file
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I just edited 76 jpeg with photoshop elements for improved brightness. It is as sharp a photo as I have ever seen. I do not see why you could not have done the same. I renamed it swiftech. it will be on the forum in a minute. swiftechP1000976.jpg 710k .jpg file

OK, I see what the issue is here. You will need to turn the pump and block unit around so that the elbow fittings come out closer to to the top. This will give you more room because the heat sink sits a little further away higher up on the motherboard. Let me know if this helps resolve your issue.
post #6787 of 20784
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

OK, I see what the issue is here. You will need to turn the pump and block unit around so that the elbow fittings come out closer to to the top. This will give you more room because the heat sink sits a little further away higher up on the motherboard. Let me know if this helps resolve your issue.

turn it around?? 180 degrees??? I don't see how rotating it will make any difference. You can't rotate the block 90 degrees because to do so you would have to install the bracket on the other 2 sides of the block and that is a physical impossibility as the the bracket will not engage properly with the water block due to those elbow joints. it can only turn 180 degrees. You will have to clarify what you are asking me to do.
Edited by os2wiz - 9/23/13 at 10:07am
post #6788 of 20784
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turn it around?? 180 degrees??? I don't see how rotating it will make any difference. You can't rotate the block 90 degrees because to do so you would have to install the bracket on the other 2 sides of the block and that is a physical impossibility as the the bracket will not engage properly with the water block due to those elbow joints. it can only turn 180 degrees. You will have to clarify what you are asking me to do.

Right, turn it 180 degrees. This will put the elbows higher on the block and this should give you the clearance that you need to fit it properly to make a good contact on your processor.
post #6789 of 20784
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

turn it around?? 180 degrees??? I don't see how rotating it will make any difference. You can't rotate the block 90 degrees because to do so you would have to install the bracket on the other 2 sides of the block and that is a physical impossibility as the the bracket will not engage properly with the water block due to those elbow joints. it can only turn 180 degrees. You will have to clarify what you are asking me to do.

the elbows that come out the sides are off-center, so flipping the pump 180 will change the elbow position slightly.

Bram's response is valid.
 
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post #6790 of 20784
Does the new impeller design resolve the ticking noise on the H220?
The H320 works perfectly with virtually no sound.
I had to pull the 220 out of my other pc and put an H100 in just to keep the wife from from going ballistic due to the noise.
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