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Both the molex and the fan header need to be plugged with the APD2. If you're getting a bit of noose at 2000 RPM, 99% of the time it's a pesky air bubble. In the 1st post on page 1 of this thread, there are instructions on how to remove air bubbles from an H220- these are also applicable in your case.

thank you, ill try to fix this.
also how do i control the pump speed? in bios it says 40% as minimun (i have z87 msi mpower board), and in win can i use speed fan or?
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Hello,

I just bought an H220 and the backplate will not screw into my motherboard. Everytime I push one side down the other side raises way up.

I have an AsRock Extreme4 LGA 1155 Z77. The plate that holds down the cpu with the arm lever interferes with the swiftech's backplate.

please help =[.
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Hello,

I just bought an H220 and the backplate will not screw into my motherboard. Everytime I push one side down the other side raises way up.

I have an AsRock Extreme4 LGA 1155 Z77. The plate that holds down the cpu with the arm lever interferes with the swiftech's backplate.

please help =[.

I think the issue is that you don't have the adjustable back plate lined up properly. You need to have the notched side lined up with the screws on your motherboard's integrated back plate. Let me know if this helps to resolve your issue.
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thank you, ill try to fix this.
also how do i control the pump speed? in bios it says 40% as minimun (i have z87 msi mpower board), and in win can i use speed fan or?

I dunno about your particular board, but if there is a manual option, you can try that and try adjusting the speed in speedfan. If it gives you the option of pwm or voltage, make sure to choose pwm, though it may not give you the option.
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I think the issue is that you don't have the adjustable back plate lined up properly. You need to have the notched side lined up with the screws on your motherboard's integrated back plate. Let me know if this helps to resolve your issue.





is this what you are talking about?
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Is it safe to top the coolant off with distilled? I have never opened my cooler or drained the fluid. I have to run it @ 100% speed for 10-15 mins every time I turn on my PC to get the bubbles out of the pump. I have owned other AIO coolers and made a few custom loops as well and have never had an issue like this before.

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Is it safe to top the coolant off with distilled? I have never opened my cooler or drained the fluid. I have to run it @ 100% speed for 10-15 mins every time I turn on my PC to get the bubbles out of the pump. I have owned other AIO coolers and made a few custom loops as well and have never had an issue like this before.

Yep, it is safe to top it off with distilled. Bramsli (Bryan) recommend it a number of times before along this thread.

Cheers
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Yep, it is safe to top it off with distilled. Bramsli (Bryan) recommend it a number of times before along this thread.

Cheers

 

Thanks! I searched for distilled and It was 8 pages long, I read though the first one completely and none of them had the info I was after. I was about to toss this thing in the trash because its so aggravating. I do not understand why it wasn't filled properly in the first place.

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Thanks! I searched for distilled and It was 8 pages long, I read though the first one completely and none of them had the info I was after. I was about to toss this thing in the trash because its so aggravating. I do not understand why it wasn't filled properly in the first place.

If is not installed already in the case or if you by chance take it out for filling make sure to properly bleeding it outside the case. I found out that some amount of shaking and twisting with the cap off helps getting rid of the last bubbles and making space for some more water/liquid.

Hope that helps and good luck

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im running pure distilled on my 2nd pump with a silver coil. no major issues to report.
 
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