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post #6921 of 20731
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Coolproject,

Forget all those puny fans, ive put 3 sanyo denki (9G1212H101 120*38mm) fans on my H320 undervolted. Silent and unreal performance compared with any 120mm fans ive tried. This cooler was 8c-10c better than my previous Kraken x60. Forgot how good these fans are especially when undervolted and silent, love that static pressure with larger rads.

However on my second H320 & H220, both pump issues so think swiftech have q&a issues with these AIO's, but they are far superior to all the others i've used(corsair h100i, h110 & kraken x60)

For how long have you had the second set?
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post #6922 of 20731
Second H220 is sitting in box still(RMA set), same problem as first original batch, pump kept stopping when CPU stressed. Fixed in new batch.

Changed out my H320 in main pc on Friday. Pump was making a racket, swiftech asked me to try "the remove air bubble " trick. Spent ages shaking rad and moving case side to side and back to front. I even took the thing out of the case and gave the pump(powered) and rad a proper shake. Nothing worked so I bgt another. I decided against another brand because the H320 murdered the opposition performance wise(I live in a 30c+ region). Also support by swiftech is excellent despite the constant disassembly of my pcs which is a pain.

Hopefully this is the end of issues.... not holding breath but i feel its worth the effort for the marked increase in performance

PS used Sanyo denkis on both H220 and H320
Edited by Allygash - 10/6/13 at 2:05am
post #6923 of 20731
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Originally Posted by Allygash View Post

Second H220 is sitting in box still(RMA set), same problem as first original batch, pump kept stopping when CPU stressed. Fixed in new batch.

Changed out my H320 in main pc on Friday. Pump was making a racket, swiftech asked me to try "the remove air bubble " trick. Spent ages shaking rad and moving case side to side and back to front. I even took the thing out of the case and gave the pump(powered) and rad a proper shake. Nothing worked so I bgt another. I decided against another brand because the H320 murdered the opposition performance wise(I live in a 30c+ region). Also support by swiftech is excellent despite the constant disassembly of my pcs which is a pain.

Hopefully this is the end of issues.... not holding breath but i feel its worth the effort for the marked increase in performance

PS used Sanyo denkis on both H220 and H320

The pump I have now also randomly stops at time triggering the CPU alarm before it went really noisy even with the new impeller on it.
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post #6924 of 20731
Lol, my pump has never stopped on me yet. Does still make noise on certain RPM's. Mostly between 30-50% PWM power.

As for fans, as far as PWM fans go I really looove my noiseblockers. (BlackSilentFan XL-P 2K RPM).

Noisy at full speed but amazing airflow. Really high CFM and decent statics for a low FPI rad.

They do much better then the 1700RPM Apollish Vegas' i had on it before. They seriously lack static pressure due to the LEDs and the distance the blades have to the casing.
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post #6925 of 20731
Hi will the Noiseblocker nb-eloop B12-PS1500rpm be okay for my h320 or am I better with the 2000rpm ones be better
post #6926 of 20731
Depends on your preference. I doubt it will make a big difference in temps but I like to think I got max performance under load smile.gif

Both will idle @ minmal RPM so only under loud will they be loud.

The 2000RPM's are properly loud when used in push pull though. 6 of those beasts at 2K RPM makes quite a racket but I don't mind as it'll only happen in benching / games and that's when I want max cooling.
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post #6927 of 20731
Try to remember for rads its about static pressure not RPM.......

Maybe have a read through this http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=223391
Edited by Allygash - 10/6/13 at 4:21am
post #6928 of 20731
The 2K RPM noiseblockers have 2.36mm h2o. That's plenty for a low FPI rad like the H320's.
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post #6929 of 20731
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Originally Posted by Imprezzion View Post

The 2K RPM noiseblockers have 2.36mm h2o. That's plenty for a low FPI rad like the H320's.

I think the 1500rpm ones have an sp of 1.475 mm H2O and is that OK for static pressure
post #6930 of 20731
hi all
ive got a few questions im needing answered if you guys dont mind
1.do i need to run a leak test on the H320 before installing in pc
2.im using the corsair cooling node with my current h100i, can I connect the 3 stock fans to this and control via corsair software.
3.Im using the asus maximus extreme vi, Can i reduce pump speed via bios and which onboard connector is best for the cpu/pump
4.where is best to locate the radiator in my corsair 900d
thanks smile.gif
Edited by delpy8 - 10/6/13 at 11:45am
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