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post #71 of 20215
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Have you tried to hook it up like Swiftech suggested? Pump on channel 1 of splitter, fans on the other available slots. All into the cpu header.

Yeah, the fans get super loud ike this though and constantly speed at just shy of 1800 RPM, even idle with temps in the low 30s.
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post #72 of 20215
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Yeah, the fans get super loud ike this though and constantly speed at just shy of 1800 RPM, even idle with temps in the low 30s.

From Swiftech website:

"All the devices connected to my splitter work at 100% but I cannot vary their speed"
Check that the splitter mini-4 pin PWM signal cable is correctly connected to the CPU_Fan connector of the motherboard
Enable "Manual Fan Control" in the motherboard BIOS


By the way I am sure you have tried this too.redface.gif
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If there's a manual option in BIOS, try that. Also, I would download Speedfan and try it. I've used it for my GPU before and like it a lot.
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post #74 of 20215
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I ordered some noctua's NF-P12-1300 120mm for $65, going to put this on the h220, might leave this on my powercolor 7870, and my kraken ait is on my fx 8320 at 4.4ghz. I dont know, i havent decided!! I get mines next monday!!

How many did you get? The NF-F12s are down to $19.50 with prime shipping on Amazon.



What's this forum policy about linking to other sites for reviews? I started my review on eocf, can I link it, or do I need to make a thread here too?
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How many did you get? The NF-F12s are down to $19.50 with prime shipping on Amazon.



What's this forum policy about linking to other sites for reviews? I started my review on eocf, can I link it, or do I need to make a thread here too?

It's a no-no...
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post #76 of 20215
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I can't seem to set percentages for PWM in my BIOS. I do have the pump on CPU_FAN and the splitter connected to SYSFAN_3.

The PWM splitter needs to be plugged into CPU_FAN and plug your pump into Channel 1 on the PWM splitter provided. The Fans should be connected to Channel 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 any of those. You will not be able to see the speed of your fans, but this should enable control of everything connected to the splitter that is 4pin PWM capable.

With your pump plugged directly into your motherboard, only your pump can be controlled AND your pump is drawing power from the motherboard. You need to control the entire splitter including the pump, so the splitter needs to be plugged into CPU_FAN and everthing you want to control plugged into the splitter channels. The other benefit is everything draws power from the PSU molex, so no stressing your motherboard fan headers. The only thing it takes from the Motherboard is the PWM signal and sends one RPM signal back. All power then comes from the PSU which is good.

The way you have it now, the fans are being controller by the "SysFan3" in your bios which probably doesn't allow thermal throttling. Some motherboards may have the ability to control their SYS channels, but pretty much all have the ability to at least control the PWM signal output on CPU_FAN so you should use that as your first place to try.

You will have to play around with the BIOS setting a bit, but use the splitter to run everything first and plug the splitter into the CPU_FAN channel. i would probably try AUTO and set a temperature slightly higher than your idle temp an experiment a little.


One more thing on the PWM splitter. Channel 1 is the only channel that will read RPM back to the motherboard. If you want to see the pump speed, plug the pump into channel 1, If you want to see the fan speeds, plug one of the fans into channel 1. It really doesn't matter what channel something is plugged into except channel 1 is the only one to provide RPM feedback to the motherboard since you can't "SPLIT" RPM signal. You could potentially make a little jumper yellow RPM lead from the fans or pump to another motherboard header to read those RPM signals as well and still retain PWM control, but that would take a mod to do and not possible without building the jumper yourself. In reality, you really don't need to see both pump and RPM signal, so I would suggest just using the kit as is and plug the pump into channel 1 to see pump speed. 3000RPM is full speed and 1200RPM is lowest speed.
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post #77 of 20215
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If there's a manual option in BIOS, try that. Also, I would download Speedfan and try it. I've used it for my GPU before and like it a lot.

I have CPU Fan set to PWM and Manual selected. The fans are still loud and hum... maybe I just got some bad fans.
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It's a no-no...
So can I make a thread here too, or do they want exclusive rights or something?
Thought I read someone else say that before.
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post #79 of 20215
I have mine...




a few notes for installation in my rig and on the P8Z68:

1. Mount the pump like shown in picture, or you'll have to grind down the VRM sinks for a proper mount as the left barb/tube will rest on the sink, and depending on how wide your ram heat spreaders are, the right barb/tube may put pressure on them.

2. the rear back plate is easy to come out of position when mounting. I put a folded cloth behind the mobo when I laid the computer down to keep pressure on the backplate. I would probably think painter's tape would work just as well. I still had problems even with the adhesive keeping the backplate on.

3. the tubes have to come out towards the rear on the P8Z68 and 600T, the block of USB ports on the rear will get in the way unless you mod or do a non-standard mount of the rad.

4. Extremely little clearance in the 600t and mobo with the 8 pin CPU socket/plug.

other than that, it's an absolutely fantastic cooler. Definitely at least 3C better than the h100i i had before.

1hr of prime95:

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I guess you're planning on mounting the fans on top of the case?
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