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So what's the consensus on applying TIM for this unit. Is everyone using Swiftechs line method?
 
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I used the line method with a dot of tim on either side of the line...
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post #713 of 20904
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Originally Posted by Tom Thumb View Post

So what's the consensus on applying TIM for this unit. Is everyone using Swiftechs line method?

Line here as well
post #714 of 20904
I use five small dots -- like the five on a die.
post #715 of 20904
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

If the rad is mounted below the pump you're going to need to tilt your case so that the bubble will travel up to the rad. When you have it set up like this you will probably need to do this occasionally due to the natural tendency for air to rise and therefore get trapped in the pump.

I have some newb questions about this reply. This is my first WC installation. I do not have any 'gurgling' noises. ( I did for a brief minute when I first installed it about two weeks ago.)

I have a Switch 810. My H220 is mounted to the bottom front of the case. Reservoir is facing up. Air is in push with fans mounted on the bottom (...going to try push/pull in about a week).

I have left the system running full on (Asrock x58 extreme does not have many options in BIOS).

How often would you suggest I (easily) unbolt the reservoir and place it above my cpu to top off or remove trapped air? What should I be paying attention to and listening for?
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Originally Posted by eoniverse View Post

I have some newb questions about this reply. This is my first WC installation. I do not have any 'gurgling' noises. ( I did for a brief minute when I first installed it about two weeks ago.)

I have a Switch 810. My H220 is mounted to the bottom front of the case. Reservoir is facing up. Air is in push with fans mounted on the bottom (...going to try push/pull in about a week).

I have left the system running full on (Asrock x58 extreme does not have many options in BIOS).

How often would you suggest I (easily) unbolt the reservoir and place it above my cpu to top off or remove trapped air? What should I be paying attention to and listening for?

If this kit isn't making any gurgling noises then there is no need for you to do anything. Those noises will tell you when there is a bubble trapped in the pump and this is when you'll need to (easily) unbolt the reservoir and place it above your CPU. You should only have to top it off in about two to three years under normal conditions.
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Got the unit shipped in from the states yesterday. Installed and running smoothly so far biggrin.gif
No more of that faint H100i hum wink.gif

Pump @ 1200RPM and fans @ 600RPM it's more quiet than our cat purring.





Bland case I'll admit but it's quiet and gets the job done.

The 5.25in bays were useless so I shoved an acrylic panel for a 120mm fan there with some screws for a magnetic filter to stick to.
I'll post the printable template if anyone wants it.
Nice, later on Antec is releasing a window for the P280, should add a nice look yo your case.
    
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First time posting here. I've been lurking for a while, in fact Overclock.net introduced me to the H220, which I have just recently installed. I have a bit of a problem with mine however. The pump runs at roughly 3500rpm 100% of the time. I'm using the Asrock Extreme6 MB which actually has two 4 pin fan ports. I've tested both ports with the Swiftech splitter and both properly manage the fan speeds. However, my pump always runs at 3500 rpm no matter what.

I have everything installed and even took a picture to post here (haven't transferred it to my computer yet). The idea of taking it apart again is somewhat depressing. Is that what I'm going to have to do?
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Originally Posted by gjbquist View Post

First time posting here. I've been lurking for a while, in fact Overclock.net introduced me to the H220, which I have just recently installed. I have a bit of a problem with mine however. The pump runs at roughly 3500rpm 100% of the time. I'm using the Asrock Extreme6 MB which actually has two 4 pin fan ports. I've tested both ports with the Swiftech splitter and both properly manage the fan speeds. However, my pump always runs at 3500 rpm no matter what.

I have everything installed and even took a picture to post here (haven't transferred it to my computer yet). The idea of taking it apart again is somewhat depressing. Is that what I'm going to have to do?

Have you checked in the BIOS to see if PWM setting are set to 100% all the time?
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Yep. As I mentioned I tested using the PWM splitter that comes with the H220. I have 4 fans attached to it. I'm able to adjust the speed of the fans in the bios and with fan utilities. Both 4 pin ports on the motherboard work just fine. Except when I plug the H220 pump into them. In either port, the pump runs at 100%, regardless of bios or software settings. (I'm using 4 Helix Swiftech PWM fans.)
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