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post #7211 of 20767
Sweet... Glacier 240L... an h220 for the US... and nicely priced... kudos to both companies for getting this done smile.gif

CM is growing quite the collection of asetek alternatives: seidon, eisberg, nepton, and now the glacier line.

How different is the glacier pump/block from the h220 pump/block? I see its rated to run at a higher rpm and i see the power inputs are separate from the 4pin pwn inputs (and a new cover too)... but is this a new rev of the pump deep down inside?

A fan controller that takes a PWM signal from the mobo as a master, and then generates different PWM signals for attached devices such that the user has control over the min/max speeds produced by the generated signals but they still vary in response to the master... would be nice. Does anybody know of such a fan controller?
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post #7212 of 20767
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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

Sweet... Glacier 240L... an h220 for the US... and nicely priced... kudos to both companies for getting this done smile.gif

CM is growing quite the collection of asetek alternatives: seidon, eisberg, nepton, and now the glacier line.

How different is the glacier pump/block from the h220 pump/block? I see its rated to run at a higher rpm and i see the power inputs are separate from the 4pin pwn inputs (and a new cover too)... but is this a new rev of the pump deep down inside?

A fan controller that takes a PWM signal from the mobo as a master, and then generates different PWM signals for attached devices such that the user has control over the min/max speeds produced by the generated signals but they still vary in response to the master... would be nice. Does anybody know of such a fan controller?

The internals of the pump are essentially the same as the H220, just with a higher RPM. A fan controller that can split the master control from the motherboard to vary the speed of different connected devices doesn't exist. I don't even think that would be possible to do because there will only be one output to the motherboard. The Aquaero is the only PWM controller that even comes close to doing what you want. It's a bit pricey though.
post #7213 of 20767
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I had a chat with Jon at CM yesterday to clarify a few differences. The 240L has the same pump as the H220/320 with the revision 2 impeller, but tuned to 3500 rpm max. Gabe originally designed this pump to run up to 4500 rpm, to compete (and outperform slightly) the MCP35X. So the extra headroom is not a problem. It will consume a bit more power (w) than the H220 at max, hence the new SATA power connector on the pump along with the PWM fan header. The Glacer 240L does not come with a PWM splitter, so you will have to hook up the fans elsewhere, like on your mobo or fan controller. Also, the included fans are more robust than the Helixes (albeit louder), with double the Static Pressure and over 50% more CFM, so running push or pull will be similar to push and pull with the Helixes. Another note is that the radiator has no script stamped, as opposed to the H220. I believe the pump still has the Swiftech logo underneath the CM cover though.
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post #7214 of 20767
^^^ Thnx for the details guys.

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....A fan controller that can split the master control from the motherboard to vary the speed of different connected devices doesn't exist. I don't even think that would be possible to do because there will only be one output to the motherboard. The Aquaero is the only PWM controller that even comes close to doing what you want. It's a bit pricey though.

I don't see anything fundamentally impossible about it (its cant be a straight splitter). One input from the mobo, multiple outputs, the output signals are computed as a function of the input signal and additional user settings.

I know about the aquero but haven't looked at the details of what it can do, i should do that.
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post #7215 of 20767
Has there been any updates on the "Patent" case? I am just now finding out about this since I was looking to finally get an H220. I wanted to get one when they came out but was going to wait and get one as a Christmas present to myself.
post #7216 of 20767
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Has there been any updates on the "Patent" case? I am just now finding out about this since I was looking to finally get an H220. I wanted to get one when they came out but was going to wait and get one as a Christmas present to myself.

Yes. Cooler Master is now selling their version of our H220 kit. It's called the Glacer 240L. Read the last couple of pages to find out more.
post #7217 of 20767
I saw that in the title change of the thread. I was wondering but wasn't sure. I will have to see if I can find some good reviews on that model.
post #7218 of 20767
It is the same as H220, different fans, 500rpm faster pump.
If you put the same fans on the H220 and Glacer 240L performance would be the same.
    
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post #7219 of 20767
Well, just got home from Newegg, here's my new Glacer 240L










I've never seen/used an H220 in person, but from pictures it sure looks 99% identical to me.

Now to keep waiting for a good deal on a 4770k frown.gif
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post #7220 of 20767
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Well, just got home from Newegg, here's my new Glacer 240L Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)








I've never seen/used an H220 in person, but from pictures it sure looks 99% identical to me.

Now to keep waiting for a good deal on a 4770k frown.gif

Awesome. Now you should buy an i7 920, overclock it to 4.2 and post your temps. lachen.gif

Looking forward to reviews on this but those fans are pretty loud IIRC.
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