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post #7361 of 20809
so i got my replacement pump the other day and tried it today at first it didnt power up no matter what i did and after opening it up and manually spinning the impeller it started to work properly. finished bleeding the loop in just 15mins but i noticed the motor noise in this new pump is louder than the last 2, not that much of a big deal but its a bit surprising how much each motor varries. currently still running it with the fill port open ang changing speeds from time to time via speed fan.
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post #7362 of 20809
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Actually I'm interested in a bay res as well. Which one do you suggest that can fit in 2x 5,25" bays in a Fractal Design R4?
As my kit is currently being RMA-ed, I was looking for ways to expand. i.e have the GPU cooled as well and add a res and a 280mm rad.

I bought the H220 kit a couple of months after I added a custom AIO Antec 620kit +bracket to the GPU to quiet down my Evga 670 FTW (reference cooler +noise smile.gif). So basically running 2 pumps and 2 rads. Ideally I'd like to replace the Antec kit and get a WC block for the 670gtx (680 reference pcb design)
my setup:
case Fractal design R4
cpu Intel 4770k running @ 4.6Ghz 1.26v
gpu Evga 670gtx FTW running OC @ 1306core 1750mem /w Antec 620 push/pull Noctua P12 120mm fans (7v or when gaming 12v-> too noisy)
My gaming rig is in my living room, so rather not bother the mrs too much with noise of the fans while she's watching her favorite show biggrin.gif

My thoughts on the setup:
- Top: H220 radiator + stock fans
- Front: 280mm (by modding the front slightly (as described in: http://themodzoo.com/forum/index.php?/topic/775-diy-case-mod-guide-280-radiator-in-fractal-design-r4/ )
- bay res in top 2x 5,25inch bay
- I also have my drive cage mounted away from the front it holds some oldskool HDDs' in raid0. Plus mounted a SSD behind the motherboard. So the 280mm radiator plus stock fractal design case fans can be used.

I have seen some bay reservoirs, but they vary in price or have like a section for a pump, which i don't need.

I'd like your thoughts on:
what would be a decent reservoir for my setup?

There's really many to mention but what would be more common would probably those from Swiftech, they do have bay reservoirs that do not have placements for pumps. Best to check here

any suggestions for a 280mm rad in combination with the H220?

Alphacool would be a good choice

decent full WC block for the Evga 670/680?

Checkout EK Cooling Configurator

I think it wouldn't hurt to have enough rad space for any future builds/additional gfx card or is having 240mm and 280mm overkill?

If you have the space and the budget, it really never hurts to go over a bit.

Your input is much appreciated thumb.gif
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post #7363 of 20809
Hi again

Can some one confirm that the h320 pump and water block will have enough power for a 480mm radiator
post #7364 of 20809
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Hi again

Can some one confirm that the h320 pump and water block will have enough power for a 480mm radiator

Yes, this pump does have enough power to add a 4 x 120mm fan radiator.
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post #7365 of 20809
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Only issue with HAF X case is the mounting. There is only 4 screw spots, which is not very secure and has vibrations with it.
NCIX is Nov 15th and that is not guaranteed.
As seen here on how a 360 rad is mounted.

What you need to do to make the radiator fit secure is put your fans on the top of it. This will basically sandwich the top of the case between the fans and the radiator. Even though there are only four mounting holes that will actually be holding up the radiator, having the fans mounted on top will give it more security and strength.
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post #7366 of 20809
Hi guys
Any idea where I can buy the helix 120mm pwm fans in the UK

Thanks
post #7367 of 20809
I just got my H220 and wanted to test how much noise it generates. I was somewhat surprised by the pump noise.

I connected the pump to the PWM splitter, the PWM splitter to my my PSU via sata, and fake started the PSU.
So I'm guessing it's running at 100% speed, and it's a bit loud. I'm new to watercooling. Is the pump not supposed to run at 100%, like my GPU, which runs at 30% mostly?
This is the noise recorded with my mic right by the pump (disregard the white noise):
http://vocaroo.com/i/s055b76mcXZ3
There was also lower a high pitched sound the mic didn't pick up

Should I be worried? Will it go away after I've used it a while, or are they supposed to sound like this?
post #7368 of 20809
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Originally Posted by mongomunken View Post

I just got my H220 and wanted to test how much noise it generates. I was somewhat surprised by the pump noise.

I connected the pump to the PWM splitter, the PWM splitter to my my PSU via sata, and fake started the PSU.
So I'm guessing it's running at 100% speed, and it's a bit loud. I'm new to watercooling. Is the pump not supposed to run at 100%, like my GPU, which runs at 30% mostly?
This is the noise recorded with my mic right by the pump (disregard the white noise):
http://vocaroo.com/i/s055b76mcXZ3
There was also lower a high pitched sound the mic didn't pick up

Should I be worried? Will it go away after I've used it a while, or are they supposed to sound like this?
You can adjust the pump speed via PWM header of your Mobo with software like SpeedFan.
    
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post #7369 of 20809
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

You can adjust the pump speed via PWM header of your Mobo with software like SpeedFan.

I was guessing that was the case. Is the pump not supposed to run at 100% though?

I'm just worried there is something wrong with it.
post #7370 of 20809
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Originally Posted by mongomunken View Post

I just got my H220 and wanted to test how much noise it generates. I was somewhat surprised by the pump noise.

I connected the pump to the PWM splitter, the PWM splitter to my my PSU via sata, and fake started the PSU.
So I'm guessing it's running at 100% speed, and it's a bit loud. I'm new to watercooling. Is the pump not supposed to run at 100%, like my GPU, which runs at 30% mostly?
This is the noise recorded with my mic right by the pump (disregard the white noise):
http://vocaroo.com/i/s055b76mcXZ3
There was also lower a high pitched sound the mic didn't pick up

Should I be worried? Will it go away after I've used it a while, or are they supposed to sound like this?

Was the pump sitting on the floor or some other surface while testing? Have you tried lifting it up? Did the noise change? If so is a matter of coupling/decoupling. If not might be you need to bleed it a little bit (see instruction in the OP of this thread).

Good luck

EDIT - even the pump running a 100% should be really quiet and yes you can control it via PWM and adjust its rpm.
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