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post #751 of 20767
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Definitely sounds like poor contact of the blue PWM wire. Same mine was doing until I popped it out, and fixed it.

You may be right. I did eventually pull out and check the wire, but it looked fine and was installed correctly. There may be a short somewhere else. Will be interesting to see how things are working tomorrow. The 3400rpm+ it was running at was strange, and the rpm bouncing between 0 and 1700 or so is disturbing.
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So this might be a newbie question, but will there be any issues using an XSPC (EX280) in an expanded loop with the H220? It seems like I read somewhere that as long as the insides are made of the same thing there won't be any issues.

Also will adding to this loop put more stress on the little pump and cause it to go out faster?

Thanks in advance biggrin.gif
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Nice, later on Antec is releasing a window for the P280, should add a nice look yo your case.

Was hard pressed not to grab that case, pinch the panel and sell it as a brand new standard one. Anyone interested? tongue.gif
Might just get around to DIYing a panel with some acrylic that's lying around somewhere.

Adding the 680 to the loop with another rad is tempting, shame this case isn't rad-friendly; only got room for another 120x120 at the back.
what's a good place in Aus to get some rads and fittings?
Maybe a different case will help.
The Fractal Arc Midi R2 is a very choice. Supports 240 on top and 240/280 up front. With no modifications. 280 can fit on top, but that depends on mobo clearance.
    
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I am looking to add a gpu block and another 240mm radiator to my loop. Is 1 bottle of HydrX PM2 enough? Or will I need 2? And will I need to use a kill coil or PTnuke with the HydrX PM2? Thanks in advance.
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Hang on a sec, if the H220 comes with HydrX PM2 already in it, why are people recommending distilled water and a coloured additive and not just replacing the HydrX PM2? rolleyes.gif

Does anyone have any sources of HydrX PM2 that ins't green in the uk? I can only find green from Speicaltech. mad.gif (I want blue).
post #756 of 20767
Seems that switching from H100 with two 1850 GTs to H220 with Helix fans gained me +100 MHz overclock and -5c on the hottest core.

It's just that my 3960X really is a dog. 4.5 GHz at 1.39 V frown.gif Hottest core 85 degrees Celcius in a 10-hour Prime95 run. 4.6 is impossible as I would hit the throttling temp even with H220.
post #757 of 20767
Not sure what is going on, but my pump went from silent to really noisy overnight. It is almost like its running at full blast, but no settings have been changed. Any suggestions.
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Not sure what is going on, but my pump went from silent to really noisy overnight. It is almost like its running at full blast, but no settings have been changed. Any suggestions.
What is the reported pump speed yesterday vs today?
You using bios 1604? When was the last time you flashed it?
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What is the reported pump speed yesterday vs today?
You using bios 1604? When was the last time you flashed it?

You know what. I might have to check. I ran into a ton of problems with the newest nvidia drivers, and basically had to start over. I actually had to reinstall windows and reset the motherboard. It was the only way I could get anything to boot. I will have to see about updated the bios when I get home. I was so aggrevated and tired I didn't even think of that. Thanks for the advice.
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Out of curiosity if one were to set and forget about the unit what sort of life expectancy should they expect until algae forms or it needs maintenance?

The only thing putting me off adding more to the loop is the maintenance I assume I should do every year or so after I break the seal in a non-sterile environment.
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