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post #7541 of 20731
So I'm monitoring my Glacer pump with my oc panel.
The pump speed is constantly going from ~2700-3500rpm, any cause for concern?
Edited by grunion - 11/9/13 at 10:27am
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post #7542 of 20731
Quote:
Originally Posted by grunion View Post

So I'm monitoring my Glacer pump with my oc panel.
The pump speed is constantly going from ~2700-3500rpm, any cause for concern?

how hot is the cpu running? did you set a custom fan profile in the motherboard? i have the same motherboard and an H220 with the fan profile set to turbo in the bios and it stays between 1800-2500 RPM. higher if i'm stress testing
post #7543 of 20731
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Originally Posted by grunion View Post

So I'm monitoring my Glacer pump with my oc panel.
The pump speed is constantly going from ~2700-3500rpm, any cause for concern?

I believe that's the normal mid to high range for that pump.
post #7544 of 20731
I fail to see the point in running the pump anything above minimum since its effect on temps was 1 degree on my case. 1150 vs 3000rpm netter me exactly 1 degree of temp drop on a 4770K @ 1.340v under linx.
Ofcourse I didnt have anything else then the default H220 in the loop, perhaps you need to raise the rpm on the pump if u have extra rads or blocks, but as a unit just for your CPU minimum is best IMHO.
post #7545 of 20731
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

Sorry, I think I read your question wrong. Connecting the splitter to a fan controller will not give you any speed control over the devices connected to the splitter. This is because as I stated above, most fan controllers use voltage regulation and this won't work with this PWM splitter. All of the device connected to the splitter in this way will just run at full speed.
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Originally Posted by Pedros View Post

Ohh... sorry. Just found the white paper about that smile.gif
Hi guys, I have a couple of the Zalman MFC1 Combo Fan Controllers, and the PWM output on that works really well with my Swiftech H220 and MCP35x. It also have a pass-through cable that reports back RPM to the motherboard header. I don't know if it is still available, last one I got was old stock at a local retailer.

I also have a Zalman PWM Fan mate, and it works somewhat, it doesn't have the full spectrum so to speak, I can't adjust fans or pumps all the way down with it. Maybe only half "range" at the top end I think.
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Hi guys, I have a couple of the Zalman MFC1 Combo Fan Controllers, and the PWM output on that works really well with my Swiftech H220 and MCP35x. It also have a pass-through cable that reports back RPM to the motherboard header. I don't know if it is still available, last one I got was old stock at a local retailer.

I also have a Zalman PWM Fan mate, and it works somewhat, it doesn't have the full spectrum so to speak, I can't adjust fans or pumps all the way down with it. Maybe only half "range" at the top end I think.

I've never used either of those products, but so long as they offer true PWM support you should be able to use them with this pump.
post #7547 of 20731
How do people find the pump noise on the H220/320?

I own the original 320 Drive, and the pump on it is rather noisy. Partially due to being attached to the rad i guess, I'm surprised there aren't quieter pumps around as even with AIO sealed units i've read plenty of users mention the noisy pump on them.

I like the idea of having a simple loop setup with just 2 parts and no separate res, but the noise can be annoying. Makes me want to think about getting a large quiet air cooler like the NHD14 next time i upgrade.
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Originally Posted by Perfect_Chaos View Post

How do people find the pump noise on the H220/320?

I own the original 320 Drive, and the pump on it is rather noisy. Partially due to being attached to the rad i guess, I'm surprised there aren't quieter pumps around as even with AIO sealed units i've read plenty of users mention the noisy pump on them.

I like the idea of having a simple loop setup with just 2 parts and no separate res, but the noise can be annoying. Makes me want to think about getting a large quiet air cooler like the NHD14 next time i upgrade.

If using it as an AIO, turn the pump way down. 1500 rpm is sufficient for 99% cooling performance in loops with only one block.
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post #7549 of 20731
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Originally Posted by Gabrielzm View Post

You can put the end of the LRT in hot water for a couple of seconds. That would give you more flexibility in handling it and then would be a breeze to fit in any fittings (including lok-seal from Swiftech).

The sad part is that I knew this and was just to excited about it to remember... At least you learn from your experiences lol
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Next time use these - http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00CF3CCVU/

You can cut off just enough to put on the tool(s) you're using to protect the paint on the Lok-Seal. I've never used that trick for building a computer before, but it's come in handy for other things. I'll have to remember to do this when I finish my case mod and order my water cooling parts.

Awesome thanks for the tip! I was wondering about a way to use rubber for this
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Originally Posted by Phelan View Post

If using it as an AIO, turn the pump way down. 1500 rpm is sufficient for 99% cooling performance in loops with only one block.

If I expand the loop then would you suggest taking it off the CPU header and use it at full rpms?
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The sad part is that I knew this and was just to excited about it to remember... At least you learn from your experiences lol
Awesome thanks for the tip! I was wondering about a way to use rubber for this
If I expand the loop then would you suggest taking it off the CPU header and use it at full rpms?

Even in an expanded loop you shouldn't have to run the pump at full speed. I would only suggest running it at full speed if you are adding more than just a single video card and an extra radiator.
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