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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

Really? How long have you been running it for because I tested all of these myself before shipping them out. Aside from these new units producing a slight buzzing at the higher RPM range, which appears to be a result of this new impeller design, they all ran with almost no noise or vibration.

I'm sorry. I forgot that you were in Europe. I didn't test any of the kits that were sent as replacements in Europe. I'm very sorry to hear about this and let me know if you have any issues with getting the kit replaced with one that isn't as noisy.

You have been very helpful but i think im done with this h220 ordeal, ill just call it my loss, it seems to impossible to get a silent unit, ill just look for something else.
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You have been very helpful but i think im done with this h220 ordeal, ill just call it my loss, it seems to impossible to get a silent unit, ill just look for something else.

I'm very sorry to hear that. Please let me know if there is anything else I can do to assist you.
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Originally Posted by Kelwing View Post

Newegg shows them in stock currently.

I am running the 240L in a CM 690 III case. Keeping my 8350 nice and cool thumb.gif


You must have a different newegg than me frown.gif
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Ok I am going to ask this here because I have searched and searched and cannot find the answer.

I want to use SpeedFan but every time I start Windows or wake-up windows from sleep mode the settings go back to 100.

Any instructions on how to get the fan settings to come on with start-up and keep them after sleep?

I have a fan controller for all the other fans on my system but use Speedfan for the H220 pump.
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

Looks great, but just as an FYI, it's not a good idea to mix fans like that. You will either sacrifice performance, damage the fans, or possibly both. Just thought you should be aware.

FYI, that is not correct. One common forum myth, like going outside..you'll catch a cold..smile.gif

Show me one test that has statistically significant results to show mixing of similar fans or pumps is somehow detrimental to performance or lifespan. Sorry, but this is total forum myth and makes no scientific sense to me. I understand you may slightly increae RPM (and amperage) over a single fan scenario but the make or type has no real influence. They happily operate at differing rpms as there is no mechanical tie between motors.

I think the myth you reiterate stems from scenarios such as running the same tire sizes on a 4x4 pickup in which there is a mechanical tie between front and rear drive along with the near mechanical tie with the tire and pavement surface. The 4x4 tire size analogy is very different because you have two solid mechanical ties between each axel that conflicts with the pavement tie which is also very solid. Two independent fan motors have no mechanical tie between motors nor is there any mechanical tie in the air. All you have is a change in pressure/resistance and that doesn't matter what brand fan.

Saying you must match fans or pumps is no different than saying father and son can not both paddle a canoe at the same time. We have to stop thinking fans and pumps work like a tire on pavement. They do nothing more than produce a pressure vs flow rate curve and happily do so from 0 CFM at max pressure on down to max CFM at zero pressure.

Adding another fan in a similar RPM range does absolutely nothing more than reduce pressure and slide it's performance further down the PQ curve. This does increase current but running a fan in open air without any resistance is still likely going to result in a higher current draw. Take a multimeter and measure current yourself if you don't believe me.

Carry on but FYI, this is a myth and incorrect. Mixing fans and pumps of like rpm is perfectly fine.

In addition to understanding the science/theory, I have personally tested mixed fans AND pumps and have yet to find anything negative particularly if they are similar +-500 rpm. Sitting the fan on your desk without any restriction is more harmful than mixing two different fans. have to think about PQ curves and how it changes in each scenario. Or measure fan current draw in each condition, you'll see.

My 2c, hope it helps clarify this a bit.
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Martin, you're probably right. I may very well not be correct about mixing of fans. I guess that I've probably heard it quoted so many times that I just assumed that it was true. I do know that mixing of pumps in a loop isn't an issue. I guess I should have realized that if it isn't an issue for pumps then why would it be an issue for fans? Thank you for clarifying that and I will certainly defer to your knowledge on the subject.
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Ok I am going to ask this here because I have searched and searched and cannot find the answer.

I want to use SpeedFan but every time I start Windows or wake-up windows from sleep mode the settings go back to 100.

Any instructions on how to get the fan settings to come on with start-up and keep them after sleep?

I have a fan controller for all the other fans on my system but use Speedfan for the H220 pump.

That could simply be an issue with your particular motherboard. You'll need to research your BIOS settings to find out what setting it needs to be at in order for it to keep your settings. It also may simply be the way your motherboard works. What board do you have and what settings are you using?
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You must have a different newegg than me frown.gif

My mistake. Was looking at the Eisberg 240L instead of Glacer 240L
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I have an ASrock Z77 extreme6. I may just run it off BIOS settings but right now I have them set to FULL ON in the BIOS so I can control them via SpeedFan. I will just have to keep researching. For some reasons I can't get the ASrock Fan Tuner program working either.
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Well gonna get it together tomorrow biggrin.gif

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