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post #821 of 20728
After 3+ hours of hell breaking my back, shaking my PC like a mad man, its still got air in it. Took over 2 hours to get the pump to start pushing the water even though the tubes before and after it were full, and the whole kit had about 18oz of fluid in it. Finally I got it somewhat working, but its terribly loud trying to get the air out of it.

Ive done dozens of custom loops before, and never had any trouble like this. Not something Id ever want to do again.
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post #822 of 20728
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Newegg will have them around the first of the month. The other models will follow after the release of the H320.

BramSLI1.
What is the release date for the H320? in early April?
post #823 of 20728
Im off to bed, but quick update. The expansion (adding MCW-80 on GTX-670, and XSPC EX240) CPU load temps are around 5C cooler (didnt monitor ambient and have panels off the case) and the 670 at 1200 core got to 37C running Heaven maxed out 2560x1440.
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post #824 of 20728
For all those calling BS on my CPU here's my proof. http://valid.canardpc.com/2741664

Back on topic still no stock appearing over here in the UK. mad.gif
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Hi, maybe it's best to report here since many people seem to have been wondering what happened.

I troubleshooted this a bit with BramSLI1 and appreciate his kind help on this. Rare to see this kind of private customer service these days. thumb.gif I always like to troubleshoot the best I can myself before taking any final conclusions, I've worked in RMA dept myself for nearly 4 years in the past. smile.gif

Now I have tried to connect the pump directly into the MB and also through the bundled panel with and without the cpu fan header connection but the situation seems to be always the same: the pump works from a cold start for a while and then it goes to 0 rpm, goes back on for a while and then nothing, my computer shuts down due to thermal shutdown. I believe I have now ruled out the fan headers, and I don't see much left to do. I will do an RMA through my retailer in Finland, that's just how things work around here, unless they tell me otherwise.

Here's a screenshot, taken just before a shutdown when I had the pump directly connected to MB. Check CPUFANIN.



And hey, my CPU is still alive. Hopefully not degraded... wink.gif
post #826 of 20728
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Originally Posted by CTM Audi View Post

After 3+ hours of hell breaking my back, shaking my PC like a mad man, its still got air in it. Took over 2 hours to get the pump to start pushing the water even though the tubes before and after it were full, and the whole kit had about 18oz of fluid in it. Finally I got it somewhat working, but its terribly loud trying to get the air out of it.

Ive done dozens of custom loops before, and never had any trouble like this. Not something Id ever want to do again.

you know I wonder if the "vacuum filling" process helps with this.

Bryan, how exactly is this done in the factory? could we just attach a hand pump (like those found for brake bleeding) to the end of the loop or tube after the pump and apply a vacuum?
 
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post #827 of 20728
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Originally Posted by CTM Audi View Post

After 3+ hours of hell breaking my back, shaking my PC like a mad man, its still got air in it. Took over 2 hours to get the pump to start pushing the water even though the tubes before and after it were full, and the whole kit had about 18oz of fluid in it. Finally I got it somewhat working, but its terribly loud trying to get the air out of it.

Ive done dozens of custom loops before, and never had any trouble like this. Not something Id ever want to do again.

You know ... it's a lot easier if you do the fill before you mount the system in your case! cigar.gif
post #828 of 20728
Would this Tim-Mate 2 stuff be better than MX2? Looking to maximize cooling for some upcoming stress testing (and I have a strained shoulder so I'm trying to avoid lifting my pc too many times)
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post #829 of 20728
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Would this Tim-Mate 2 stuff be better than MX2? Looking to maximize cooling for some upcoming stress testing (and I have a strained shoulder so I'm trying to avoid lifting my pc too many times)

IMHO, I like this Tim Mate 2 better. I have been a MX-4 fan for a very long time and this product has me sold. Its more "spreadable" than MX but not runny.

I would say use it. Be aware that I saw a 2c drop after ~ 4hrs of heat from the proc. It has a small cure time.
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post #830 of 20728
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Anybody taken the swivel barbs off the H220 yet? I don't have any more coolant yet so I don't want to do it right now, but it looks like the arms on the Apogee Drive 2 will bolt in place to replace them for the few of us that have both.



They are extremely similar of course smile.gif


BTW I have Apogee Drive 2 hardware on my H220, for those that don't know. I reused the plastic clips instead of the metal ones because they seemed the easier option at the time.
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