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Hi guys, judging by the bunch of people that bought the H220 and the amount of problems they had with their pumps, I am now very worried and might be regretting my first watercooler purchase. I hear a little noise noise coming from the pump idk if its bad or good or normal, and my temps are very strage. during idle the minimum is 21Cto25 on the CORES but what strikes me the most is that sometimes they bump up to 40C.... and once again my settings are defualt 3.5ghz and like 1.1v on the cpu and the ram is 1600mhz hyperx. on a p8z77 motherboard and 670 FTW gpu, I am concerned about my pump failing and killing my cpu or any leaks ! can anyone help me as this is very stressful and i worked really hard getting this gaming rig

You didn't mention what CPU you have but from ivy that doesn't seem too far off. You may want to see what your temps are while gaming. I like using the program coretemp. It will record your max temp reached.

As far as noise; make a video and post it on YouTube and link it here. Some noises can be air bubbles and possibly what you might have head. Don't worry about leaks; extremely rare and I think swiftech uses a non conductive liquid if not mistaken.

Worst case if your pump fails the CPU will do a thermal shutdown after a certain temp. To protect itself from damage.

i would recommend hwinfo64 as it shows max and min temps
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i would recommend hwinfo64 as it shows max and min temps

Or Realtemp, also in its Techinferno version...........
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Yeah sorry about that, I have the i7 3770k, when i bought it I was thinking about overclocking but never did so considering i spent so much already and this was my first build and since boxing day came i bought the h220. At first i was very happy and from the videos from LinusTechTips it looked like the best AIO out there so i bought it. Due to my lack of research i saw a bunch of people putting it down and not recommending it because there were so many failures in the pump and I read how ppl got instructions of changing the liquid and opening it up from the guy at swiftech. The situation for me is that I am not capable of doing so and very scared of breaking something. I use Real Temps to check every thing out and the sound is similar to this video but not as loud, i would have to put my head against the ventilation of the case to hear it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwkTaf6UH7E Should i return my unit ? I really don't want to have anything failing on me after the 30 day return period. It runs at 1700 RPM in my cpu fan reading in the bios
Edited by TheChankWhoGank - 1/1/14 at 2:35pm
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regardless of any watercooling loop you use, a pump failure is always a possibility. its one of the invisible contracts we as builders sign when going into that field. no pump is exempt from this really, including all AIO units(including Closed loop ones). the amount of pump failures seem high only because the people who need to tell swiftech that their pump died needs to talk, while users who have working and fine pumps stay quiet because they don't need to talk at all. If every user had walked into this thread and said that their pump was still working, this thread would have easily double its post count probably, but the majority do not need to, so the real deciding factor really is purpose and support. Swiftech has pretty outstanding support(at least here) as we have access to a swiftech rep directly here. OCN in general has a few of those reps walking around, there are still other companies who dont have reps and dont receive as much feedback that sometimes it may hurt customer support.


my build being near similar to yours (i7-3770k ~4.5ghz at 1.31v(ish)on a P8Z77-V Le plus), just be sure to have the pump attached to the splitter attached to the CPU FAN, as it is PWM. do not use the one next to it. I self tested that one myself using the splitter and helix fan, not PWM, does not get speed modulation under fanxpert. just keep your cpu auto shutdown temperature on in bios and set it at a good level and you should be fine. nothing should die unless something shorts out or burns, which both are rare occurrences.

just Intel Burn tested for reference, peaked temp at 57 average was 53.25 on my clocks(not fully locked clocks, still left speed step on) [to be fair, i have 3x120mm of radiator space though, but only 2 of the fans working them along with a dellided 3770k with coolaboratory pro inside the IHS so your actual mileage will vary]
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I guess I really should have listened to the salesperson.... He told me that this is the best performing watercooler AIO but it has the highest RMA rate of 40%...... maybe i should have gone with the corsair h100i cuz I am a noob and afraid of taking apart the watercooler and refilling and opening the parts of the pump... Sigh I can't even return this cuz it was final sale
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regardless of any watercooling loop you use, a pump failure is always a possibility. its one of the invisible contracts we as builders sign when going into that field. no pump is exempt from this really, including all AIO units(including Closed loop ones). the amount of pump failures seem high only because the people who need to tell swiftech that their pump died needs to talk, while users who have working and fine pumps stay quiet because they don't need to talk at all. If every user had walked into this thread and said that their pump was still working, this thread would have easily double its post count probably, but the majority do not need to, so the real deciding factor really is purpose and support. Swiftech has pretty outstanding support(at least here) as we have access to a swiftech rep directly here. OCN in general has a few of those reps walking around, there are still other companies who dont have reps and dont receive as much feedback that sometimes it may hurt customer support.


my build being near similar to yours (i7-3770k ~4.5ghz at 1.31v(ish)on a P8Z77-V Le plus), just be sure to have the pump attached to the splitter attached to the CPU FAN, as it is PWM. do not use the one next to it. I self tested that one myself using the splitter and helix fan, not PWM, does not get speed modulation under fanxpert. just keep your cpu auto shutdown temperature on in bios and set it at a good level and you should be fine. nothing should die unless something shorts out or burns, which both are rare occurrences.

just Intel Burn tested for reference, peaked temp at 57 average was 53.25 on my clocks(not fully locked clocks, still left speed step on) [to be fair, i have 3x120mm of radiator space though, but only 2 of the fans working them along with a dellided 3770k with coolaboratory pro inside the IHS so your actual mileage will vary]

That's a really high vcore on your chip? I am running a 3770k as well at 1.25 vcore, 4.5 with HT on fully stable. Have you tried a lower voltage?


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Hey nice job on the overclock, since i am a newbie do you mind giving me some tips? i used the pwm splitter and plugged it into my cpu fan 4 pin on my motherboard and it shows cpu fan as 1700 rpm in the bios. is that the rpm of my fans and pump? and how are you achieving those temps? on 2.5 ghz on the i7 3770k i get temps a bit higher than yours
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Quick Question in regards to the included Swiftech 8-port PWM Fan Block. Does the CPU PWN fan header control all of the 8 channels? The Swiftech Pump runs at a max of 3000 RPM. Since the pump is to be connected to the first channel on the Swiftech block which then is connected to CPU fan controller on the motherboard , this means essentially the pumps RPM/Strength is controlled by the motherboards speed fan.

With that being said, I would assume then for the Swiftech pump to run at it's full 3000 RPM, this would mean any fan connected to the block would be running at full speed since all my fans in my case run at a max of 1800 RPM. Am I correct in my assumption here?
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That's a really high vcore on your chip? I am running a 3770k as well at 1.25 vcore, 4.5 with HT on fully stable. Have you tried a lower voltage?


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i havent finished benching really. i set a higher voltage to see how high voltage i can sustain without going over my prefered temperature(trying to aim for a max of 70). and will steadily bump up clock to test for stability afterwords. i essentially do it backwords than most people, which they do clocks and increase voltage to support clock unless its too much. i do volts and increase clocks till its unstable.
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I would assume that is the pump RPM as long as you have the pump plugged into the correct spot on the splitter.

Plus I am using push - pull with the H220. I added two fans (Corsair 3000 RPM fans from an H80i) which helps.

What vcore are you using in the bios for your cpu? If you have it set to auto, it will use quite a bit more than is required.
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