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Woo hoo! Powered up my PC with the new loop this morning before work. Tested for leaks and bled last night. Just need to get my fans all set up.






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Sounds great Martin
we'll shoot you an email when we get back to LA smile.gif

Sweet!!!!
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Great, thanks for the answers guys smile.gif
 
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I am having issues with my 5th H220 unit/pump. The issue is when I turn my machine off and leave it off for longer than an hour, the pump wont start upon machine power up. I get a CPU Fan Error. If I keep trying to power up (power button on, hold power button off in bios after F1 to move past fan error message) and after maybe my 10th power up, the pump will all of the sudden start. The pump has been doing this after the machine being off EVERY time. This morning, after I turned my machine off last night, the pump would not start after trying at least 20+ power ups over an hour or so. The first units I had, ever since they first came out, would just stop working while running. Lately, the units have been seizing after being off for an hour or two.

I have read plenty of threads with similar issues with the same characteristics. I am not doing anything out of the ordinary. Not playing with PWM signals via software. Installed per the instructions. I am clueless. Its either 5 bad units or a hardware issue? Please ask questions and give ideas. I have tried just about everything I can on my end to figure this out. Thanks
Edited by chartiet - 1/9/14 at 12:55pm
    
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Oh sweet. 2x140mm in the works too??

Tempted to get that...
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I am having issues with my 7th H220 unit/pump. The issue is when I turn my machine off and leave it off for longer than an hour, the pump wont start upon machine power up. I get a CPU Fan Error. If I keep trying to power up (power button on, hold power button off in bios after F1 to move past fan error message) and after maybe my 10th power up, the pump will all of the sudden start. The pump has been doing this after the machine being off EVERY time. This morning, after I turned my machine off last night, the pump would not start after trying at least 20+ power ups over an hour or so. The first units I had, ever since they first came out, would just stop working while running. Lately, the units have been seizing after being off for an hour or two.

I have read plenty of threads with similar issues with the same characteristics. I am not doing anything out of the ordinary. Not playing with PWM signals via software. Installed per the instructions. I am clueless. Its either 7 bad units or a hardware issue? Please ask questions and give ideas. I have tried just about everything I can on my end to figure this out. Thanks

The most common problem would be hardware, specifically the motherboard not supplying 12V on its 4-pin CPU fan connector. That happens with some motherboards and when the pump is directly connected to it. This should not happen if you are using the PWM splitter (which, as you know, takes its power directly from the PSU). If you are using the PWM splitter, then it's gotta be a pump related issue.

Note that to avoid this issue, we changed the pump connectors so that it always takes its power from a SATA connector rather than the 4-pin.
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Oh sweet. 2x140mm in the works too??

Tempted to get that...
yes it is!
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The most common problem would be hardware, specifically the motherboard not supplying 12V on its 4-pin CPU fan connector. That happens with some motherboards and when the pump is directly connected to it. This should not happen if you are using the PWM splitter (which, as you know, takes its power directly from the PSU). If you are using the PWM splitter, then it's gotta be a pump related issue.

Note that to avoid this issue, we changed the pump connectors so that it always takes its power from a SATA connector rather than the 4-pin.
I most certainly am using the PWM splitter.
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I most certainly am using the PWM splitter.
Contact Bryan and I will follow up with him when I get back
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Contact Bryan and I will follow up with him when I get back

I'm taking care of it.
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