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post #871 of 20767
So I am a new H220 owner, the other day I walked into the NCIX Vancouver store and there was one sitting on the shelf so I picked it up. Pretty lucky.

I've been running it for almost two days now and it cools very well, certainly better than the Kuhler 920 I had tried before. And much quieter.

A couple of concerns tho: I noticed a slight anti freeze smell upon opening the box and that seems to be persisting. I cannot detect any leaks or condensation any where so I am wondering if this is normal or not.

The other thing is as the hoses are longer than most other AIO units they tend to rest on the top of the video card unless they are tied up somehow. I've seen more than a few pics in this thread with the hoses resting on video cards. Is this generally regarded as ok?

Thanks!
post #872 of 20767
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A couple of concerns tho: I noticed a slight anti freeze smell upon opening the box and that seems to be persisting. I cannot detect any leaks or condensation any where so I am wondering if this is normal or not.

i dont think it's so much antifreeze odor but some kind of machine oil or lubricant. I had the same smell but it goes away after a few days.
 
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Not the pros set-up, but my best. Plus its my second own built. First time custom water cooling!!





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Not the pros set-up, but my best. Plus its my second own built. First time custom water cooling!!





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Should get my white tubing in tomorrow. Then I can finally get this thing up and running.biggrin.gif
 
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Here is part 1 of my setup on video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8bhFASGmUc&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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Is there a reason the Swiftech fan splitter will not control a NF-P12 fan? The bios PWM settings affect the NF-P12 if the splitter is plugged into the CPU fan connector on the mobo, but it will not affect the fan at all if the splitter is plugged into any other mobo fan connector – they just run at full speed.

If you have the splitter plugged into a pwm fan connector set to 60%, the NF-P12 will run at 100%. Then unplug the fan from the splitter and plug it into the mobo where the splitter was plugged in and it runs at 60%. So the splitter isn’t working as I would expect. Am I missing something?
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Is there a reason the Swiftech fan splitter will not control a NF-P12 fan? The bios PWM settings affect the NF-P12 if the splitter is plugged into the CPU fan connector on the mobo, but it will not affect the fan at all if the splitter is plugged into any other mobo fan connector – they just run at full speed.

If you have the splitter plugged into a pwm fan connector set to 60%, the NF-P12 will run at 100%. Then unplug the fan from the splitter and plug it into the mobo where the splitter was plugged in and it runs at 60%. So the splitter isn’t working as I would expect. Am I missing something?

I take it that you're running the pump on your motherboard header and not channel 1 on the splitter. The splitter works by allowing control of channel 1 and all of the other units plugged into the splitter will be adjusted by the same percentage as channel 1. If you don't have anything plugged into channel 1 then I believe everything just works at 100%. I'm not certain about this, but I'll verify it tomorrow when I get into work.
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Here is part 1 of my setup on video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8bhFASGmUc&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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you dont have a res? is it just the h220 + another rad ?
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I take it that you're running the pump on your motherboard header and not channel 1 on the splitter. The splitter works by allowing control of channel 1 and all of the other units plugged into the splitter will be adjusted by the same percentage as channel 1. If you don't have anything plugged into channel 1 then I believe everything just works at 100%. I'm not certain about this, but I'll verify it tomorrow when I get into work.

What I don't like is losing the ability to control fan speeds as well as pump speed if you have the splitter in channel 1 with all fans connected to the splitter as well as pump. Your recommended setting doesn't' allow for total control of all speeds.
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