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post #8701 of 20728
Phelan, why does the header have 4 pins and work with speed fan if it's not 12v pwm? The CPU opt header doesn't allow me to change my speed, and I was hoping to use the CPU fan header for the CPU actual fans themselves. I'll check the spec to be sure, don't want to burn it out! The for the warning
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post #8702 of 20728
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Phelan, why does the header have 4 pins and work with speed fan if it's not 12v pwm? The CPU opt header doesn't allow me to change my speed, and I was hoping to use the CPU fan header for the CPU actual fans themselves. I'll check the spec to be sure, don't want to burn it out! The for the warning

On any ASUS board the only two headers that are PWM are the cpu_fan and its extension (cpu_fan opt). If you are using one on those (preferably the first since allows control of pwm speed) you are ok. But do use the spliter to power the pump.
post #8703 of 20728
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Originally Posted by herericc View Post

Phelan, why does the header have 4 pins and work with speed fan if it's not 12v pwm? The CPU opt header doesn't allow me to change my speed, and I was hoping to use the CPU fan header for the CPU actual fans themselves. I'll check the spec to be sure, don't want to burn it out! The for the warning

Talk to ASUS, they are the biggest offender of 4 pin headers with only voltage modulation.
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On any ASUS board the only two headers that are PWM are the cpu_fan and its extension (cpu_fan opt). If you are using one on those (preferably the first since allows control of pwm speed) you are ok. But do use the spliter to power the pump.

Yep.
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post #8704 of 20728
Well that sucks, hopefully ruining it for 3 hours on voltage control won't have done any lasting damage
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post #8705 of 20728
The new H220X is a really cool idea, except for one thing. I could see people having some clearance issues in certain cases.. Maybe I missed something but it looks like the pump is sticking out in a really weird way. Maybe I am just crazy. If I ever upgrade the H220X will be seriously considered smile.gif
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post #8706 of 20728
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The new H220X is a really cool idea, except for one thing. I could see people having some clearance issues in certain cases.. Maybe I missed something but it looks like the pump is sticking out in a really weird way. Maybe I am just crazy. If I ever upgrade the H220X will be seriously considered smile.gif

I think this is a fair point, but the people who cannot fit it therefor are not the target market. The H220 and Glacer 240L are still around for those that need that space thumb.gif.
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post #8707 of 20728
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I think this is a fair point, but the people who cannot fit it therefor are not the target market. The H220 and Glacer 240L are still around for those that need that space thumb.gif.

Good point, I had forgotten that Swiftech made the Glacer smile.gif
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post #8708 of 20728
No hands on overviews or reviews of the h220x yet?rolleyes.gif
post #8709 of 20728
I wonder if the price is gonna be somewhere around H220 or a bit more. If it's gonna be like the H220, the H220 is gonna go down a bit, maybe to level up with H100i. Then Corsair would have to make something new, because the H105 is utterly BS.

If hovewer the H220x will be even more then H200, then it's gonna make no sense, becuase custom LC can be achieved with few dollars more >_>. I doubt it's gonna happen tho.
post #8710 of 20728
Well Everyone I have finally given up with this water cooler, as I am now On my second unit and yet again I have got problems I feel like as an AIO that is not meant to be touched for at least three years I have not gone past 5 months yet without getting a problem On my first unit I tried to sort out the air bubbles problem and It never went And I am not bothering to try again for the simple factor of its an AIO I should not have to be messing around with it so many times.
I have contacted Bryan about this issue and I am waiting for a reply I have also contacted The place I brought it from as I now want a full refund on this product as its give me nothing but problems.

I love the idea that Swiftech had going with this one but it really does not work that well I have never had so many problems in less than a year with my computer I hate to say this but Corsair can take my money now as at least They last the three years like they are meant to even if they are not as good in out right cooling I hope that everyone else has fun dealing with air bubble problems and pump noise But I sure don't.
I really hope that the new cooler pump thing that they showed off at CES this year is better as the Swiftech H220 in my eyes is a fail way to many problems and not been sorted out.
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