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post #8731 of 20809
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Originally Posted by Thrasher1016 View Post






So you should have said that.

You said "bad temps..." not pump failure, so bad temps to me (vs. air) is user error, especially with these kits, properly set up.
Or the other guy, one of the two, regardless, it was the one that said "bad temps vs. air" that I was replying to, not the "pump failure" guy...


Thanks - T

I was perfectly clear in other posts in this thread that I had pumps die. You quoted me, so just a little more reading next time please.
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post #8732 of 20809
Hi guys
Does anyone know which of the below two fans would be better on my h320 radiator
Nb-b12-ps with 1500rpm And 98.7m3
Or
Noiseblocker B12P at 2000 rpm and 132.4m3
Both are also pwm
post #8733 of 20809
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Originally Posted by Lord Nikkon View Post

So maybe I will show what i build. Still I'm waiting for new fans (this from swiftech are bit too loud for me) VRM block and new cords (red and black) biggrin.gif

BTW I was looking at MCP50x housing and i think that this part can be replaced with H220 pump. It will be great! Finally I will be able to remove the pump from CPU socket and forget about nightmare to filling up the loop. Let's wait for Bryan for final confirmation. I'm starting to praying!


Yes, the new MCP50X will fit on the H220 housing.
post #8734 of 20809
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So I got it all hooked up using the swiftech PWM splitter.

I'm trying to control the pump using speedfan, it's on the channel 1 fan pins, so I can see that no matter what I set fan 1 to the pump is still running at full speed.

The other fans on the splitter slow down when I turn the value down in speedfan however.

Shouldn't the pump be slowing down as well if the fans are?

Everything is running off the included PWM splitter which is connected to my CPU_FAN header.

Please PM me about this so that I can help you get this resolved.
post #8735 of 20809

@BramSLI1 I've got an Apogee Drive II that needs a pump.

Will the new MCP50X fit the ADII or should I buy a MCP35X?

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post #8736 of 20809
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@BramSLI1
I've got an Apogee Drive II that needs a pump.
Will the new MCP50X fit the ADII or should I buy a MCP35X?

The APD2 will only accept Laing pumps. While the MCP50X is similar, it will not fit.

FWIW, I have a new APD2 for sale that has a modified heatsink (to fit a 5m LED) for sale for $100 shipped. I had it listed in my classified yesterday but closed it to reopen it in the proper section since the cpu and mobo sold. Never been ran, but no LED.
Edited by Phelan - 1/15/14 at 10:14am
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post #8737 of 20809
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@BramSLI1
I've got an Apogee Drive II that needs a pump.
Will the new MCP50X fit the ADII or should I buy a MCP35X?

Currently the MCP50X is not compatible with the ADII. We may create a housing in the future that will be though. In its current state though it is not compatible with this new pump and you'll need to purchase one of our MCP35X pumps instead.
post #8738 of 20809
Hello Swiftechians (or something tongue.gif), I am about to pull the trigger on the Cooler Master Glacer 240L/H220. I have a few questions.

Are the pre-installed Blademaster fans any good, I have some backup SP120s if they are better...?
Is the res mounted correctly when the fans are facing the bottom\push (I prefer it that way, less dust and easier install)?

Thanks,
-Future H220 owner
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post #8739 of 20809
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Hello Swiftechians (or something tongue.gif), I am about to pull the trigger on the Cooler Master Glacer 240L/H220. I have a few questions.

Are the pre-installed Blademaster fans any good, I have some backup SP120s if they are better...?
Is the res mounted correctly when the fans are facing the bottom\push (I prefer it that way, less dust and easier install)?

Thanks,
-Future H220 owner

First off, the Blade Master fans are quite good. Whether or not they're comparable to Corsair's SP120s I really don't have any data on that. We haven't tested them side by side. If you mount this kit as it comes stock, with the fans on the bottom, your reservoir will be pointed down. This isn't the ideal mounting for this kit and can cause issues later with air getting pulled into the pump. What you'll therefore need to do is just turn the fans around so that they're in a pull configuration. They'll still be on top of the radiator, but set as pull rather than push. I hope this answers your questions.
post #8740 of 20809
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First off, the Blade Master fans are quite good. Whether or not they're comparable to Corsair's SP120s I really don't have any data on that. We haven't tested them side by side. If you mount this kit as it comes stock, with the fans on the bottom, your reservoir will be pointed down. This isn't the ideal mounting for this kit and can cause issues later with air getting pulled into the pump. What you'll therefore need to do is just turn the fans around so that they're in a pull configuration. They'll still be on top of the radiator, but set as pull rather than push. I hope this answers your questions.
Could I unscrews the fans and mount them on the opposite end, having the reflective part of the Blademaster facing down with the rad on top (AKA H100i style)?
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