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you dont have a res? is it just the h220 + another rad ?
You dont need to add a res, the H220 rad has one. As long as its higher then the pump, at least during filling.
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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.
Thanks for the reply.
The problem is, I wanted to use some NF-F12 fans with the unit, but you can’t use them with the splitter and the pump together. At 35% setting the pump is fine, and your fans are fine at about 1300rpm, but the F12 fans run at about 500rpm with that setting.

So I plugged the pump directly into the CPU fan header at 35% so that is fine. Then I tried putting the F12 fans (with one of them in the main channel 1 slot) into the splitter and plugged the splitter into another PWM fan header on the mobo. The F12 fans run at 100% no matter what. To test it, I left bios alone, and just unplugged the fan from the splitter and plugged it directly into that mobo header – then the bios PWM settings work.

So F12 into mobo = PWM % settings work, but F12 into splitter then splitter into mobo = PWM % does not work.
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I tried NF-F12s with the splitter, and couldnt get them to run fast enough. Even with 100% setting, when in the splitter, they wouldnt reach 1100RPM. I just use the 2 way splitters they come with. One less molex cable needed.


Fans at 800RPM, playing Crysis 3 for about 2 hours very high FXAA 2560x1440 with the 670 at 1200Mhz, the card topped at 45C, CPU 4.5Ghz 1.225V topped at 62C.
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I tried NF-F12s with the splitter, and couldnt get them to run fast enough. Even with 100% setting, when in the splitter, they wouldnt reach 1100RPM. I just use the 2 way splitters they come with. One less molex cable needed.


Fans at 800RPM, playing Crysis 3 for about 2 hours very high FXAA 2560x1440 with the 670 at 1200Mhz, the card topped at 45C, CPU 4.5Ghz 1.225V topped at 62C.
Yep, I used the two way splitter they come with on my one machine, I am just trying to figure out how to do five F12 fans when I add my 320 rad to the loop. I can go full speed and get about 1450rpm which is a little high, or use the noise adapter to go down to 1150rpm or so which is a little slow.
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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 ?

Yes, I have the xspc phat 120mm, behind the Noctua fan in the front were the DVD bays are at.

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Are you guys sure those other fan headers are PWM controlled fans headers. They may be voltage controlled fan headers. I don't know if the splitter will work properly with a voltage controlled header. Just a thought.redface.gif
Edited by Tom Thumb - 3/24/13 at 5:11pm
 
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Here's part 2 guys. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTJtywa_Ep4&feature=youtube_gdata_player

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Are you guys sure those other fan headers are PWM controlled fans headers. They may be voltage controlled fan headers. I don't know if the splitter will work with properly with a voltage controlled header. Just a thought.redface.gif

The splitter won't work at all with voltage headers, the fans will just run at 100%. They are getting power from the molex, so if they aren't getting a PWM signal(which the voltage ones won't), they just go at 100%.

The Noctua fans seem to be a common issue, but I haven't seen any other complaints from people using other fans. Wonder what's different about noctua's that they dislike the splitter.
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The splitter won't work at all with voltage headers, the fans will just run at 100%. They are getting power from the molex, so if they aren't getting a PWM signal(which the voltage ones won't), they just go at 100%.

The Noctua fans seem to be a common issue, but I haven't seen any other complaints from people using other fans. Wonder what's different about noctua's that they dislike the splitter.

So that's probably the issue then. The other fan header that the splitter is plugged into is voltage controlled, not PWM controlled. That's why the fans run at 100% though the splitter, but work correctly when attached to the boards header and not the splitter.
 
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Maybe you could try plugging the pump into a voltage controlled header. Not sure if this is a good idea or not. Then plug the splitter back into the CPU fan header with the fans plugged into the splitter. Then you maybe able to control the pump and fans separately.
Just not sure if running the pump on a voltage regulated header is a good idea or not.
Maybe Swiftech could chime in on this one!
 
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