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I'm a little confused. What happens if you plug the splitter into the CPU fan header with all the fans plugged into it, and the splitter powered by molex?
If I plug the stock fans and pump into the CPU fan header it works fine, Martin’s lab has a great graph of the % and rpm. I can use 35% and that puts the stock fans at 1300+ rpm. The NF-F12 react on a straight curve, not like the stock fans. To get the F12 to be 1300 rpm you would need a setting of 85% and that is way too much pump speed for me.

The issue is that the stock fans have a very modified %/rpm curve so they match the pump. Throwing in different fans messes that all up. You have to control the fans and pump separately, that is why I wanted to see if I could use the splitter on the F12, but I can’t get it to work on anything other than the cpu header.

No big deal, I will just use the adapters for the fans to slow them down or get a controller.
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I run my pump at 20%.


That puts the pump at 1500rpm which is very slightly more noticeable then four nf-f12s at 800rpm. Not sure if its louder, but the tone is more noticeable then the noctuas.
You may be setting the PWM to 20% but if the pump is at 1500rpm that's actually 50% of it's max rpm of 3000.
post #903 of 20767
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You may be setting the PWM to 20% but if the pump is at 1500rpm that's actually 50% of it's max rpm of 3000.
Actually it's not, because it doesn't run any lower than 1200rpm. 50% would be 2100rpm. I think?
An operating spectrum of 1800rpm from lowest to highest rpm.
Edited by Tom Thumb - 3/24/13 at 7:50pm
 
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If I plug the stock fans and pump into the CPU fan header it works fine, Martin’s lab has a great graph of the % and rpm. I can use 35% and that puts the stock fans at 1300+ rpm. The NF-F12 react on a straight curve, not like the stock fans. To get the F12 to be 1300 rpm you would need a setting of 85% and that is way too much pump speed for me.

The issue is that the stock fans have a very modified %/rpm curve so they match the pump. Throwing in different fans messes that all up. You have to control the fans and pump separately, that is why I wanted to see if I could use the splitter on the F12, but I can’t get it to work on anything other than the cpu header.

No big deal, I will just use the adapters for the fans to slow them down or get a controller.

Got it.smile.gif
 
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Hi everyone, I am new here today. Overclocking has been something that I have thought of but have been to scared to do incase I destroyed my hardware. Since I saw the reviews of the Swiftech H220 Compact Drive II CPU Water Cooler I feel confident enogh to give it all a try. Can anyone please help me to find one? I seem to have looked everywhere but cant find any.
Thank you SO much in advance.
post #906 of 20767
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Hi everyone, I am new here today. Overclocking has been something that I have thought of but have been to scared to do incase I destroyed my hardware. Since I saw the reviews of the Swiftech H220 Compact Drive II CPU Water Cooler I feel confident enough to give it all a try. Can anyone please help me to find one? I seem to have looked everywhere but cant find any.
Thank you SO much in advance.

Right now they are only on limited stock, they are currently moving to a new area and are estimating for restock sometime in April I believe. Just keep looking on sites and maybe they might have some in stock. But don't count on it as many people are doing the same as you. Good Luck!
post #907 of 20767
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If I plug the stock fans and pump into the CPU fan header it works fine, Martin’s lab has a great graph of the % and rpm. I can use 35% and that puts the stock fans at 1300+ rpm. The NF-F12 react on a straight curve, not like the stock fans. To get the F12 to be 1300 rpm you would need a setting of 85% and that is way too much pump speed for me.

The issue is that the stock fans have a very modified %/rpm curve so they match the pump. Throwing in different fans messes that all up. You have to control the fans and pump separately, that is why I wanted to see if I could use the splitter on the F12, but I can’t get it to work on anything other than the cpu header.

No big deal, I will just use the adapters for the fans to slow them down or get a controller.
Cant you use the splitter with fans on CPU header, and pump on another header?
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post #908 of 20767
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Cant you use the splitter with fans on CPU header, and pump on another header?
The range for the others is 60% to 100%, so I can’t set it to 35%, and 60% is too high for me.
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Just finished my loop with my titan and the extra 220 QP, got the thing leak testing over night. I'll run some scores tomorrow and see what kind of temps I'm getting.

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Hello, are you H220 owners happy with the performance? Anyone using it for AM3+? Also are the stock fans good enough or should I buy something like the Corsair pressure optimized fans?
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