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Looks great thumb.gif
Thanks!
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Very nice build! Grats!
Much appreciated
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Looks nice, you could do with another strip of leds in there near the bottom to light it up a bit more, bit dark for my liking. biggrin.gif:thumb:
Yeah, now that I have everything in there I do agree that I need some more LEDs. Was going to try 2x 12" inverter-less cathodes.
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Nice! What kind of chipset blocks are you using?

It's a: 2600k on an ASUS P8Z68-V pro gen3, ASUS gtx670 DCII top, an EK dominatorx4 ram block, and an extra swiftech 120mm rad.

edit: If you mean mobo VRM and z68 chipset coolers, they're just stock.
Edited by Shwingdom - 3/26/13 at 4:10am
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Yeah, now that I have everything in there I do agree that I need some more LEDs. Was going to try 2x 12" inverter-less cathodes.

That would work just as well thumb.gif
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It's a: 2600k on an ASUS P8Z68-V pro gen3, ASUS gtx670 DCII top, an EK dominatorx4 ram block, and an extra swiftech 120mm rad.

edit: If you mean mobo VRM and z68 chipset coolers, they're just stock.

Ah, okay, I was looking at the RAM block. I've been thinking about adding an EK VRM block to my system (3930K).
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Hi Guys,

I´m new to this thread. Are there some user vids where the pump noise with open case is hearable ?

bundymania, welcome to this thread and if you do a YouTube search for H220 pump noise you'll find what you're looking for. It looks like those videos were just posted yesterday. I had a feeling that you'd join in sooner or later. thumb.gif
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Hi Guys,

I´m new to this thread. Are there some user vids where the pump noise with open case is hearable ?

specifically an open case:
 
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I know my board has 2 PWM controlled headers for sure. The CPU fan header, and the optional CPU fan header. The rest I believe are voltage controlled headers. I think I will run the pump off of the CPU fan header, and the splitter off of the opt CPU fan header.

This won't work the way I planned. The bios PWM settings control both the CPU fan header, and the CPU-OPT fan header. You can not set one different from the other. They are one and the same.mad.gif
My Enermax Clusters are running to slow as well when connected to the splitter coming of the CPU fan header, or the CPU-OPT fan header. Have to find a different way to hook up the Clusters!
 
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This won't work the way I planned. The bios PWM settings control both the CPU fan header, and the CPU-OPT fan header. You can not set one different from the other. They are one and the same.mad.gif
My Enermax Clusters are running to slow as well when connected to the splitter coming of the CPU fan header, or the CPU-OPT fan header. Have to find a different way to hook up the Clusters!

I'm having similar issues, the z77e-itx and the z77ia-e53 both have 4 pin headers for case fans, but voltage vary it only. It is really annoying when you expect the pump / fans to run at the right range, and only get 500 RPM of control through PWM frown.gif

I have all 6 of my plugs on the splitter now controlled by the CPU header based on temps on the CPU, slightly annoying since I can't just put a profile in now to turn the fans up, I have to also increase pump speed to max which makes the system much louder.
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PWM just isnt really there yet. I prefer to set it at one speed and leave it. 800RPM on most good fans is really quiet, and not really much warmer then what I would consider a loud 1100-1200RPM.
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PWM just isnt really there yet. I prefer to set it at one speed and leave it. 800RPM on most good fans is really quiet, and not really much warmer then what I would consider a loud 1100-1200RPM.

Yea, this is essentially what I want to do with PWM. There really is no good reason for not supporting this, its only slightly more difficult than voltage modulation to add to the motherboard... if it is more difficult at all. I don't understand why they add 4 pin headers that aren't PWM for real, it just seems like lazy designs. I want to put my pump on one header, and the fans on the CPU header, so I can just set a % and let them go, as it is now the pump varies with the same range as the fans, and hearing the pump at full blast is annoying, and unnecessary.

I'm looking for a mPCIe or mSATA pwm fan controller that I could use for true PWM from software.. as it stands I still haven't found anything yet to really get the job done.
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Best solution might be to ditch the PWM fans and just plug them into regular fan ports and control them via bios or software.
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