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post #941 of 20719
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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.

http://www.msi.com/product/mb/Z77IA-E53.html

There is no such thing, and no such control. I tried SpeedFan and I didn't get any additional control over the pump than I had in ControlCenter. I need a mPCIe / PCIe / mSATA / SATA solution + adapter if necessary that can fit in the small space of the slot, and also doesn't sit outside the case, as I am preparing this system as a stepping stone to a very small, very compact SFF watercooled system.
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So my pump failed after about 15 hours of use. I think my CPU is ok, still testing it all out.

The only thing odd was a very strong unpleasant smell that persisted ever since I took the H220 out of the box. Strong enough to make me dizzy.
post #943 of 20719
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So my pump failed after about 15 hours of use. I think my CPU is ok, still testing it all out.

The only thing odd was a very strong unpleasant smell that persisted ever since I took the H220 out of the box. Strong enough to make me dizzy.

I think you emailed us and we can certainly help you with this. Don't worry, we'll get you taken care of.
post #944 of 20719
With any computer product there is a percentage of problem units. I have had to replace a number of things while building these two rigs, so some H220 units having issues is normal especially since it is a brand new item.

No one should be worried about getting an H220 because of some problem units, myself and others on this thread can confirm Bryan and others at Swiftech will take care of you.
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http://www.msi.com/product/mb/Z77IA-E53.html

There is no such thing, and no such control. I tried SpeedFan and I didn't get any additional control over the pump than I had in ControlCenter. I need a mPCIe / PCIe / mSATA / SATA solution + adapter if necessary that can fit in the small space of the slot, and also doesn't sit outside the case, as I am preparing this system as a stepping stone to a very small, very compact SFF watercooled system.

I'm planning on using Corsair Link to manage my new build's cooling. Anyone else using it in combination with the H220?

Probably close to a month out from having it assembled, as I just ordered a Fractal Arc Midi R2, Akasa Vipers, and Corsair link this evening. I plan on buying an H220 the day they hit MicroCenter. Will advise how it all works out.
post #946 of 20719
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I'm planning on using Corsair Link to manage my new build's cooling. Anyone else using it in combination with the H220?

Probably close to a month out from having it assembled, as I just ordered a Fractal Arc Midi R2, Akasa Vipers, and Corsair link this evening. I plan on buying an H220 the day they hit MicroCenter. Will advise how it all works out.

does CorsairLink work without a CorsairLink controller (to actually control speeds not just monitor)? It doesnt seem like it can, but then again i only had 2 weeks with it.
 
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Knock on wood, I have not had any problems with my H220. Running smooth. I will be cutting the tubes to get it to fit a bit better and might even add a second set of fans for push/pull. 

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post #948 of 20719
Has anyone put this in a 550D by chance? Or a Corsair 300R?
post #949 of 20719
Loving the H220 phenomenon =)

[edit2] 2000th post woo!
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How do you change the pump speed on a Asus Sabertooth board. My pump is going around 3000 rpm,and the 2 Helix fans are around 1800.My Idle cpu temps is around 28 to 32 cel.Are these speeds and temps good for a I5 3570k 3.4 oc to 4.2 ghz.
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