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post #9421 of 20767
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Originally Posted by ListenerFan View Post

Hey it's no worries about not being able to fix it, I took the risk when I got it off of ebay, Just figured I'd contact regardless. So it really shouldn't be a big deal if I remove the impeller from the pump and run another pump in the loop, is there a specific way to remove the impeller? I fooled with it last night and I didn't see an easy way to do that.

Once you have the pump removed from the housing, you should just be able to grab the top part that looks like fan blades and pull up on it.
post #9422 of 20767
hi first time posting on this topic
i got the h220 and i want to add the 360 rad to the hope
im just bit worried as i will be fitting the 360 up on the top of case and h220 rad on bottom ,
could the pump run dry

basic pic of the lay out
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post #9423 of 20767
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hi first time posting on this topic
i got the h220 and i want to add the 360 rad to the hope
im just bit worried as i will be fitting the 360 up on the top of case and h220 rad on bottom ,
could the pump run dry

basic pic of the lay out

Add a cheap res to feed the pump directly. Would only cost you about 30 bucks more. Otherwise, it will be a pain to fill and bleed
post #9424 of 20767
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Originally Posted by taylorpro View Post

Add a cheap res to feed the pump directly. Would only cost you about 30 bucks more. Otherwise, it will be a pain to fill and bleed

Yes, this is correct.
post #9425 of 20767
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Originally Posted by soad666p View Post

hi first time posting on this topic
i got the h220 and i want to add the 360 rad to the hope
im just bit worried as i will be fitting the 360 up on the top of case and h220 rad on bottom ,
could the pump run dry

basic pic of the lay out

you essentially have to either buy a seperate res and try to have it above the block, or be patient when it comes to bleeding the unit of air bubbles. I recently attached a GPU block into my loop, and due to case constraints, none of my 2 reservoirs are above my block(h220 res is at way bottom like your picture one, other res is at the back of the case for ease of refilling externally). I used up a whole day while bleeding my loop with my case on its side, as at the time the pump would not move water on the cases upright position. I moved it back 2 days ago and now the pump works fine. for ease of use, get an extra reservoir if possible. If you are going to go through the loop as you pictured, just have the patience to bleed, as it is not an instant process.

on the side note, that's a lot of radiator space for a CPU? are you expanding any time soon?
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post #9426 of 20767
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I have a few questions, that I feel like the community here would be able to help me out with it. I have a H220 that I got off ebay, it worked great for about 3 months, but recently the pump has completely failed on me. I went to swiftech seeing if they could help me out, unfortunately they couldn't because I didn't have a receipt for it. I took apart the pump head yesterday and it was full of metal scraps and I don't think there is anything I can do to revive it. I was and still plan on adding a R290 and a another radiator to the loop, but I obviously need to first get liquid moving again. So here are my questions.

- Is there anyway to revive the stock pump?
- If there isn't a way to fix the stock pump, can I add a external pump to the loop and use the H220 cpu block still? (Gut the pump part out possibly?)
- If I can use the stock block still, I need a pump, tubing, and more liquid, correct?

I appreciate any help that comes my way, I'm really itching to get my desktop back up, and I was really loving the benefits of the H220 over previous corsair offerings I tried.

you dont even need to remove the impeller it has been shown several times pumps add little to no restrictions in loops when they are not on when people running 2 pumps in a loop have one die it is not uncommon to leave it in until the next time you rip apart you loop yes you can use another pump or replace with swiftechs pump that will be released soon ! !
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Originally Posted by soad666p View Post

hi first time posting on this topic
i got the h220 and i want to add the 360 rad to the hope
im just bit worried as i will be fitting the 360 up on the top of case and h220 rad on bottom ,
could the pump run dry

basic pic of the lay out

throw a small res in above the pump ! then you should be fine
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you essentially have to either buy a seperate res and try to have it above the block, or be patient when it comes to bleeding the unit of air bubbles. I recently attached a GPU block into my loop, and due to case constraints, none of my 2 reservoirs are above my block(h220 res is at way bottom like your picture one, other res is at the back of the case for ease of refilling externally). I used up a whole day while bleeding my loop with my case on its side, as at the time the pump would not move water on the cases upright position. I moved it back 2 days ago and now the pump works fine. for ease of use, get an extra reservoir if possible. If you are going to go through the loop as you pictured, just have the patience to bleed, as it is not an instant process.

on the side note, that's a lot of radiator space for a CPU? are you expanding any time soon?
you should see some of my loops i have 2x360s for just a 3930k and when i add one gpu into it i will be adding a mosta 480 XD
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post #9427 of 20767
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you essentially have to either buy a seperate res and try to have it above the block, or be patient when it comes to bleeding the unit of air bubbles. I recently attached a GPU block into my loop, and due to case constraints, none of my 2 reservoirs are above my block(h220 res is at way bottom like your picture one, other res is at the back of the case for ease of refilling externally). I used up a whole day while bleeding my loop with my case on its side, as at the time the pump would not move water on the cases upright position. I moved it back 2 days ago and now the pump works fine. for ease of use, get an extra reservoir if possible. If you are going to go through the loop as you pictured, just have the patience to bleed, as it is not an instant process.

on the side note, that's a lot of radiator space for a CPU? are you expanding any time soon?
thank for help , i going to get 290 block soon ,
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Is having the cooler in a push/pull config worth it? Approximately how much can I lower my temps with push/pull.
post #9429 of 20767
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Is having the cooler in a push/pull config worth it? Approximately how much can I lower my temps with push/pull.
The difference is very small. 1-2c is about average using the stock fans.
    
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The difference is very small. 1-2c is about average using the stock fans.

this. just get one set of good fans like GTs or Noctuas and be done with it. P/P not really needed/worth the increase in noise.
 
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