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post #9871 of 20904
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Hi ,I bought H220 two weeks ago and from the first day I hear the buzz from the pump. That's normal ?

It depends on whether or not the buzz that you're hearing is noticeable over the stock fans. If you can only just barely hear it when the fans are at their lowest and you really can't hear it all when they are at full speed, then this is normal. If you are experiencing noise that is louder than this though then please give the instructions in the OP for removing air from the pump to quiet it down.
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I hear buzz all the time on idle and stress as well. Fans are quiet

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where can I find the instructions how to do it ?
Edited by irek83 - 4/23/14 at 2:46pm
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Hi, after reading through almost all the pages and after seeing so many different experiences with particularly the h220 I've decided to wait for the h220x. I like the idea of expandability later in the future and Swiftechs awesome customer service. I have an old Antec 1200 that I have plans to mod because I have the tools necessary and materials. My plan is to start with the H220x and then purchase a beefy 360 rad that I would mount in the front rite behind the intake fans in a P/P format. Therefore, would switching my original intake case fans for better ones and then what configuration of fans should I put on the rad in P/P to optimize the cooling? Would the h220x + 360 be sufficient to optimally cool my cpu & gpu? My PC is utilized for continuos general use and heavy gaming. I'm currently doing a full tear down of my PC and will completely overhaul it once Intel releases the new chips.
post #9874 of 20904
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Hi, after reading through almost all the pages and after seeing so many different experiences with particularly the h220 I've decided to wait for the h220x. I like the idea of expandability later in the future and Swiftechs awesome customer service. I have an old Antec 1200 that I have plans to mod because I have the tools necessary and materials. My plan is to start with the H220x and then purchase a beefy 360 rad that I would mount in the front rite behind the intake fans in a P/P format. Therefore, would switching my original intake case fans for better ones and then what configuration of fans should I put on the rad in P/P to optimize the cooling? Would the h220x + 360 be sufficient to optimally cool my cpu & gpu? My PC is utilized for continuos general use and heavy gaming. I'm currently doing a full tear down of my PC and will completely overhaul it once Intel releases the new chips.

The H220X and an additional 3x120mm rad will be more than enough for just a CPU and GPU loop. You should get really good temperatures with a setup like that. Push/ pull is a personal choice and will depend on what radiator you plan to get, what fans you intend to use, and what noise level versus performance you're trying to get. There are too many variables to go over them all in a single post.
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How would a Coolermaster Glacer 240l + 360mm rad for 1 cpu and 1 gpu work? I am looking at being mainly quiet, but cooling power is always nice. Also how should i setup the loop? I don't have a GPU block atm, so i was thinking 240mm rad/res > Pump/CPU block > 360mm Rad > 240mmRad/Res.

Thanks
post #9876 of 20904
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How would a Coolermaster Glacer 240l + 360mm rad for 1 cpu and 1 gpu work? I am looking at being mainly quiet, but cooling power is always nice. Also how should i setup the loop? I don't have a GPU block atm, so i was thinking 240mm rad/res > Pump/CPU block > 360mm Rad > 240mmRad/Res.

Thanks

The order of your loop doesn't make any difference. If this is being used in the HAF Stacker you should have enough room to put both radiators in the separate compartment and then just run the tubing down to your CPU/ pump. From there it will go to your GPU and then back up to the 3x120mm radiator. So long as you have the pump being fed directly by the Glacer's radiator after that it really doesn't make any difference how you set up the loop. Just make the shortest runs between components and that's why the GPU should come after the CPU/ pump unit.
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post #9877 of 20904
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The order of your loop doesn't make any difference. If this is being used in the HAF Stacker you should have enough room to put both radiators in the separate compartment and then just run the tubing down to your CPU/ pump. From there it will go to your GPU and then back up to the 3x120mm radiator. So long as you have the pump being fed directly by the Glacer's radiator after that it really doesn't make any difference how you set up the loop. Just make the shortest runs between components and that's why the GPU should come after the CPU/ pump unit.

Sounds good! Thanks.
post #9878 of 20904
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The H220X and an additional 3x120mm rad will be more than enough for just a CPU and GPU loop. You should get really good temperatures with a setup like that. Push/ pull is a personal choice and will depend on what radiator you plan to get, what fans you intend to use, and what noise level versus performance you're trying to get. There are too many variables to go over them all in a single post.

After reading so many posts stating that P/P isn't worth it because of a 1-3° temp drop and then others stating that it can vary based on the rad itself and/or whether you have static pressure fans in combination with AF fans? I feel like there's more mixed reviews on this than solid info. As far as noise level to performance based on the little research I've done the GT-AP15's have dissapeared from the face of the earth and my next best being the Noctua NF-F12's. Anything in between or along those lines?
post #9879 of 20904
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Originally Posted by tcFA20 View Post

After reading so many posts stating that P/P isn't worth it because of a 1-3° temp drop and then others stating that it can vary based on the rad itself and/or whether you have static pressure fans in combination with AF fans? I feel like there's more mixed reviews on this than solid info. As far as noise level to performance based on the little research I've done the GT-AP15's have dissapeared from the face of the earth and my next best being the Noctua NF-F12's. Anything in between or along those lines?

I bought 5 GT Ap-14's off amazon. for 18 a piece. I would choose those over the noctuas.
post #9880 of 20904
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How would a Coolermaster Glacer 240l + 360mm rad for 1 cpu and 1 gpu work? I am looking at being mainly quiet, but cooling power is always nice. Also how should i setup the loop? I don't have a GPU block atm, so i was thinking 240mm rad/res > Pump/CPU block > 360mm Rad > 240mmRad/Res.

Thanks

I would also suggest putting a separate reservoir in the loop.
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