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post #5641 of 21195 (permalink) Old 08-09-2013, 01:46 AM
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I've been running an asetek550 for 3yrs. Pump is powered via a 3pin plug, its runs at 100% all the time on the SYSFAN header of the mobo. It's adjustable by voltage regulation, but its really more designed to run at constant speed (afaict).

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Hello, i need help. I used the 8 long silver screws to mount my radiator to my case with the fans on the bottom. Was i supposed to use the long screws to mount the radiator to the case or did i damage the fins underneath.

if you put the screws through the radiator (Case=>rad=>fans) then you damaged the unit

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if you put the screws through the radiator (Case=>rad=>fans) then you damaged the unit

It is performing well and it is mounted the way i wanted it. Should i be worried?
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Most AIOs are voltage controlled, buy they are of a different design. It all has to do with the design of the PCB in the pump/fan. The H220 (and Apogee Drive II, MCP655-PWM, and Helix PWM fans, for that matter) are designed exclusively for PWM control will be damaged when run on voltage control. How long it takes is somewhat random, but it is a matter of when, not if. The MCP655 and Helix fans have voltage-controlled variants that will not be damaged with voltage control. I believe the MCP35X is PWM-only as well, but I don't remember.
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Oh ok yea I have the Sabertooth Z77 board, glad all of the 4pin headers are PWM, I just checked the manual too, thx for clarifying them smile.gif

I forgot to ask you one more thing. Are all the pumps from these Asetek / CoolIT based like the corsair H100i, H80i, H110, NZXT X40 / X60, Thermaltake Water 3.0, etc...like are all the pumps from these AIO coolers adjustable? Like can you run the pump speed according to the temperature? Or does it have to run at the max speed at always? Because I checked the spec of all the pumps from these AIO coolers, they're all pretty much like 2500rpm +/- 200rpm.

This is the Swiftech H220-H320 owners club. Go to the general watercooling forum for your answers since you don't intend to buy the Swiftech product. I knew you were OCD and would wind up shooting yourself in your foot. Get a life.

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Phelan, do you remember some earlier post mentioning that Swiftech was going to make the radiator slightly thicker to relieve the flow restriction issue in the radiator?

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Phelan, do you remember some earlier post mentioing that Swiftech was going to make the radiator slightly thicker to relieve the flow restriction issue in the radiator?

I haven't seen a post of such. The main reason for the flow restriction in the swivel barbs anyway, not the rad itself. The core is similar to the mcr220-qp-res, but with a couple moved water channels so that over-tightened screws that push through don't create leaks.
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It is performing well and it is mounted the way i wanted it. Should i be worried?
See my above post. The unit is damaged aesthetically from this but because the fins behind the screws don't see air flow really anyway, you won't see a performance difference. The H220 rad is unique in the regard that it won't leak if screws are over-tightened, unlike all other AIOs.
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