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post #5801 of 21173 (permalink) Old 08-13-2013, 01:43 PM
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So if I fill / drain my loop from the built in Reservoir for the H220 / H320, then I shouldn't have to do that right?

Yes, that's right. The additional reservoir will then act as an additional air trap and give you a visual means to monitor your coolant level.

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post #5802 of 21173 (permalink) Old 08-13-2013, 07:05 PM
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My pump has suddenly stopped reporting its RPM. Controlling it via PWM still works though. Is this a known problem, and is this fixable?
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My pump has suddenly stopped reporting its RPM. Controlling it via PWM still works though. Is this a known problem, and is this fixable?


What program are you measuring the RPM with? Afew have been known to falsely report RPM.
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So an update on the temps. Although I am still having the occasional pump stop issue, especially when shutting the system down for any longer than an hour or so.

But here's what it's doing with two 4GB GTX 670's in a parallel loop, stock rad / res in push, and Swiftech 120 rad in pull:

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These EK GPU blocks are SO nice!! Those load temps are what I am seeing with almost every game. SO nyou gotta hand it to that little pump in the H220 for doing it's job (when it's working) thumb.gif

Here's a snap of the current config for reference.




I'll be going off of the AIO though in a month or so turning this into an EK CSQ and acrylic loop over time. But it certainly does the job for now.
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So an update on the temps. Although I am still having the occasional pump stop issue, especially when shutting the system down for any longer than an hour or so.

But here's what it's doing with two 4GB GTX 670's in a parallel loop, stock rad / res in push, and Swiftech 120 rad in pull:




Here's a snap of the current config for reference.




I'll be going off of the AIO though in a month or so turning this into an EK CSQ and acrylic loop over time. But it certainly does the job for now.

Dude I have that same paracord for some of my sleeving. But I mixed it with white smile.gif.
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Almost looks like that bottom port on the side radiator is about to kink... The one right over top the CSQ block...


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Almost looks like that bottom port on the side radiator is about to kink... The one right over top the CSQ block...

It IS about to kink... it's certainly NOT ideal, and it was perfect prior to filling and testing. In fact I even left the tubing connected without water for 24 hours to make sure that a few things were dialed in and this was one of them. This angle is the worst view of it though, there really is not a restriction at all there. Probably because of the shortness of the run.

If you look at it from the top you can't tell much at all. It's all temporary anyway... rolleyes.gif
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Dude I have that same paracord for some of my sleeving. But I mixed it with white smile.gif.

Which one...? The red and black mixed stuff?
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Which one...? The red and black mixed stuff?

yeah. MrParacord.com calls it "thin red line". Imaginative, I know..rolleyes.gif
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I might be ordering the H220 pretty soon, is the thermal paste included with it as good as a TX4 since the only thermal paste I have is the cool laboratory pro

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