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 Post subject: H220 pump has gone out
 Post Posted: September 13th, 2014, 5:50 am 
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Hi,

Almost burned my i5 4670k after the pump on my H220 has gone out.
I tried plugging it into a different fan headers (CPU_fan / OPT_fan / CHA_fan) and to a totally different motherboard (2nd rig) and pump doesn't work (fans are OK).
I cannot hear any noise coming out of the pump itself nor can I hear the sound of water flowing through the tubes.
Stuck with CPU fan error and CPU over temperature error.


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 Post subject: Re: H220 pump has gone out
 Post Posted: September 13th, 2014, 8:36 am 
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Bonhart wrote:
Hi,

Almost burned my i5 4670k after the pump on my H220 has gone out.
I tried plugging it into a different fan headers (CPU_fan / OPT_fan / CHA_fan) and to a totally different motherboard (2nd rig) and pump doesn't work (fans are OK).
I cannot hear any noise coming out of the pump itself nor can I hear the sound of water flowing through the tubes.
Stuck with CPU fan error and CPU over temperature error.


I'm very sorry to hear about this. Can you tell me if the pump was noisy or was exhibiting any strange sounds prior to this? Can you tell me also how long you've had the kit for and whether you've added any coolant to it since you've had it? I look forward to hearing from you so that I can assist you further with this issue.

Regards,

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Bryan Ramirez, Swiftech Customer Support Team


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 Post subject: Re: H220 pump has gone out
 Post Posted: December 8th, 2014, 12:43 pm 
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I have the kit since October 04, 2013 and have never added any coolant to it. It worked great, so I never tinkered with it.
There was no strange sounds/noise prior to failure. My PC just automatically restarted after reaching 80C+.
I've tried connecting it to my other PC/other headers and it made no difference.

Many Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: H220 pump has gone out
 Post Posted: December 8th, 2014, 1:11 pm 
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Bonhart wrote:
I have the kit since October 04, 2013 and have never added any coolant to it. It worked great, so I never tinkered with it.
There was no strange sounds/noise prior to failure. My PC just automatically restarted after reaching 80C+.
I've tried connecting it to my other PC/other headers and it made no difference.

Many Thanks


Please email at bryan@swiftech.com so that I can assist you further with this issue. It's quite likely though that your kit has simply run low on coolant due to evaporation and that the pump has seized up due to the excess friction that this has caused. I look forward to hearing from you so that I can help you resolve this issue.

Regards,

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