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as the title says, my pump has been making a crackling noise for a while now. it happened after i accidentally unplugged it and the cpu got to 100*C+ in temperature, and the water probably boiled a bit.

i immediately shut down, plugged it in, and cooled the CPU. however, this left one of my tubes (which was ghetto-rigged sticking semi-far away from the motherboard) kinked almost to the point that no water could get through. i redid my loop today, and it is still making the noise. possibly worse than it was.

did the restriction kill my pump? is cracking a "pump going out" noise? (think a plastic grocery bag that you just set down. the noise it makes as it settles.)

in addition, the speed potentiometer on the bottom (or back, whatever) just spins in circles. i dont think it changes anything, and i can spin it around three times in a circle, so i think its broken. when i got it, it was on like half so i had just left it until today.

finally, can one of these pumps handle a full motherboard (three blocks), a CPU, and a 360 rad (with mostly 90 degree fittings?)

can it handle it if i add a 580 and a 280 radiator to the loop?

hope some experienced people can help.
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That doesn't sound right, I thought the speed settings on D5 pumps were meant to click in an arc not wind up.

Your pump doesn't sound the full ticket if you meant what I think you did, I would look to RMA or at the least contact swiftech.

Also, don't worry about your CPU getting hot, I'm pretty sure that wont have caused any of the problems you're getting, in fact it's pretty unlikely you boiled any water even unless you had it at that temp a fair while.
    
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This should answer a few of your questions.

The Pump And Rad Optimizer by Martin of MML
http://martinsliquidlab.org/pump-and...r-spreadsheet/
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post #4 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by Skoobs View Post

in addition, the speed potentiometer on the bottom (or back, whatever) just spins in circles. i dont think it changes anything, and i can spin it around three times in a circle, so i think its broken. when i got it, it was on like half so i had just left it until today.

finally, can one of these pumps handle a full motherboard (three blocks), a CPU, and a 360 rad (with mostly 90 degree fittings?)

can it handle it if i add a 580 and a 280 radiator to the loop?

hope some experienced people can help.
FYI - my MCP655 adjustment pot does not completely spin. It stops at the max setting.
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post #5 of 11
Is it possible that the pump has air in it? My 655 makes a crackling sound when it has air in it? It is easy to see an air bubble with clear tubing, but not so easy otherwise?
post #6 of 11
I don't have a motherboard block but my 655-b is running a cpu 5970 block 5870 block and 2 a rx360 at top of my case and a rx240 at the bottom no problems.
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post #7 of 11
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That doesn't sound right, I thought the speed settings on D5 pumps were meant to click in an arc not wind up.

Your pump doesn't sound the full ticket if you meant what I think you did, I would look to RMA or at the least contact swiftech.

Also, don't worry about your CPU getting hot, I'm pretty sure that wont have caused any of the problems you're getting, in fact it's pretty unlikely you boiled any water even unless you had it at that temp a fair while.
the CPU heated the tubing which caused it to kink. before it had never gotten much over room temperature and it was hardly bent at all.
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Is it possible that the pump has air in it? My 655 makes a crackling sound when it has air in it? It is easy to see an air bubble with clear tubing, but not so easy otherwise?
it started making the noise after i had been running the loop for about a year (i think) so there was no air in it.
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FYI - my MCP655 adjustment pot does not completely spin. It stops at the max setting.
yeah thats what i figured. which is why i mentioned it =)

i wonder if it was broken when i received it...

(about a year ago?) do they have a warranty that will cover it after a year of use?
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yeah thats what i figured. which is why i mentioned it =)

i wonder if it was broken when i received it...

(about a year ago?) do they have a warranty that will cover it after a year of use?
Well - Swiftech does have a 24 month warranty on their pumps (assuming it has not been disassembled). When my pump arrived it was preset to max. Probably wouldnt hurt to contact the vendor and see.
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