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post #11 of 17
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Yeah, that's pretty much exactly the sound I got. It was more like the first one yesterday though. Hopefully they are willing to help. trying to get some better recording of it just in case they want it.

For now I'll just have to use my headphones to block the sound out.
Cool man, let us know how it works out. I think the video you posted should be sufficient for them to determine that there is an issue.

I use my headphones to cancel out my fans, works well.
Edited by anubis1127 - 8/11/11 at 11:29am
post #12 of 17
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Yeah. I really should get a T-line, just to make these sort of things much easier.
While speaking of it, is there any preferred place in the loop to put the T-line?
post #13 of 17
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While speaking of it, is there any preferred place in the loop to put the T-line?
The lowest place in the loop. Gravity, you know.

...assuming you intend to use it as a drain line.
post #14 of 17
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Oh right, gravity. Forgot about that.
Cheers
post #15 of 17
Mine sounded like that a few hours ago, I turned the rad fans off, Primed my CPU (p95) for 20minutes, the 750 Res got very warm to the touch, and the noize slowly went away, it's whisper quiet not.

Try that?

EDIT:, Iv'e got a temp sensor on my rad, and it was around 44C when I was streesing my CPU. Hope this helps.
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Check this out for draining. Its what im going to use .
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post #17 of 17
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Mine sounded like that a few hours ago, I turned the rad fans off, Primed my CPU (p95) for 20minutes, the 750 Res got very warm to the touch, and the noize slowly went away, it's whisper quiet not.

Try that?

EDIT:, Iv'e got a temp sensor on my rad, and it was around 44C when I was streesing my CPU. Hope this helps.
I tried it, and it was a bit more quiet for a short while, but now it's rattling away again.

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Check this out for draining. Its what im going to use .
Edit: Didn't see the picture at first, looked at tiny pic, and though it was made differently.
But yeah, will probably get something like that
Edited by Seaweed - 8/11/11 at 3:33pm
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