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post #31 of 39
With my pump turned down to just above stall, it still sucks air straight through the res if there're any bubbles still in the loop, however after leaving it on 100% overnight, all the bubbles are out of the tubes completely in the morning, even those tiny goddamn annoying micro bubbles wink.gif My pump is a swiftech 355 with toshiba pcb, and an XSPC acrylic res top.
post #32 of 39
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Yeah, like I said earlier, I've tried to leave it on full, over 2 nights and the bubbles weren't going away.. Then 10 seconds after turning the pump down I could begin to hear bubbles passing and the pump getting quieter and quieter to the point where I can barley even hear it.
Edited by antonr90 - 12/8/11 at 11:17am
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post #33 of 39
Now top that res off and it shouldn't make any noise at any pump speed >.o
post #34 of 39
Good to hear you resolved that problem. My brothers loop had a problem where the tubing had a major bubble that wouldnt bleed because the flow was high enough, had to attach a fan controller to boost the pump up until the bubble finally aired out and pumped through.
post #35 of 39
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Yeah, I'll top it off when I get home today. I'm just glad I got this solved, was making me really irritated. Was beginning to worry I had a bad pump.
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post #36 of 39
Glad you got it solved without having to replace anything. Watercooling is pricey enough without replacements.
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post #37 of 39
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Originally Posted by antonr90 View Post

Yeah, I'll top it off when I get home today. I'm just glad I got this solved, was making me really irritated. Was beginning to worry I had a bad pump.

There's probably more of you out there that didn't bother enough to troubleshoot the problem, I can only imagine how many gave up on this wonderful pump! This is why I always recommend the variable speed MCP655 pump, less headache!
post #38 of 39
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Well I finally got a chance to hook it up to my controller, set it as low as I could and FINALLY the pump has become almost dead silent, other than the few occasional air bubbles passing through..Temperatures seem pretty much the same aswell (edit: actually temp's are even lower now). Thanks for that advice smile.gif.. I'm pretty sure the whole problem was the pump, pumping way too fast, and air bubbles just going straight out of the inlet.
+ Rep to everyone who has helped.

HA AHAHAH HEAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAH --shakes grog in one hand with foam flying all over the place-- Good show my man!
post #39 of 39
Hi can u plz tell me which speed controller u used to control this pump in having the same problems with this pump ,thank you
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