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Isn't it expensive that?

Yeah. It's overkill.net ; what's your point? wheee.gif
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If it doesn't sit accurately leveled, what can happen?

Where is the chamber roof located?

I'm reading that the pump noise is normal and you just need to bleed your system for 24 hrs. or so to completely get rid of the air?
Then that aquarium noise went away eventually?

"Chamber" is a generic term. Obviously the roof is the top or highest point(s).
The Rad can be thought of as connecting chambers, and same for the whole CLC.

If the rad is mounted on the bottom of the case and it is tilted, the air can rise up out of the rad into the hoses etc.
Do you pick up one end of the case and dust under it?
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Update here, the noise that I was concerned about ended up being 90% the top of the pump case, it vibrates with the pump and makes it 2-3 times louder. Put a rubberband around it and it's quieter now, also put it into a mobo header at lower speed and now it's imperceptible above the fans.

Still, I am losing a small amount of performance by doing this but in reality... no way do I want to go back to the stock cooler and 80 degree temps while folding; along with 80-100% fan noise thumb.gif
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Hmmm, I too am wondering what kind of sound should one be expecting for these AIO pumps. This is my first one so I cannot compare.
These make a whiny, chirpy sound to my ear. I found them to be least intrusive at 6v, although I didn't get to try at 7v and didn't try less than 5v for fear of them not pushing enough water. Most of my fans are spinning less than 700rpm and the pumps are definitely louder than all of them.
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Originally Posted by dmanstasiu View Post

We're talking about CLC pumps tongue.gif

Right.
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"Chamber" is a generic term. Obviously the roof is the top or highest point(s).
The Rad can be thought of as connecting chambers, and same for the whole CLC.

If the rad is mounted on the bottom of the case and it is tilted, the air can rise up out of the rad into the hoses etc.
Do you pick up one end of the case and dust under it?

Ah. What do you mean do I pick up one end of the case and dust under it?
Edited by kevindd992002 - 1/10/13 at 4:11am
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Right.
Ah. What do you mean do I pick up one end of the case and dust under it?
It's a potential failure scenario for bottom mounted rads. Tilting the system could allow bubbles in the rad to rise up into the pump.
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It's a potential failure scenario for bottom mounted rads. Tilting the system could allow bubbles in the rad to rise up into the pump.

Ok got that. So I will know that air bubbles is present if my temps are affected and if the pump is noisy?

Let's say I move my system from one place to another, then that will potentially introduce air bubbles, right? What will I do to remedy that? Tilt it in all directions again?
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Ok got that. So I will know that air bubbles is present if my temps are affected and if the pump is noisy?

Let's say I move my system from one place to another, then that will potentially introduce air bubbles, right? What will I do to remedy that? Tilt it in all directions again?

I'm not sure about the pump noise and performance loss. My H20 920 experience has been "Do or Die" with respect to bubbles in the pump.

You got a handle on the rest of it.
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Ok got that. So I will know that air bubbles is present if my temps are affected and if the pump is noisy?
You will know if air bubbles are in the pump because it will make a horrible noise when you turn it on.
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what does everyone think to the swiftech h220? as a cpu cooler aswell as gpu.
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