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Looks like I'll need one of these adapters as I have tried doing the flicking thing and managed to make it go away for a slight amount of time, it keeps coming back and going, coming back and going. Would you say to keep trying by flicking and slightly moving the tubes?
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Looks like I'll need one of these adapters as I have tried doing the flicking thing and managed to make it go away for a slight amount of time, it keeps coming back and going, coming back and going. Would you say to keep trying by flicking and slightly moving the tubes?

Get an adapter or run the pump off a fan controller. Either of those *should* fix it completely.

Best of luck...
    
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Hey i'm getting this problem and i have no idea of how to build one of those adapters, any chance to get guidance? smile.gif
I will soon jump off a bridge due to the buzzing/grinding noise.
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Get an adapter or run the pump off a fan controller. Either of those *should* fix it completely.
Best of luck...


I suppose u mean this adapter:
http://www.akasa.com.tw/update.php?tpl=product/product.detail.tpl&no=181&type=Cables&type_sub=Fan%20Cable%20Adapters&model=AK-CB423-ADPT

i want to use this with my fan controller. would that be possible?
post #45 of 63
Well I have had h100 9 months and 5 months ago it was clicking then I'm Feb I took it off to clean it good and it never worked again.. just rma it now it is very easy and quick or send to were you got it if it only 2 weeks old

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I suppose u mean this adapter:
http://www.akasa.com.tw/update.php?tpl=product/product.detail.tpl&no=181&type=Cables&type_sub=Fan%20Cable%20Adapters&model=AK-CB423-ADPT
i want to use this with my fan controller. would that be possible?

Yeah. That should work fine. That's basically how I attach my H100 to a fan controller as well. Back the pump RPMs off just a teeny bit and it goes completely silent...
    
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@ s1rrah


Ok thanks !
post #48 of 63
Boy after planning and deciding which cooler to get for my new build I find this flaw.. disappointing. So my question for you folks is should I wait til corsair to release the updated version or jump in now and expect the defect product and use the voltage dropper methods? I should have all the parts within the next 2-3 months.
post #49 of 63
Using either an in line voltage dropping adapter or simply plugging the pump into a typical powered fan controller header, are both very easy solutions and seem to work in most cases.

If you can handle either of those easily, just get one now.

Good cooler when it's hacked into silence.

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post #50 of 63
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Using either an in line voltage dropping adapter or simply plugging the pump into a typical powered fan controller header, are both very easy solutions and seem to work in most cases.
If you can handle either of those easily, just get one now.
Good cooler when it's hacked into silence.
:-)

Thanks, it is great to hear that the success rate with the voltage adapter is higher than the defected item I think I will get one.

And since its been a long time since my last build I was hoping if someone can confirm if I'm doing this correctly. I'll be replacing the stock fans and connect them to the motherboard cpu opt header to control the rpm, connect the 3-pin h100 block to the cpu fan header, and then connect the block's 4-pin molex to voltage adapter and to the psu 4-pin is this correct? Since I don't have the fan controller is there a way to control the block's rpm or do I not have to worry because the v.adapter will fix that for me?
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