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post #261 of 1734
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge View Post

I promise we'll make the RMA process as pain-free as possible.

Great, that mean it will be FREE and you send us the new unit FIRST such that we won't have to put another CPU Cooler on it while waiting,
In that case I would think it to be fair to customer.
post #262 of 1734
Hey,

I received my voltage dropper today, it's working fine so no need to return the item to the store. wink.gif
I've got no temperature rise on a OC'ed 2700K (4.6Ghz).

Many thanks wlw.



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post #263 of 1734
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Great, that mean it will be FREE and you send us the new unit FIRST such that we won't have to put another CPU Cooler on it while waiting,
In that case I would think it to be fair to customer.
This, any other solution will be massively inconvenient and a expense i can not afford.

Corsair have really let me down with this product.
post #264 of 1734
i wonder if i buy mine straight from corsair will i get a good one now you have the fix
post #265 of 1734
Im crossing my fingers for a Advance RMA service, so that we have no downtime . And also maybe a shortening the screws ? I ended up bending some of the fins while screwing them in frown.gif Corsair make it happen! thumb.gif
post #266 of 1734
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Im crossing my fingers for a Advance RMA service, so that we have no downtime . And also maybe a shortening the screws ? I ended up bending some of the fins while screwing them in frown.gif Corsair make it happen! thumb.gif

bending the fins is fine on the h100 as the fully tightened screws never touch the water channels in fact the screw is next to the water channel...so totally safe! thumb.gif
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i will rma my h100 and hope i will get one that works
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post #268 of 1734
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I can tell you the overall return rate on H100 is very, very low single digits. Like, below a mortgage rate. I realize that doesn't help those of you with the problem, but if you haven't purchased one yet, keep in mind that for every person with an H100 problem there's almost 100 people without a problem.
Are you sure? I guess yours are just small talks and not true statistics. 4 units bought (different retailers!!), 4 units more noisy than an ice grinder at full power, 4 units returned under DSR. the 5th is coming. And I'll go on like that until I'll find one working well, just because I do NOT want to unscrew my motherboard because of a fault of yours. I'd like to know the other 396 people (or 495 in a couple of days?) who have a well working H60.
post #269 of 1734
I think the reason for numbers being low is, because some people are not complaining about it or think that the noise is something that is meant to be there.
Well that's just my opinion.
I can imagine how frustrating is to rma new unit 4-5 times for same problem. I returned two units and it was enough for me to move back to air cooling.
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post #270 of 1734
Keep us updated I just purchased an H100 from Amazon and it had the pump noise as soon as I turned it on. I was going to return it since i did not want to go through 4+ replacements, but since you guys have found the cause and can actually fix it now I may just wait till the rma details come out and do that.
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