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post #11 of 17
Actually you need to go download firmware and software at Corsair. These noises are a known issue and has been resolved with a simple update to download.

You can find more information at Corsair's forums and plus Corsair Cooler clubs here in this forum. I'll find the link for you!thumb.gif

Here ya go.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1236923/corsair-h100-h80-h60-noise-grinding-pump-fix-official-corsair-response
post #12 of 17
Hi Hukkie,

Any idea what the net air flow of the two 120's through the radiator would amount to?

Ron
post #13 of 17
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Actually you need to go download firmware and software at Corsair. These noises are a known issue and has been resolved with a simple update to download.
You can find more information at Corsair's forums and plus Corsair Cooler clubs here in this forum. I'll find the link for you!thumb.gif
Here ya go.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1236923/corsair-h100-h80-h60-noise-grinding-pump-fix-official-corsair-response
If you read my post a little closer you will see that I did that right away and now its all working as intended, thanks though for trying to help smile.gif
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Hi Hukkie,
Any idea what the net air flow of the two 120's through the radiator would amount to?
Ron
I dont really know to be honest, but easily enough I would say smile.gif
post #14 of 17
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post #16 of 17
is it possible a comparison with P95. What are your results then ??
post #17 of 17
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is it possible a comparison with P95. What are your results then ??

Havent used P95 after installing the H80i but sure I can do that and post the results.

CPU is a 2600K OC'ed to 4.6GHz, il post temps soon.

EDIT: Well that did not go as planned biggrin.gif Systemcrash after a little while, guess the clock isnt stable at that level of stress simply, but as it was able to run for about 10 minutes the temp-results should be correct.

Highest Core: 68C
Lowest Core: 59C
Package Temp: Pended between 69C and 71C before crashing.

Not to bothered by the crash however, I have never had a crash before this or any form of instability in the system and I do play alot of heavy games such as BF3.
Edited by Hukkie - 12/3/12 at 9:42pm
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