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thx man, how did you fill up the loop? did u have to put the case sideway?


The case is very modular, to fill the loop i removed the side IO panel to get access to the fillport. I can also drain it by tilting the case over on a table and let it drain out.


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Has anyone tested the new X2 Prestige NB eLoops pulling from radiator?
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

For 2 times to happen is not right. Something is causing it.
How have you hooked up the H320X?

First was the H240 X, which I purchased for a 6700K build. The pump on that was terrible so it was returned. Now on the X99 build, I went with the H320 X2 hoping to get a better pump - no good. I installed it out of the case by connecting the Pump Sata to my psu and the pump PWM connector directly to my mobo pwm header. Ran it 100% duty cycle for 10 mins to get the air bubbles out while shaking and twisting, turning like one of those bop-it toys back in the 90's. After that, I switched fan profiles to silent and that's where the ticking starts - Same routine for both H240 X and H 320 X2.

I tried everything from 2 drops of Dawn dish soap to the equivalent of strapping the thing onto a jack hammer to get air bubbles out.
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Has anyone tested the new X2 Prestige NB eLoops pulling from radiator?

doyll, I asked this a page back or so and haven't received a response either. I'm thinking of ordering an X2 Prestige and running it in Pull config, but I've read that eloops drone/buzz when used in Pull so I'm kind of worried... especially if the 3rd H unit comes with a bunk pump, that's definitely going to suck.
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The case is very modular, to fill the loop i removed the side IO panel to get access to the fillport. I can also drain it by tilting the case over on a table and let it drain out.



Oh nice I see. I didn't know there's another port on the side of the H240X.

Yea I can't fill my H240X like that cause my case is not like yours, it's NZXT 810 Switch. So I can't get access to the fill port unles I take the H240X out of the case.

Also, when you fill it, you have to put your case flat on the table right? You can't fill it with the case standing like that?
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You have to lie it flat on the table, you cannot fill it standing up because it'll spill out. If you're using soft tubing you can move it around and fill it before putting it back in, righ rigid lines you pretty much need to drill a hole where the fill port would be.

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Oh nice I see. I didn't know there's another port on the side of the H240X.

Yea I can't fill my H240X like that cause my case is not like yours, it's NZXT 810 Switch. So I can't get access to the fill port unles I take the H240X out of the case.

Also, when you fill it, you have to put your case flat on the table right? You can't fill it with the case standing like that?
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post #18236 of 20731
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

First was the H240 X, which I purchased for a 6700K build. The pump on that was terrible so it was returned. Now on the X99 build, I went with the H320 X2 hoping to get a better pump - no good. I installed it out of the case by connecting the Pump Sata to my psu and the pump PWM connector directly to my mobo pwm header. Ran it 100% duty cycle for 10 mins to get the air bubbles out while shaking and twisting, turning like one of those bop-it toys back in the 90's. After that, I switched fan profiles to silent and that's where the ticking starts - Same routine for both H240 X and H 320 X2.

I tried everything from 2 drops of Dawn dish soap to the equivalent of strapping the thing onto a jack hammer to get air bubbles out.
doyll, I asked this a page back or so and haven't received a response either. I'm thinking of ordering an X2 Prestige and running it in Pull config, but I've read that eloops drone/buzz when used in Pull so I'm kind of worried... especially if the 3rd H unit comes with a bunk pump, that's definitely going to suck.
Have you tried one of these 'defective' units on a different psu and motherboard? Wouldn't be the first time the 'tick' was the result of one of them. wink.gif

Thanks for the pull info. Seems no testing has been done or at lest not reported. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

First was the H240 X, which I purchased for a 6700K build. The pump on that was terrible so it was returned. Now on the X99 build, I went with the H320 X2 hoping to get a better pump - no good. I installed it out of the case by connecting the Pump Sata to my psu and the pump PWM connector directly to my mobo pwm header. Ran it 100% duty cycle for 10 mins to get the air bubbles out while shaking and twisting, turning like one of those bop-it toys back in the 90's. After that, I switched fan profiles to silent and that's where the ticking starts - Same routine for both H240 X and H 320 X2.

I tried everything from 2 drops of Dawn dish soap to the equivalent of strapping the thing onto a jack hammer to get air bubbles out.
doyll, I asked this a page back or so and haven't received a response either. I'm thinking of ordering an X2 Prestige and running it in Pull config, but I've read that eloops drone/buzz when used in Pull so I'm kind of worried... especially if the 3rd H unit comes with a bunk pump, that's definitely going to suck.

Did you, by any chance, let either of these run for a couple of days to see if they needed to finish bleeding?
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Have you tried one of these 'defective' units on a different psu and motherboard? Wouldn't be the first time the 'tick' was the result of one of them. wink.gif

Thanks for the pull info. Seems no testing has been done or at lest not reported. wink.gif

I had an Asus Impact VIII, Gene VIII when I tested the H240 X with a Corsair AX650 PSU. After those still had a ticking issue, I switched over to an Asus X99M-WS and EVGA 850 P2 PSU. With the X99 config, I had already sent back the H240 X and purchased the current H320 X2. I wanted to use the AIO this time around for convenience sake with the built in pump+res. But after all these returns, I'm just going to go with custom.
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Did you, by any chance, let either of these run for a couple of days to see if they needed to finish bleeding?

I have not, the longest I bled the H320 X2 for was a total of 3 hours. At this point, I'm just going to return it and go custom. The 10 minute bleed was only the initial bleed after pulling it out of the box. After the ticking noise, I continued for 3 hours.
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Originally Posted by sexpot View Post

I had an Asus Impact VIII, Gene VIII when I tested the H240 X with a Corsair AX650 PSU. After those still had a ticking issue, I switched over to an Asus X99M-WS and EVGA 850 P2 PSU. With the X99 config, I had already sent back the H240 X and purchased the current H320 X2. I wanted to use the AIO this time around for convenience sake with the built in pump+res. But after all these returns, I'm just going to go with custom.
I have not, the longest I bled the H320 X2 for was a total of 3 hours. At this point, I'm just going to return it and go custom. The 10 minute bleed was only the initial bleed after pulling it out of the box. After the ticking noise, I continued for 3 hours.

Most times these take a day or two to get all of the air bubbles out. Many have reported noisy pumps out of the box that subsides in 24-48 hours.
post #18240 of 20731
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Most times these take a day or two to get all of the air bubbles out. Many have reported noisy pumps out of the box that subsides in 24-48 hours.

Thank you, that's good to know for future references. thumb.gif At this point, I've already dropped off the H320 X2 so there's no turning back now unless I pull a Fast and Furious UPS truck heist. biggrin.gif
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