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post #191 of 20809
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I really hope this thing quiets down from what is sounded like during my leak test
You mean the pump noise? Are you sure you filled the system completely? Even so, it'll take some time for all the bubbles to work out of the system.
post #192 of 20809
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Anyone getting audible liquid noises from the pump? Sounds like it hasnt been topped off correctly frown.gif

That is exactly what I am getting. Even after getting the noise I went back to check fluid levels and it is at the top. It seemed worse when I mounted the rad with the fill hole facing down. It almost seems like its not getting enough water but I cant get any more water in there. I am hoping that it was only doing it with my leak test and it will quiet down over time.
post #193 of 20809
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That is exactly what I am getting. Even after getting the noise I went back to check fluid levels and it is at the top. It seemed worse when I mounted the rad with the fill hole facing down. It almost seems like its not getting enough water but I cant get any more water in there. I am hoping that it was only doing it with my leak test and it will quiet down over time.

It should quiet down over time. Even if the unit is full there are still very small bubbles that should eventually work their up to the top.
post #194 of 20809
If you are getting air bubble noises with your new H220, I think that is normal at first. Both mine did that for a little while. I ran them at 90% for awhile, and restarted several times. It ended up going away.
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post #195 of 20809
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Anyone getting audible liquid noises from the pump? Sounds like it hasnt been topped off correctly frown.gif

it's pretty much normal at least in my experience. If you have the radiator mounted with the fill port upside down, you'll get this a lot (the res acts as an air trap when mounted fill port up).

My little sound experiment and noise demo is up:
it goes away after a few minutes. It'll probably come back when you power the PC off and the air moves back.
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post #196 of 20809
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Uh oh -- that's exactly what happened to me. My new unit should arrive on Friday. sadsmiley.gif

Contact Swiftech directly. They were great about replacing my defective unit.

Thank you AdamMT, I will rma right away. I hope you have better luck with your new unit.
post #197 of 20809
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just got mine in my first ever build. Hope to have everything up and running tomorrow. Did a little customizing before putting it in.

Nice, im going to do the same but in different color!! When i get the chance!!
post #198 of 20809
And here is the video unboxing, not your typical video. Enjoy guys and lets start using the full potential of this little monster! http://youtu.be/7-U1yVVfeAY thumb.gif
post #199 of 20809
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Nice, im going to do the same but in different color!! When i get the chance!!
If so, do use colored tubing instead of dye. I've read where dye can significantly increase temperatures -- as much as 4-5 degrees.
post #200 of 20809
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If so, do use colored tubing instead of dye. I've read where dye can significantly increase temperatures -- as much as 4-5 degrees.

Before buying I red severals review and never heard this. You may be thinking of Mayhems Pastel Colors, as they do perform about 5 degress worse than mayhems X1 when under load.
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