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post #2791 of 20724
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Originally Posted by italstal View Post

I had a very similar problem with the pump i got back from my initial rma (your video sounds very much like mine did). I even ran all the liquid in my loop through a coffee filter and it did not solve it (the debris were trapped inside the pump). I was told by Bryan at swiftech to flush the pump and loop with distilled water 3-5 times. Send Bryan (BramSLI1 on this site) a pm, and I am sure he can tell you the steps to properly flush it all if you do not know how.

Also, just filter the coolant currently in the loop when you empty, then flush everything with distilled, refill the loop with the filtered coolant and top it off with distilled.

Thanks, got your PM on it. I might give it a shot doing it that way if I have to.
post #2792 of 20724
Pic of the HAF-XB in action.






Edited by dsmwookie - 5/16/13 at 7:17am
post #2793 of 20724
Nice. I'll be putting mine in my haf xb too. But why do you have your fans set up that way? Wouldn't it be better to switch the direction of airflow on either the h220 fans or your back radiator? Seems like they would be fighting for cool air...
post #2794 of 20724
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Originally Posted by Nightz2k View Post

Here's a quick video I just uploaded with my camera. Picks up the sound just as I hear it and I moved it away a bit to prove it's definitely the pump. (Unfortunately)


That's at 100% speed.


This is the same exact noise I was hearing from the pump even after a SUCCESSFUL flush of the system.
Edited by Ardi - 5/16/13 at 7:50am
post #2795 of 20724
All the fans are setup to intake. I have both radiators in push pull. At least I m pretty sure they are set to intake. I figured the 90mm fans underneath the HAF-XB can exhaust and Ill put some 120/140s on the top to intake as well.

I appreciate the compliments. I m excited about the the little copper plate for the VRMs. I d like to get a second one and X-fire the 7950s, but I m kind of waiting on news about the 8000 series first.
post #2796 of 20724
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Originally Posted by Ardi View Post

This is the same exact noise I was hearing from the pump even after a SUCCESSFUL flush of the system.

Sent you a PM. Don't worry, we'll get this resolved for you one way or another.
post #2797 of 20724
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Originally Posted by dsmwookie View Post

All the fans are setup to intake. I have both radiators in push pull. At least I m pretty sure they are set to intake. I figured the 90mm fans underneath the HAF-XB can exhaust and Ill put some 120/140s on the top to intake as well.

I appreciate the compliments. I m excited about the the little copper plate for the VRMs. I d like to get a second one and X-fire the 7950s, but I m kind of waiting on news about the 8000 series first.

The fans on your radiators are set up as exhaust because they're pushing air out of your case. You'll get better temperature results on your water cooled components by setting them up as intakes instead.
post #2798 of 20724
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

The fans on your radiators are set up as exhaust because they're pushing air out of your case. You'll get better temperature results on your water cooled components by setting them up as intakes instead.
it looks like everything is setup as exhaust in the pictures and as described. this is a massively negative pressure system lol. redface.gif

I would have either all intake and the HAF's case fans as exhaust, or have the case fans as intake and the 2 radiators exhausting air.
Edited by ez12a - 5/16/13 at 8:43am
 
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post #2799 of 20724
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it looks like everything is setup as exhaust in the pictures and as described. this is a massively negative pressure system lol. redface.gif

I would have either all intake and the HAF's case fans as exhaust, or have the case fans as intake and the 2 radiators exhausting air.

Do you think a single 140mm fan is enough to exhaust a case?
post #2800 of 20724
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

The fans on your radiators are set up as exhaust because they're pushing air out of your case. You'll get better temperature results on your water cooled components by setting them up as intakes instead.

Well SOB. I m sure they would since my house stays at 68F or lower year round :<<br />
Guess I got some work to do. Pass it onto whoever makes your fans to put a little arrow on it for us idiots :biggrin.gif
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