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post #3671 of 20767
Solved my power supply issue, just was using the wrong pins. Rebuilt my loop, still getting all the air out but my pump is now sounding like it should. Only thing, I filtered out some coolant (swiftech brand) and I can'trremember if it is what came with my unit, but I took a picture of what I found.
post #3672 of 20767
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Solved my power supply issue, just was using the wrong pins. Rebuilt my loop, still getting all the air out but my pump is now sounding like it should. Only thing, I filtered out some coolant (swiftech brand) and I can'trremember if it is what came with my unit, but I took a picture of what I found.

Is it just me, or is that image just gross looking? biggrin.gif
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Is it just me, or is that image just gross looking? biggrin.gif

GF was looking over my shoulder and said the same thing.
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post #3674 of 20767
Yeah its gross, that stuff was floating around in the swiftech bottle. No idea what it is or if it came out of the loop.
post #3675 of 20767
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Yeah its gross, that stuff was floating around in the swiftech bottle. No idea what it is or if it came out of the loop.

When did you purchase this kit and from where did you purchase it?
post #3676 of 20767
Purchased on 5/15 from Newegg.
post #3677 of 20767
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Is it just me, or is that image just gross looking? biggrin.gif

biggrin.gif Looks like baby poop from Mars or something...
post #3678 of 20767
Got my loop installed, pump is actually still making that noise. I can take a video but I may need an RMA. Going to keep an eye on it.
post #3679 of 20767
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Purchased on 5/15 from Newegg.

In taking a closer look at your picture, these appear to be very tiny, thin particles that you would normally see after running a loop for a period of time. As you may or may not know, all of the radiators and pumps are flushed with filtered water and then filled with filtered coolant prior to being shipped. As Martin of Martinsliquidlab has even stated, that there will always be some small particles in your coolant after a period of time. Those in your picture don't look troubling because they're not of the size that would cause issues with our pump. They also appear to be quite thin and therefore would also not pose much of issue for our pump for the way it was designed. Let me know though if you have any questions or issues with this and I'll do my best to answer them for you.
post #3680 of 20767
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Got my loop installed, pump is actually still making that noise. I can take a video but I may need an RMA. Going to keep an eye on it.

It's normal for the pump to make a little noise after flushing and filling it. This is called the bleeding process and it might take a few hours to a few days before the noise subsides and goes away.
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