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what is the controller chipset in the MSI boards?
 
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Originally Posted by Nightz2k View Post

I've gotten that exact noise before, it's usually an air bubble trapped in the pump.

My solution was to open the fill port while running, let it sit open for 10-20 mins (give or take) and also move the radiator around a bit while opened, of course being careful not to spill. You can also gently squeeze the tubing a bit and try to push the trapped air from the pump. Let it run open for a bit longer and see how it goes.

Thank you, I'll give that a try. Need to figure this out, noise is annoying.
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Thank you, I'll give that a try. Need to figure this out, noise is annoying.

I've listened to the noise on your video as well and I'm fairly certain that it's just an air bubble. What confirms this is that you said that the noise comes and goes. If was something actually mechanically wrong with the pump then the noise wouldn't come and go. It would just continue to get worse as the issue progressed. Please PM me if you need detailed instructions on how to remove the air bubble from your pump. Anyone here with similar issues can also PM me for these instructions.
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

I've listened to the noise on your video as well and I'm fairly certain that it's just an air bubble. What confirms this is that you said that the noise comes and goes. If was something actually mechanically wrong with the pump then the noise wouldn't come and go. It would just continue to get worse as the issue progressed. Please PM me if you need detailed instructions on how to remove the air bubble from your pump. Anyone here with similar issues can also PM me for these instructions.

Thanks, I have the loop outside the case right now. Running the pump for a while to try to bleed it out. I may take a picture and you can tell me any tips. Pump needs to be lowest point correct?
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Originally Posted by bond32 View Post

Thanks, I have the loop outside the case right now. Running the pump for a while to try to bleed it out. I may take a picture and you can tell me any tips. Pump needs to be lowest point correct?

It doesn't have to be at the lowest point, but it certainly helps. You do need it sitting at the lowest point though when you're filling and bleeding your loop. Once you install it you definitely want the reservoir though with the fill port cap facing up or sitting above the radiator if you have the radiator mounted in the front of the case.
Edited by BramSLI1 - 6/7/13 at 10:09am
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Originally Posted by mpetroul View Post

I am not sure if this will help, but if you are okay with making up small circuits you might try this...

If your PWM circuit doesnt work, but the voltage control circuit will work off the tach. signal then you could use a 555 timer circuit and NPN or equivalent transistor to use the MB header to control the input to the circuit and the fan could be on the PWM circuit output.

There are a lot of tutorials on the net to make one up.

thanks,
mike

I've never made my own circuit before, so I don't think I'm ready to do that. confused.gif I'm pretty sure if I were more technical, I would try that, but I think I might just stick to the pre-done solutions for now.
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Originally Posted by ez12a View Post

what is the controller chipset in the MSI boards?

I'm not sure what you mean by the controller chipset. Is that what chipset I select in SpeedFan? If so, that's "F71869AD at $290 on ISA". I'm not sure if that's what you're asking for, though.
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I've never made my own circuit before, so I don't think I'm ready to do that. confused.gif I'm pretty sure if I were more technical, I would try that, but I think I might just stick to the pre-done solutions for now.
I'm not sure what you mean by the controller chipset. Is that what chipset I select in SpeedFan? If so, that's "F71869AD at $290 on ISA". I'm not sure if that's what you're asking for, though.

With the particular issue that you're experiencing with your board I really think it's time to contact MSI directly to see about an RMA. This kind of issue really needs to be addressed by the manufacturer of your board and they need to stand behind their products. It isn't right that you should have to jump through the hoops of having to fabricate your own PWM circuit just to get the functionality that your motherboard should provide.
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Originally Posted by asdfdemi View Post

I've never made my own circuit before, so I don't think I'm ready to do that. confused.gif I'm pretty sure if I were more technical, I would try that, but I think I might just stick to the pre-done solutions for now.
I'm not sure what you mean by the controller chipset. Is that what chipset I select in SpeedFan? If so, that's "F71869AD at $290 on ISA". I'm not sure if that's what you're asking for, though.

that's what i wanted to know, thanks.

If you go into Speedfan's Configure > Advanced tab > select the F71869AD chipset under the "Chip" dropdown menu" can you post a screenshot of what it lists?
 
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that's what i wanted to know, thanks.

If you go into Speedfan's Configure > Advanced tab > select the F71869AD chipset under the "Chip" dropdown menu" can you post a screenshot of what it lists?

Here's a screenshot of that tab.
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

With the particular issue that you're experiencing with your board I really think it's time to contact MSI directly to see about an RMA. This kind of issue really needs to be addressed by the manufacturer of your board and they need to stand behind their products. It isn't right that you should have to jump through the hoops of having to fabricate your own PWM circuit just to get the functionality that your motherboard should provide.

I'll see if I can contact MSI about an RMA. Crossing my fingers in hopes that they'll take it in. smile.gif
post #3720 of 20728
This has been an ongoing issue with MSI and there lower end boards. The bios functionality is just lacking for fan control. It is similar with AsRock, not as bad.
Most Asus/Gigabyte boards have correct PWM function for the CPU.
Not sure an RMA will fix the problem. Is there another settings for PWM mode in SpeedFan. Also try in the bios disable all fan settings, could be a conflict with bios and software.
    
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