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I'm using stock fans ATM as intake on my Corsair 650D. Ambient temps are about 27 C. The pump is mounted so the top of the Swiftech logo is facing to the left.

What motherboard do you have? Also does your case have a CPU cutout on the motherboard tray? It sounds like somewhere something is not seated tightly. Maybe the cpu block, the motherboard in general even perhaps.
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What motherboard do you have? Also does your case have a CPU cutout on the motherboard tray? It sounds like somewhere something is not seated tightly. Maybe the cpu block, the motherboard in general even perhaps.
I have a Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD4H. Yes, the 650D has a giant cutout in the motherboard tray. I don't know how I could be seating it wrong. The screws are screwed all the way in to the mounting plate on the back. Does the waterblock's orientation matter?
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I have a Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD4H. Yes, the 650D has a giant cutout in the motherboard tray. I don't know how I could be seating it wrong. The screws are screwed all the way in to the mounting plate on the back. Does the waterblock's orientation matter?

I personally test all of these kits for noise and functionality prior to shipping them out. I guarantee you that it was operating normally and within designed parameters before I shipped it. I wasn't able to listen to the noise because I'm unable to access the link you posted. Could you please forward me a different link so that I can compare the noise you're hearing to what these kits normally sound like?
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Noise.zip 56k .zip file
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I personally test all of these kits for noise and functionality prior to shipping them out. I guarantee you that it was operating normally and within designed parameters before I shipped it. I wasn't able to listen to the noise because I'm unable to access the link you posted. Could you please forward me a different link so that I can compare the noise you're hearing to what these kits normally sound like?

I ran the pump out of the case and realized that the sound was normal. When I mount it to the motherboard, however, it vibrates against something and gets somewhat loud, especially at full speed. The mounting screws are screwed completely in, so I don't know what the problem might be. I've remounted it twice and gotten the same 75C at stock temperatures, and the same noise. I attached an mp3 of the noise.

Does anybody know what a standard temperature for a stock 4770K with an H220 cooler might be?
Edited by abbb - 7/11/13 at 12:54pm
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Where you looking at temps?
How is the system connected?
What settings in bios are used for fan control?
Can you go into your profile and put your system in there so that way we can help you better.

As those temps are not good for stock, which means something is wrong.
    
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Noise.zip 56k .zip file
I ran the pump out of the case and realized that the sound was normal. When I mount it to the motherboard, however, it vibrates against something and gets somewhat loud, especially at full speed. The mounting screws are screwed completely in, so I don't know what the problem might be. I've remounted it twice and gotten the same 75C at stock temperatures, and the same noise. I attached an mp3 of the noise.

Does anybody know what a standard temperature for a stock 4770K with an H220 cooler might be?

Are you getting 75 C under prime95? What are the idle temps? What voltage the CPU are running? Any idea of room temp?
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Noise.zip 56k .zip file
I ran the pump out of the case and realized that the sound was normal. When I mount it to the motherboard, however, it vibrates against something and gets somewhat loud, especially at full speed. The mounting screws are screwed completely in, so I don't know what the problem might be. I've remounted it twice and gotten the same 75C at stock temperatures, and the same noise. I attached an mp3 of the noise.

Does anybody know what a standard temperature for a stock 4770K with an H220 cooler might be?

I don't know very much about the temperature that you're getting, but I sent you a PM to try and figure out what's vibrating in your case and causing the noise that you're hearing.
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I wish these would get in stock on NCIX.
I found one on ebay and no one seem interested in it so i placed one bid and i won smile.gif 125
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Are you getting 75 C under prime95? What are the idle temps? What voltage the CPU are running? Any idea of room temp?

Yes, I'm getting 75 C under a small FFT prime95 torture test with the pump and fans at full speed. Idle temps are around 35 C when fans and pump are at full. Room temperature is about 27 C.
The voltage is running at auto, everything's at stock settings. I'll get you a number in a minute.
In the BIOS, I get a voltage of 1.14, and a temperature of 45 C. I get this same voltage when running Prime95
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Where you looking at temps?
How is the system connected?
What settings in bios are used for fan control?
Can you go into your profile and put your system in there so that way we can help you better.

As those temps are not good for stock, which means something is wrong.
The fans and pump are all connected directly to the motherboard.
The normal fan control settings are used.
I don't know how to put my hardware directly into my profile, but here's what I've got: http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/5268649/version/5268651
Edited by abbb - 7/11/13 at 2:35pm
post #4730 of 20719
The pump and fans are PWM. So the fans are not being controlled correctly.
You need to go into the bios and correctly see how the fans are being controlled.

Also use the splitter than comes with the H220 and be sure the pump is plugged into port one and the fans on the rest. Plug the splitter to the CPU header only.
Use the CPU_Fan only, it most likely the other fan headers are not correctly working with PWM fans.
    
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