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Originally Posted by drnilly007 View Post

Here's my video of my pump noise that started within the last week.
http://youtu.be/V00tcSieSIM

I had my H220 for about a month and was estatic about the temps, noise and price. I was looking to expand my H220 to include a 240mm rad, and gpu. Then one day I noticed it was much noisier than previously. I run my computer 24/7 for F@H so it is at 100% load nearly all the time. The H220 was run at about 1600-2000 rpm, as temps dont seem to change all that much at full speed. 3770k @4.6 with 85-95f ambient is about 82c avg temp.

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Originally Posted by michael-ocn View Post

Ouch... that is a super annoying sound! Odd that it goes away so completely at 1500rpm instead of just getting less noisy.

I appear to be having the same issue now frown.gif Very quiet from 1500-1700 RPMs, but then starts making that exact noise full tilt. Tried the air bubble remove method, but haven't gotten anywhere. Gonna try again later. Cooling an i5-2500k @ 4.4 GHz (1.36v)
post #4842 of 20728
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Originally Posted by Snyderman34 View Post


I appear to be having the same issue now frown.gif Very quiet from 1500-1700 RPMs, but then starts making that exact noise full tilt. Tried the air bubble remove method, but haven't gotten anywhere. Gonna try again later. Cooling an i5-2500k @ 4.4 GHz (1.36v)

I recently added a reservoir to my h220 to allow the ability to "bleed" the system correctly as I had to mount my rad below the pump. I found that getting the air out of the loop was insanely time consuming.

During initial start-up of the loop after having installed the reservoir, i found that laying the computer on its side and tilting (with pump running) it from one side to the other side helped the most.

Thing is, while tilting the computer i noticed that once a bubble was dislodged with the pump running... it would (this might seem obvious) blast the bubble apart creating a "bubble cloud" that would ultimately get sucked back down to the rad by the current.

After having got most of the "big" air pockets I was simply tiered of tilting my case around (fully loaded rv02 is a bit bulky) and just put the unit into its rightful home and started using it.

Now that 2 weeks of use has gone by (sleep, on, sleep, on, heavy load, sleep...) the reservoir now has a decent sized bubble that I can feel more comfortable with saying the system is properly bled.
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Originally Posted by MadGoat View Post

I recently added a reservoir to my h220 to allow the ability to "bleed" the system correctly as I had to mount my rad below the pump. I found that getting the air out of the loop was insanely time consuming.

During initial start-up of the loop after having installed the reservoir, i found that laying the computer on its side and tilting (with pump running) it from one side to the other side helped the most.

Thing is, while tilting the computer i noticed that once a bubble was dislodged with the pump running... it would (this might seem obvious) blast the bubble apart creating a "bubble cloud" that would ultimately get sucked back down to the rad by the current.

After having got most of the "big" air pockets I was simply tiered of tilting my case around (fully loaded rv02 is a bit bulky) and just put the unit into its rightful home and started using it.

Now that 2 weeks of use has gone by (sleep, on, sleep, on, heavy load, sleep...) the reservoir now has a decent sized bubble that I can feel more comfortable with saying the system is properly bled.

So you think it's just a bubble? That'd be a relief. I'm thinking about getting a micro res or something to pair with it to make it easier (I have to have the rad upside down because there's not enough room at the top of my 600T for the rad and the fans). Thanks for the response
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Originally Posted by Snyderman34 View Post

So you think it's just a bubble? That'd be a relief. I'm thinking about getting a micro res or something to pair with it to make it easier (I have to have the rad upside down because there's not enough room at the top of my 600T for the rad and the fans). Thanks for the response

Getting a Micro Res should definitely help your situation and keep air bubbles from getting pulled into your pump when evaporation eventually occurs. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns about this and let me know if MadGoat's instructions are able to help you as well. + Rep to you MadGoat. Thanks for your help.
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Originally Posted by Sp33d Junki3 View Post

You will have to make your own, hopefully its not blocked by anything.
Why didnt you get the Arc Midi R2?

I bought the Define R4 before the Arc Midi 2 was announced frown.gif. If I'd known the arc midi 2 was coming out at the time, I would have bought it instead.
post #4846 of 20728
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Originally Posted by Hayness View Post

Anyone using a Swiftech H220 in a Nanoxia deep silence 1 case? I thought I could top mount it without much issue but my local pc store has already warned me the h220 won't fit with a Maxims VI Hero as it hits the motherboard heatsinks. Not sure what to do, could front mount it but seems more trouble than a simple top mount. Have not bought any parts yet.

Front mount in Nanoxia is actually quite easy. Remove the lower HD cages, and bolt it in place. Not much to it.
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I'm getting a replacement motherboard since it got fried, do I need to reuse the adhesive on the backplate?
post #4848 of 20728
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I'm getting a replacement motherboard since it got fried, do I need to reuse the adhesive on the backplate?

Yes, if you can you should reuse the backplate.
post #4849 of 20728
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I'm getting a replacement motherboard since it got fried, do I need to reuse the adhesive on the backplate?
In your other thread. Before you get a new mobo, you need to find out what caused the issue.
    
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post #4850 of 20728
It might have just been a bad psu or I plugged the molex cable into the pcie port on the psu. I can't find a reason why it would do that otherwise
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