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Yes, evaporation, not sure how long it takes for enough air to typically creep in. Do you have the reservoir/fillport on the radiator pointing up? That nook is there to help trap air that does creep in.

Yes its pointing up, to remove the cap on the fillport would require me to remove the rad from the top of my 800D

Without worrying about it to much, will the bubble eventually just go away?
     
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post #5022 of 20767
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Yes its pointing up, to remove the cap on the fillport would require me to remove the rad from the top of my 800D

Without worrying about it to much, will the bubble eventually just go away?

Assuming it is air trapped in the pump (not a given), I don't think there is a definitive answer to that question. From the sounds of posts here, best advice seems to be to take action to get any air in there out... squeeze lines around the pump to push it thru, rock the system back and forth, run the pump speed up, maybe even remove the loop and shake things up.

I've had a CLC for coming up on 3 years now, fortunately never had any problems with air gurgling or pump sounds to wrestle with personally.
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So once every 30 minutes or so my pump shuts off for about 3 seconds, then jump to 3000 RPMs for 3 seconds, and then it goes back to what Speedfan is set to. Already reinstalled Speedfan, no idea what to do.
post #5024 of 20767
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So once every 30 minutes or so my pump shuts off for about 3 seconds, then jump to 3000 RPMs for 3 seconds, and then it goes back to what Speedfan is set to. Already reinstalled Speedfan, no idea what to do.

Have you monitored your temperatures at the times that your pump is shown to shut down and does it show your temperatures climbing?
post #5025 of 20767
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Yes its pointing up, to remove the cap on the fillport would require me to remove the rad from the top of my 800D

Without worrying about it to much, will the bubble eventually just go away?

If the noise doesn't go away after trying the instructions in the OP then let me know. I have some other things that you can try if those don't work. Keep me posted.
post #5026 of 20767
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Have you monitored your temperatures at the times that your pump is shown to shut down and does it show your temperatures climbing?

Yes, the temps jump by 3c at idle and I can hear the pump speed changes. It jumped to 3000 RPM's last night and and stayed there until I restarted my machine, Speedfan and BIOS settings don't seem to matter. I'm going to try switching fan headers.
post #5027 of 20767
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I'm finding it hard to see where Swiftech stole their patent, I just looked at every diagram and none of them even come close to what the pump looks like

With that being said, can someone link me a video of what a normal 3000rpm 220 pump should sound like after awhile, that isn't dying. I want to compare it with my noise. Better yet, would it be easier to compare my noise to the confirmed noise of all the loud/dead pumps that have been seen so far, posted on youtube and suck. And if it doesn't sound like that to not be worried?

Also is it possible for an air bubble to form, after the fact? My case has been sitting in the same spot since i put it back together. Was just wondering if it was possible over time like weeks for an air bubble to rear its ugly head

Yea i find it pretty ridiculous right now that asetek is doing this. I waited so damn long for that h320 since december when they announced a triple rad version.
    
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post #5028 of 20767
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If the noise doesn't go away after trying the instructions in the OP then let me know. I have some other things that you can try if those don't work. Keep me posted.

hello. which would be other ways to move the air bubble? if the instructions do not work OP.
post #5029 of 20767
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Originally Posted by Skullwipe View Post

So once every 30 minutes or so my pump shuts off for about 3 seconds, then jump to 3000 RPMs for 3 seconds, and then it goes back to what Speedfan is set to. Already reinstalled Speedfan, no idea what to do.

My guess is that Speedfan is buggy.
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Hi I have it plugged in as per the instruction manual with the pump on the first fan header on the provided fan splitter. Im using a msi z87 mpower max.
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