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post #6211 of 20723
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I've had an identical sound, was definitely air. Just takes time and effort.

I do have one tip, but it only works if using distilled water. With the pump running and res cap off, drop one tiny drop of dishwasher soap in. Almost instantly removes air.

anyone tried this?
    
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I now have the fill cap open and placed the radiator on top of my case with lots of towels, I still have the block connected to the CPU while running at full speed.
I noticed that is a lot of black tiny particles floating and even from the bottom of the cap, is this normal ?

The liquid is pretty much at the very tip of it..
Edited by EarlZ - 8/26/13 at 12:58am
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anyone tried this?
A drop of dishwashing liquid in distilled water? Sure. It destroys the surface tension, makes it much easier to get air bubbles out of your loop. Same effect as those overpriced "water wetter" products. Keep in mind though that a drop of dishwashing liquid even in distilled water probably will contribute a lot to algae buildup in you loop. Diluted dishwashing liquid is food for bacteria et al. So it depends on how often you clean you loop. I haven't kept a loop like that running for longer than a couple of months.

Edit: Also keep in mind that ordinary dish soap foam a lot. I've only used it when frustrated and tired. Would not recommend it really.
Edited by Pholostan - 8/26/13 at 2:28am
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post #6214 of 20723
Its been an hour or so and no changes, I have the fill port open.. added just a few drops of distilled drinking water and tried to tilt the case / rad around.. do I need to remove it off teh CPU socket?

EDIT:

I have prime95 running small FTT, no fans on the radiator (stock speeds/volts) and I noticed that the water would slowly raise and over flow from the fill port, is that normal when heat is introduced? Its at around 88-90c and the radiator feels very hot but at the same time it also puts the pump noise to where it was for a few mins but becomes noisy again at a later time with an audible water trickle noise.

EDIT2:
After about 5hours of trying to eliminate the pump noise with no results I decided to just close the fill port and tried running prime95 to heat up the radiator/water and in about 3mins of SmallFTT the pump is very silent, RPM is still at 2900-3000 when the radiator cools down the noise returns.. anyone know what is going on ?
Edited by EarlZ - 8/26/13 at 5:31am
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post #6215 of 20723
I don't own an h220 and am not super familiar with water cooling tech, but that doesn't sound like a problem with trapped air to me?
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Its been an hour or so and no changes, I have the fill port open.. added just a few drops of distilled drinking water and tried to tilt the case / rad around.. do I need to remove it off teh CPU socket?

bottled drinking water is not distilled water, just want to make sure you're aware of the difference
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EDIT:

I have prime95 running small FTT, no fans on the radiator (stock speeds/volts) and I noticed that the water would slowly raise and over flow from the fill port, is that normal when heat is introduced? Its at around 88-90c and the radiator feels very hot but at the same time it also puts the pump noise to where it was for a few mins but becomes noisy again at a later time with an audible water trickle noise.

water expands slightly as it heats, so a rise in water levels with that much additional heat is not surprising
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EDIT2:
After about 5hours of trying to eliminate the pump noise with no results I decided to just close the fill port and tried running prime95 to heat up the radiator/water and in about 3mins of SmallFTT the pump is very silent, RPM is still at 2900-3000 when the radiator cools down the noise returns.. anyone know what is going on ?

just a guess, but the internal pump components will also react to high heat and the geometry changes enough to provide clearance for a spinning part that is rubbing up against another part without the presence of the heat
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The label says distilled water so i assumed its the same thing, i only added less than 5 drops and thats it.

Your last statement sounds like my pump is defective rather than a trapped air issue.
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post #6217 of 20723
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The label says distilled water so i assumed its the same thing, i only added less than 5 drops and thats it.

Your last statement sounds like my pump is defective rather than a trapped air issue.

If it says "distilled water" then it should be good. Let me know if you're able to resolve your issue.
post #6218 of 20723
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sounds to me like it's likely a revision 1 impeller giving you a hard time with the air bubbles. The new impellers have 3 holes, each larger than the 1 on the original impeller, to allow air to escape the pump much easier.
Phelan my H320 just arrived at Vancouver port from China, after a 3 week voyage. It should be shipping to me from ncix.ca by Wednesday. Would this have the new impeller design or would it possibly be the older design???
post #6219 of 20723
Just got my RMA in today and got it reinstalled. SO much better. All the noise is completely gone. Running it at 50% and it's nice and quiet.
post #6220 of 20723
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Phelan my H320 just arrived at Vancouver port from China, after a 3 week voyage. It should be shipping to me from ncix.ca by Wednesday. Would this have the new impeller design or would it possibly be the older design???

These should all have the latest updates to design.
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