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post #6981 of 20720
did you bleed the loop after u got it to make sure no air is in places it shoudnt be ?
post #6982 of 20720
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Originally Posted by tmsmith View Post

Well I hate to report back with issues but it seems my pump is dying. I've tried all the things I can think of but still nothing seems to work.

I'm getting a loud clicking sound like others reported (maybe there is air trapped somewhere) but I've tried tilting the computer and haven't had any luck. The pump continues to have a loud rattling sound. Looks like mine is on the fritz. Any ideas Bryan?

Please PM me and I should be able to help you resolve this.
post #6983 of 20720
Hello everyone, I've developed the sound of sloshing water in my H220. Now it only happens when I have the pump speed above 45%. Anything below it goes away. I might just have to add water to it so my question is. Should I buy some of the liquid that comes in the H220 or is it fine to use some water from my water purifier since I'll probably be adding a very tiny amount?

Also I do have the block mounted sideways because a heatsink on my mobo doesn't allow me to mount it horizontal. mad.gif
post #6984 of 20720
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Originally Posted by bvsbutthd101 View Post

Hello everyone, I've developed the sound of sloshing water in my H220. Now it only happens when I have the pump speed above 45%. Anything below it goes away. I might just have to add water to it so my question is. Should I buy some of the liquid that comes in the H220 or is it fine to use some water from my water purifier since I'll probably be adding a very tiny amount?

Also I do have the block mounted sideways because a heatsink on my mobo doesn't allow me to mount it horizontal. mad.gif

I recommend just using some distilled water to top it off. This is usually pretty easy to find and inexpensive. The orientation of your water block shouldn't matter.
post #6985 of 20720
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

I recommend just using some distilled water to top it off. This is usually pretty easy to find and inexpensive. The orientation of your water block shouldn't matter.

Alright cool, thank you! I'm sure I can find some at my local grocery store. I figured I let you know since I read some people on here saying the orientation can cause this issue. I'll report back if it fixes the sloshing water.
post #6986 of 20720
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Alright cool, thank you! I'm sure I can find some at my local grocery store. I figured I let you know since I read some people on here saying the orientation can cause this issue. I'll report back if it fixes the sloshing water.

Orientation of the radiator is what they were talking about. If you have the fill-port cap for the reservoir pointed down this removes the ability for the reservoir to act as an air trap. This means that any air in the loop has a possibility of ending up in the pump and this will cause it to be noisy.
post #6987 of 20720
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

Orientation of the radiator is what they were talking about. If you have the fill-port cap for the reservoir pointed down this removes the ability for the reservoir to act as an air trap. This means that any air in the loop has a possibility of ending up in the pump and this will cause it to be noisy.


Ooo okay, I have mine pointed up.
post #6988 of 20720
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Originally Posted by bvsbutthd101 View Post

Hello everyone, I've developed the sound of sloshing water in my H220. Now it only happens when I have the pump speed above 45%. Anything below it goes away. I might just have to add water to it so my question is. Should I buy some of the liquid that comes in the H220 or is it fine to use some water from my water purifier since I'll probably be adding a very tiny amount?

Also I do have the block mounted sideways because a heatsink on my mobo doesn't allow me to mount it horizontal. mad.gif

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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post

I recommend just using some distilled water to top it off. This is usually pretty easy to find and inexpensive. The orientation of your water block shouldn't matter.

this less then a buck and i can fill my loop ( big loop ) 1 time
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post #6989 of 20720
I was wondering if anybody had any suggestions for dealing with the pump vibrating against the CPU. The pump noise is just fine, even at 100%, when it's not mounted to the motherboard, but the instant it touches the CPU, the vibration of the pump gets amplified and becomes loud, even at low percentages. Is there some trick to mounting it so that this noise can be reduced?

Also, when the CPU gets really hot, as in 70-90C (maybe less), some sloshing noises come from the pump, and then go away after the CPU cools back down. What could be causing this? The fill port on the reservoir is pointed up.
post #6990 of 20720
My H320 arrived, but the NZXT case got lost in shipping lol.

Guess I'll try running it jump started from an old PSU tomorrow to test it out. Is it safe to use a paperclip that doesn't have a plastic covering (I'm guessing touching it while the PSU is on would be a bad idea)?

Just to be sure, I have to use distilled water to top it up and not a coolant that is different from the stock one? (I picked up some PrimoChill stuff with it without thinking...)
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