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Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme potential defect?

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Hello,
I was recently redoing all the wiring in my pc to clean it up a bit, and when I picked up my radiator I noticed that I could hear the liquid sloshing around. I would have figured that the closed loop system would be void of any air inside it. I emailed Thermaltake a week ago but haven't gotten a reply yet.

Is it normal for there to be air pockets inside the closed loop system? That seems like it would be bad for the pumps. If it isn't normal, is there a way to refill it and reseal it? It would I be better off trying to use the warranty?

I am hoping it is normal for this cooler, but I'd rather be safe than sorry. If it is defective, the last thing I need is my cpu (@5.2Ghz) to fry itself if the pumps malfunction.

Thanks for any input.
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post #2 of 4
First things first, are the temps okay? Acceptable? Second -> Depending on how old it is my old h50 started making sounds like that, usually the pump and general age. And lastly! No and yes, they aren't designed to be opened but you could... but you would have to refill the system afterwards. If your temps are fine I'd stick with it and see if the problem keeps happenining and if it does just RMA it smile.gif
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my temps are fine at the moment. My AMD FX8350 @ 5.2Ghz is currently running at 34c idle and below 60c full load with liquid temps between 89f and 105f. Guess I will just hope for the best lol (best being the cooler doesn't crap out while under a heavy load).
I bought it back in October of last year.
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PNY GTX 650 Overclocked - Dedicated PhysX G.Skill DDR3-1866Mhz @ 2166Mhz OCZ Vertex 4 in Raid0 16x DVD burner 
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Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme A/C Powered 140CFM Exhaust fan Side A/C powered large box fan Multiple 120mm case fans 
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Windows 7 64bit 60" Panasonic Viera Plasma 1080p HDTV 24" Samsung 1200p LCD 23" HP 1080p LCD 
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PNY GTX 650 Overclocked - Dedicated PhysX G.Skill DDR3-1866Mhz @ 2166Mhz OCZ Vertex 4 in Raid0 16x DVD burner 
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Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme A/C Powered 140CFM Exhaust fan Side A/C powered large box fan Multiple 120mm case fans 
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Windows 7 64bit 60" Panasonic Viera Plasma 1080p HDTV 24" Samsung 1200p LCD 23" HP 1080p LCD 
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post #4 of 4
Most the closed loop have a small hole for seringe fill I'd check that n anything over 60 can kill that cpu
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