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So I was pretty excited to get my new H60, my first AIO water cooler, and to get rid of my clunky big air cooler.

But is the pump supposed to be so loud? frown.gif And make weird noises? And the fan also loud? frown.giffrown.gif

My old cooler is a zalman cpns14x, and it's 140mm fan is clearly quieter. But I've only had it for one day so far, and I hear you need to let it 'break in' or something. Should I just return this?
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I don't think it should be too loud. Stock fan is loud also control the pump in bios. Try to adjust it if possible. If it keeps up rma.
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I don't think it should be too loud. Stock fan is loud also control the pump in bios. Try to adjust it if possible. If it keeps up rma.

hwmonitor reports the pump rpm at around 4600~. Is this good?
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This should end your sadness and be the first AIO user to have MORA-3 as a radiator biggrin.gifthumb.gif
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This is about what mine runs at. I would double check for loose screws etc. Shake the case to get rid of bubbles. if it continues to do it. RMA
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This is about what mine runs at. I would double check for loose screws etc. Shake the case to get rid of bubbles. if it continues to do it. RMA

Bubbles usually makes it really noisy! Once the bubbles are out of the pump housing and into the rad, you should be nice and silent. Just shake your desktop till it stops. Have the pump below the rad with the tubes pointing up, air wants to go up.... That should solve your problem! thumb.gif
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The pump to my H60 runs at about 4600 RPM also. My pump is plugged into the PWR_FAN socket, where is yours? I've heard you can have problems if you use the CPU_FAN socket for the pump.
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Bubbles usually makes it really noisy! Once the bubbles are out of the pump housing and into the rad, you should be nice and silent. Just shake your desktop till it stops. Have the pump below the rad with the tubes pointing up, air wants to go up.... That should solve your problem!

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Bubbles usually makes it really noisy! Once the bubbles are out of the pump housing and into the rad, you should be nice and silent. Just shake your desktop till it stops. Have the pump below the rad with the tubes pointing up, air wants to go up.... That should solve your problem! thumb.gif

My rad is about 1-2 inches below the pump. Specifically the tubing to the rad is 1-2 inches lower the tubes on the pump. Also, I'm not quite sure how bubbles would get out of this closed loop system?
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The pump to my H60 runs at about 4600 RPM also. My pump is plugged into the PWR_FAN socket, where is yours? I've heard you can have problems if you use the CPU_FAN socket for the pump.

Same thing. I'll try different sockets, see if it changes anything.
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My rad is about 1-2 inches below the pump. Specifically the tubing to the rad is 1-2 inches lower the tubes on the pump. Also, I'm not quite sure how bubbles would get out of this closed loop system?
Same thing. I'll try different sockets, see if it changes anything.

Reservoir is in the radiator. As long as the pump is higher than the res/rad you will always have bubbles in the pump, even if you clear out them now more will form.
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