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So i decided to switch out my fans on my rad and clean out my sytem from dust. Boot it up and temps skyrocket to 80c, so I though maybe I moved the block and so I reseated it with fresh paste and got the same results, so I put it back to the way it was with the original fans- temps are better at idle but as soon i stress it jumps to max temps fast. So I decided to rma but low and behold corsairs site errors when I try to submit registration....anyone got any pointer???
post #2 of 14
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Thinking about just getting: XSPC Raystorm 750 RS240 Extreme Universal CPU Water Cooling Kit (New Rev. 4 Pump Included) w/ Free Dead-Water! or did i miss something with this h100i?

Any thoughts?
post #3 of 14
Try the site from another computer or browser or try the broken page icon that is next to the reload symbol in IE.

You could also take your vacuum cleaner remove the bin and try putting the dust back into the computer exactly where it came from.

I am just joking but really besides long tedious troubleshooting I am stumped...

Do you have the USB connection on the pump plugged in? If so do you have the software installed? and if so does it say the pump is working? What temps does it report that water is getting too. Is it spinning the fans up to full speed.

You may be on the right boat with the RMA if any of the pump/fan controller parts inside of it stopped working.


edit just saw the comment on the Rasa...

You will NOT regret buying that kit... I would say the following though... if you can afford it opt in for the RX series radiator... if you can fit it opt in for the RX360 radiator... if you can fit a 360 but cant afford the RX but can afford the RS/ES360 then get the RS/ES360 over the RX240.

The Rasa 750 pump has been a great pump ever since the 2nd revision and even before that it was still great just sometimes noisy. The new pump (black res) is awesome and the Rasa pumps are much quieter than most other pumps.

So if you want to do that then RMA the H100i and buy the Rasa kit.
Edited by givmedew - 6/8/13 at 9:15pm
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Sounds like the pump isn't running. Can you hear it? As mentioned above ^^^ make sure you have the USB header plugged into the pump, it's required for the pump to operate. The fan header only provides a pump speed reference to the motherboard - the pump doesn't get power from it!

Greg
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Originally Posted by givmedew View Post

Try the site from another computer or browser or try the broken page icon that is next to the reload symbol in IE.

You could also take your vacuum cleaner remove the bin and try putting the dust back into the computer exactly where it came from.

I am just joking but really besides long tedious troubleshooting I am stumped...

Do you have the USB connection on the pump plugged in? If so do you have the software installed? and if so does it say the pump is working? What temps does it report that water is getting too. Is it spinning the fans up to full speed.

You may be on the right boat with the RMA if any of the pump/fan controller parts inside of it stopped working.

Yea, I think Ive tried it all, everything looks fine now sitting idle, all i did at 1st was unmount the rad and switch fans and that seem to do it....If I do any push to the system temps jump fast.
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Sounds like the pump isn't running. Can you hear it? As mentioned above ^^^ make sure you have the USB header plugged into the pump, it's required for the pump to operate. The fan header only provides a pump speed reference to the motherboard - the pump doesn't get power from it!

Greg

I thought the same, even switched usb connectors on mobo. link says everything working fine, now the light on the block is out....sigh
post #7 of 14
And the software says the pump is running? Because the fans not working wouldn't cause the temp to jump up that fast... it will go up and it will sky rocket but it will take a long time... and if they are moving at all it would take a very long time and wouldn't get nearly as hot as without fans at all.

Obviously you could see if the fans where not running...

I would use Corsairs software to look at the water temp and the pump RPM. Corsairs software is great (for monitoring all that stuff).



Also a Rasa kit was the most rewarding computer purchase I have ever made... it was also the most expensive as in I have now caught the water cooling bug and have moved far beyond the original kit I purchased. You will love it though and with a large radiator and the Rasa 750 pump you will have room for upgrades without having to replace those immediately.
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post #8 of 14
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I thought the same, even switched usb connectors on mobo. link says everything working fine, now the light on the block is out....sigh

scratch that, reset to defaults turn light off, I just adjusted and its working now
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Awesome. =)

Greg
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And the software says the pump is running? Because the fans not working wouldn't cause the temp to jump up that fast... it will go up and it will sky rocket but it will take a long time... and if they are moving at all it would take a very long time and wouldn't get nearly as hot as without fans at all.

Obviously you could see if the fans where not running...

I would use Corsairs software to look at the water temp and the pump RPM. Corsairs software is great (for monitoring all that stuff).

I got link maxed out on everything, temps dont match aida64 like they used too. Aida64 says Im at 36c idle and link says 59c
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