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No. They are fine, you could if you want but if the pumps gone it's gone and you will need to look into RMA.
I could probably buy a new cooler in about a week or 2, but spending money and waiting like a month for a new one is a bit of a hassle.

Did you get the Intel CPU's box when you bought your stuff? The CPU came with a $10 cooler. You might still have that one stashed away somewhere. You could use it until your h40 gets replaced. You'd have to go back to stock settings of course, no overclocking.

EDIT: Oops... sorry for writing something without reading thoroughly. frown.gif
Edited by deepor - 12/1/13 at 4:10am
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Did you get the Intel CPU's box when you bought your stuff? The CPU came with a $10 cooler. You might still have that one stashed away somewhere. You could use it until your h40 gets replaced. You'd have to go back to stock settings of course, no overclocking.
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Unfortunately, I threw away my stock fan/heatsink about 3 weeks ago while cleaning my room, so I can't test out a different one.
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As I said, make sure it's connected. (Turn of PC, unplug, discharge caps, etc) Unplug the cooler from whatever it's plugged into (and tell us that part - mobo, controller, psu) and plug it back in and power up.
To your post above: the h40 may not have lights so ignore that part.
i've already done that like 2 times. I can't do anything untill later tho because its pretty late here.
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My buddy had this happen with his h100i it died on you sir. Call corsair they are pretty nice on this. At least we're for me
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It's rare, how old is the cooler? You might want to call corsair to see if you have any chance on a replacement. The pumps are great and high quality but there is a rare chance of them dying. Corsair gives a pretty good warranty on them and they have excellent customer service so I wouldn't be to worried.
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It's rare, how old is the cooler? You might want to call corsair to see if you have any chance on a replacement. The pumps are great and high quality but there is a rare chance of them dying. Corsair gives a pretty good warranty on them and they have excellent customer service so I wouldn't be to worried.
the cooler is probably a year old. I built the computer about a year ago.
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