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post #71 of 150
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"the five year warranty on the H100 should pretty much close that gap. In five years it will be upgrade time with new hardware and new cooling designs anyhow."

hahah.. i don't know about 5 years, me i plan on keeping my radiator for a LONG time. i've had my GT Stealth since early 2008, and it's been in service since, that's 5 years already. mostly because space constrain that prevent me from upgrading. in that span of time, i've ran Koolance's CPU330 block (gold plated), Dtek Fusion V2 (copper), and now the CPU380i (nickel copper) block. i've used distilled for a few month in the beginning of 2008, until i switched over to Feser 1 because i caught some algae in the loop with the distill. all this corrosion talk makes me nervous.
Edited by howzz1854 - 1/10/14 at 1:19pm
post #72 of 150
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Originally Posted by howzz1854 View Post

hahah.. i don't know about 5 years, me i plan on keeping my radiator for a LONG time. i've had my GT Stealth since early 2008, and it's been in service since, that's 5 years already. mostly because space constrain that prevent me from upgrading. in that span of time, i've ran Koolance's CPU330 block, Dtek Fusion V2, and now the CPU380i block. i've used distilled for a few month in the beginning of 2008, until i switched over to Feser 1 because i caught some algae in the loop with the distill. all this corrosion talk makes me nervous.
But you also don't have aluminum in your loop. If it worries you that much get a coolant that has a corrosion inhibitor. I really don't think you have anything to worry about though
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post #73 of 150
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But you also don't have aluminum in your loop. If it worries you that much get a coolant that has a corrosion inhibitor. I really don't think you have anything to worry about though

yeah i worry a lot. which is why i got the Feser 1, those germans claim anti corrosion for aluminum, copper, brass, and nickel.
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Originally Posted by WiSK View Post

Great advice. Eze2kiel, can you make some more pictures including the o-ring?
Yes.

7 months ago when they buy it and out of the box: https://www.facebook.com/eze2kiel/media_set?set=a.10200809802240458.1073741830.1625469936&type=3

Actually:

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Dylan, the Koolance RMA guy said me:
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That's, the Koolance RMA guy visited the Thread.

I'll respond to Dylan with a link of this page to see pictures and oring inside the pump (the gray is what this genre which I explain Jakusonfire http://www.overclock.net/t/1457870/koolance-problems/30#post_21553411


According to Koolance guy tells me it's my fault to leave the PC on when I'm not ...
That can be seen as a response to a pump failure? In my opinion is totally wrong and washed hands to not accept the RMA.
I'm 100% confident that was pump failure. In addition to the macro pic I posted you can see that part came out the liquid.

Moreover, as I answered now contradicts the Koolance coolant...
Edited by Eze2kiel - 1/10/14 at 3:08pm
post #75 of 150
o-ring looks good. Try checking your fittings and blocks.
post #76 of 150
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o-ring looks good. Try checking your fittings and blocks.
OMG!
Why I will check?
The leak was from the pump, not the fittings. rolleyes.gif
The block is clean.

You look like someone from RMA ... Makes check up cat hair to see if that was the problem and give you round and round, make you lose time and finally solve nothing.

No more you will want to know that I posted, I can post photos to my family if they want biggrin.gif

With pictures and is more than clear that I had nothing to do with the problem of the pump, but pump alone own fault.
post #77 of 150
the black could be from degraded nickel. I've seen koolance nickel corrode before. Just double check and make sure your components are fine.
post #78 of 150
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the black could be from degraded nickel. I've seen koolance nickel corrode before. Just double check and make sure your components are fine.
When I finish dinner, posting pictures of block dismounted to see the interior. Definitely not the same nickel bath.

I can send him quietly the block to the Koolance RMA guy for the testing and tell me if nickel bath problem that has the same.
Edited by Eze2kiel - 1/10/14 at 4:23pm
post #79 of 150
Well I would have to agree with the Koolance employee, had you been present, this wouldn't have been so drastic. I'm really sorry this happened to you, but if I were in Koolance's position, I likely would not be sending you a new pump either. The o-ring looks fine and in-tact. Is it possible that the vibration of the pump was slowly loosening the pump housing clamp?

I'm not trying to be a jerk or anything, I just don't think in this particular situation there is much that Koolance can, or should, do about it.
post #80 of 150
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The truth Koolance NOT MAKE RMA.
Now answer me this ...

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I wonder , photos are IRREFUTABLE evidence against them mention the words .
I could safely say that the water was filtered through a hose, but the photos show irrefutably proves that the water filter for the pump alone (hence we conclude that it was absolutely pump failure) .

For 6 months I've gone from my house, and the pump was still back foot perfectly .
So I think a full Koolance TAKEN HAIR that is based on the pump to stop walking and was not at home when the problem happened .

If I'm at a wake ... I'd have to go back to turn off the pump?

If I'm working , I have to sacrifice work hours back to my house and turn off the pump?

IMHO That's why I will not accept the RMA.

I leave posting here in this forum so that it acts as an example of the Koolance RMA Olympian washing hands and not accept the RMA , while recognizing themselves after my photos that failure was the pump

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I am responsible for that has drained the water pump? NO

The pump filtering water and that I cause you to stay dry spinning? YES

I am responsible for the pump has a filtered, God knows where, but knowing from the photos that the water filter from the bottom because the other components were not stained at all ... NO

Considering these cases, it is obvious that Koolance pull myself must assume a new pump.


Indeed it was a FAILURE of the pump.
The warranty covers manufacturing defects.

Koolance does not recognize me on the grounds that the warranty was not at home when this happen.

Where the warranty specifies that the user must be present where the product fails to operate when you are going?

Are my words against Koolance
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