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I just bought a Corsair H60 closed loop system the other day. This is the first time I've played with water cooling and I just have the rear fan/radiator going to my processor. I just noticed today that when I turn on my PC it sounds like I can hear the water start running for just a second then it goes away, I hadn't noticed it until this evening. Is it normal to actually hear the water sound like it's starting to get pushed through the tubes or am I at chance for a leak?

Thanks everyone!

Also, if anyone would like to take the time to answer, is it possible to replace the tubes that came with the Corsair H60 or should I just keep the tubes since it was a closed loop system to begin with?
post #2 of 8
I hear it faintly on my H100i, Id call it normal.

I also hear it on my custom loop
     
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Thanks for the reply, is there a way to check if the pump is actually working? Would I be able to check it somewhere in my BIOS?
post #4 of 8
If the H60 is similar to the H100i, you would have had a RPM meter to plug into a fan header.

In Open Hardware Monitor or similar, find your CPU_FAN0/1 and this should be the RPM of the pump.

But generally speaking, if your computer turns on and doesnt overheat, your pump is running well
     
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If it fails, more than likely your cpu would overheat and shutdown to prevent damage.
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post #6 of 8
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Ahh I see, the actual pump sitting on top of my processor is hooked into the CPU_OPT pins on my motherboard. It says i's running at 1780 RPMs and my CPU is idling at 35 degrees C in BIOS right now. Do you think that sounds about right?
post #7 of 8
Those sound back on dude

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post #8 of 8
The noise is common with AIO's, they commonly have a bit of air in them. If your brave you can open it, replace tubing if you want. You need to use a anti corrosion additive as you have a aluminum rad. YouTube has a some good vids on opening and refilling AIO's.
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