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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by eturkyolu View Post

Im pretty sure Its on tight. No wiggle or anything.

Yes it is the H100i, tube is what I meant don't really know this hardware language smile.gif

How could I find out if its th epump thats the problem?

see my above instructions to check to see if the pump is running.
post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by eturkyolu View Post

Im pretty sure Its on tight. No wiggle or anything.

Yes it is the H100i, tube is what I meant don't really know this hardware language smile.gif

How could I find out if its th epump thats the problem?

This way:
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Originally Posted by XanderTheGoober View Post

easiest way to make sure the pump is running is to disconnect the main power cables from the motherboard, remove the cooler from the cpu, connect the pump header directly to the power supply using a molex adapter, and then jumper the power supply so it will start the pump. listen for any noise and try to feel any vibrations while you hold the block/pump.
post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by XanderTheGoober View Post

see my above instructions to check to see if the pump is running.

Ok Ill give it a try right now. Thanks
post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by eturkyolu View Post

Oh my bad!
I have the GIGABYTE GTX 680

90degrees is way too hot.
One of the pipes coming out from the CPU is really hot. How can I tell if the cooler is working or not? I'm 100% sure i took the plastic off. I dont have any other cooling methods

if one of the pipes is hotter than the other then the fluid is not circulating in any useful manor. Use an adapter to connect the pump power directly to a molex and disconect all other power cables from the system. (only want power to the pump).

You will need to jump the green and black wire on the psu for it to start (you can get cheap plugs with the link already made)

You should feel vibration from the pump on the cpu block, if not the pump is faulty. If it works then connect everything back and check it feels the same when you run the system normally. If the pump has much less vibration then you may have it connected to a fan header which is turned down, you need the pump on a constant 12v supply.

I hope you get this sorted.
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post #15 of 17
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Originally Posted by XanderTheGoober View Post

see my above instructions to check to see if the pump is running.


Thanks For the Help!
Turns out the pump wasn't working. Bought a new one today. CPU temperature dropped to 36 degrees Celsius. Im guessing thats alright smile.gif
post #16 of 17
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Thanks For the Help!
Turns out the pump wasn't working. Bought a new one today. CPU temperature dropped to 36 degrees Celsius. Im guessing thats alright smile.gif

i just had similar issue with my thermaltake water 2.0 extreme. glad you figured it out. enjoy! thumb.gif
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Glad you sorted it.
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