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I still believe I found out why, start by the and try what I said.
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Alright, ive corrected the issue and temperatures are now about 15 degrees cooler than they were on my H105. Love it!

I'm not really sure what the issue was, but i did a complete teardown of the rig and rebuilt it. Only thing that stuck out to me was half of the CPU 8 pin wasnt seated all the way. The other changes made in the rebuild was orienting the water block a different way, and swapping the inlet/outlet tubes on the radiator. On first fireup, i immediately noticed the flow of the coolant was much, much stronger.
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Nice, that is great news. I have the same pump/res combo you do so it is nice to know that this works well for the application! I have done a test run of my loop as I am piecing my next system together and getting the air out was a pain in the rear. I have 2 rads, 2 reservoirs and am running the pump on its side lol
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woot! Nice job sorting it out.
 
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I developed high temperatures after adding an external radiator. Someone suggested moving the pump/reservoir combo to the highest point. I had thought the idea was to have it at the lowest point. Fortunately I had left plenty of extra tubing connected for the external radiator so I was able to sit my pump/res on top of the case and open the reservoir lid. I was also able to hold it while tilting things. Then I put suspended the pump/res with zip ties in the middle of the case in the front. The high temperatures went away but it was definitely a major pain to get all the air out with an external radiator and thick rubber tubing.

I still have the noise issue, though. For some reason even though my system is very quiet I get awful tinnitus from using it, even though it's in another room. There must be some type of high-intensity ultrasonic noise emission.
Edited by superstition222 - 2/17/16 at 9:55pm
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I still have the noise issue, though. For some reason even though my system is very quiet I get awful tinnitus from using it, even though it's in another room. There must be some type of high-intensity ultrasonic noise emission.
I know that sound well, not sure if its the psu or the vrm or what...? confused.gif

odd about the watercooling though, I have both my rads external and far to much hose, no problem at all with mine?


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I know that sound well, not sure if its the psu or the vrm or what...? confused.gif
I don't know. I have read that some fans have ultrasonic actuators but I don't know if that would be an issue.

All I know is that I am stuck with my laptop and can't do any gaming at all. My FX system is just collecting dust.
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I know that sound well, not sure if its the psu or the vrm or what...? confused.gif

odd about the watercooling though, I have both my rads external and far to much hose, no problem at all with mine?


Dats a lot of tubing! You want to have the shortest amount possible to limit flow decrease! Though my pump seems to move the coolant pretty powerfully through my system.
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post #29 of 32
Yer, and it's working fine. I got 750 litres an hour pump on it. I know it sounds silly, but have you taken the pump off and run it with water to see if its working? As for air block , mines a bay res , but is it full?
I pump though block then to top rad and then gravity helps.
From the picture, you pumping water up to rad and using gravity to help it run though yes?
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Dats a lot of tubing! You want to have the shortest amount possible to limit flow decrease! Though my pump seems to move the coolant pretty powerfully through my system.
Everything I've read said tube length is of minimal importance in terms of restriction — that blocks are the main problem.
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