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Thanks man, appreciate the info.
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More related to the Eiswolf as it is basically an Eiswolf, but silent loop driving GPU as well



**silent loop 240, thats basically had everything replaced haha, EK SE as needed a slim rad to fit in and silent wing 3 fans as fans they provide are just aweful!
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Does anyone have a silent loop 280, or eisbaer 280, with better fans (noctua, or... Anything else) in push/pull? I'm not an expert but on my old gen 2/3 asetek push/pull did make a difference.

Or how about just the fan change? I'm having a hard time making a CLC choice.
Edited by drdrache - 4/8/17 at 4:22pm
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I use Corsair ML120's with 240 and these are really silent, but effective. Not the cheapest ones around, though.
    
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I use Corsair ML120's with 240 and these are really silent, but effective. Not the cheapest ones around, though.
I do appreciate it - IMO the alphacool all-copper rad lends itself well to high end fans.
my real issue is - in years past reviewers would take the CLCs and put the "best" (or "Some of the Best") to take the fan equation out of it - so that you are comparing pump (flow/noise) and actual cooling performance directly. (you know, how you would compare radiator performance)

yes I am aware of FPI lending itself to CFM or mmH20 depending on density.

I did spend a few hours looking - I unfortunately didn't find anyone doing that anymore.
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I use Corsair ML120's with 240 and these are really silent, but effective. Not the cheapest ones around, though.

Was there a performance Delta with the better fans?
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Was there a performance Delta with the better fans?

Actually I never used the original fans to begin with, heard they are louder and less effective as ML120's are, so thought it wouldn't been worth it. biggrin.gif
    
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Was there a performance Delta with the better fans?

Actually I never used the original fans to begin with, heard they are louder and less effective as ML120's are, so thought it wouldn't been worth it. biggrin.gif

fair enough - damn I wanted to get the eisbear 280 - but guess what is OOS everywhere I look? (without paying a huge $100 markup)

found it - lol, it helps to not be an idiot.
Edited by drdrache - 4/10/17 at 4:39pm
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I want to get opinion on an issue. I got eisbaer 360. It worked without problems for about a week, then suddenly started making crackling noises. People at the store told me it is bubbles and it needs to be shaked to remove the bubbles inside. I did that a few times already, but noise keeps coming back. I made a video below. Any ideas what can be done or why it does that?

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7QZjp39-J6Da1p2MnFVOHQ3aTg
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I want to get opinion on an issue. I got eisbaer 360. It worked without problems for about a week, then suddenly started making crackling noises. People at the store told me it is bubbles and it needs to be shaked to remove the bubbles inside. I did that a few times already, but noise keeps coming back. I made a video below. Any ideas what can be done or why it does that?

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7QZjp39-J6Da1p2MnFVOHQ3aTg

I actually had that issue for a little while. It disappeared after I refilled the unit completing my loop, and added a few drops of dishwater soap (use the clear without perfume) before adding distilled water and anti-algae mix back in I had. But I agree with what your store said, it's probably micro bubbles stock inside the pump. They will clear out eventually but it can take a few weeks.
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