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post #38721 of 106085
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Originally Posted by Milespnz View Post

Hi all. This is my first time posting.

I have recently built my first custom water cooling loop and it performs very well. I have leak tested and bleed the system but the pump is still noise.

I have to admit I am disappointed so far. I had a hyper 212+ that was basically silent and was expecting water cooling to not only perform well but be silent.

The pump isn't very loud but it is audible, more so then I expected. I can hear it when I have head phones on and I cant live with it. I would rather just air cool again.

Pump is the latest xspc x2o 750 v4 acrylic version. I am also running a Magicool 180 RAD and an XSPC Rasa CPU block.

Welcome mate!

I could imagine the noise has to do with vibration. Try to place some rubber or foam between the reservoir and the screws. Hope this helps.
post #38722 of 106085
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Originally Posted by Milespnz View Post

Hi all. This is my first time posting.

I have recently built my first custom water cooling loop and it performs very well. I have leak tested and bleed the system but the pump is still noise.

I have to admit I am disappointed so far. I had a hyper 212+ that was basically silent and was expecting water cooling to not only perform well but be silent.

The pump isn't very loud but it is audible, more so then I expected. I can hear it when I have head phones on and I cant live with it. I would rather just air cool again.

Pump is the latest xspc x2o 750 v4 acrylic version. I am also running a Magicool 180 RAD and an XSPC Rasa CPU block.

I have the x2o 750v4 as well and i cant hear it at all. It needs a bit of help bleeding out though.
post #38723 of 106085
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

Should have my SLI Titan loop set up by this weekend! biggrin.gif


Serious e-envy.
post #38724 of 106085
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Originally Posted by Milespnz View Post

Hi all. This is my first time posting.

I have recently built my first custom water cooling loop and it performs very well. I have leak tested and bleed the system but the pump is still noise.

I have to admit I am disappointed so far. I had a hyper 212+ that was basically silent and was expecting water cooling to not only perform well but be silent.

The pump isn't very loud but it is audible, more so then I expected. I can hear it when I have head phones on and I cant live with it. I would rather just air cool again.

Pump is the latest xspc x2o 750 v4 acrylic version. I am also running a Magicool 180 RAD and an XSPC Rasa CPU block.

Maybe try to run pump at 9V it should decrease noise.
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post #38725 of 106085
I just realised that I started the Rees is the acrylic version. It's actually the black version.
post #38726 of 106085
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

Maybe this is where people think you're dangerous B Neg! biggrin.gif All those 'threats' you hand out...

And @Sebar - beautiful execution there! All these copper pipe builds are making me want to redo mine - but I just ordered my sleeving from Nils... redface.gif

Thanks for QA'ing my post, I will go back and make the revisions. wink.gif

I like all hard tubing systems I am seeing. It is a great alternative to traditional tubing.
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I would love to do a full build but I would prefer to use hard lines as it looks so much cleaner. Probably not a good idea for a first timer..
post #38728 of 106085
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Originally Posted by Milespnz View Post

Hi all. This is my first time posting.

I have recently built my first custom water cooling loop and it performs very well. I have leak tested and bleed the system but the pump is still noise.

I have to admit I am disappointed so far. I had a hyper 212+ that was basically silent and was expecting water cooling to not only perform well but be silent.

The pump isn't very loud but it is audible, more so then I expected. I can hear it when I have head phones on and I cant live with it. I would rather just air cool again.

Pump is the latest xspc x2o 750 v4 acrylic version. I am also running a Magicool 180 RAD and an XSPC Rasa CPU block.

Hi there,

for some reason there is a rumor out there that watercooling is always silent/inaudible but this obviously not the fact as long as your are not especially building it to be silent.
But don't give up, there's hope smile.gif
As the others already mentioned are there some things you can do and if that still is not enough you also have the possibility to swap out the pump to something better or more silent.
I also had to learn that beginning on watercooling can be a long way of trial and error. Reading a lot here on this forum and watch some videos on youtube from the right guys helps a lot. So if you should go for new pump do some decent research before purchase thumb.gif
 
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post #38729 of 106085
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I would love to do a full build but I would prefer to use hard lines as it looks so much cleaner. Probably not a good idea for a first timer..

Its not hard to do,there is a bending guide in my sig if you fancy a crack at it?
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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

Maybe this is where people think you're dangerous B Neg! biggrin.gif All those 'threats' you hand out...

And @Sebar - beautiful execution there! All these copper pipe builds are making me want to redo mine - but I just ordered my sleeving from Nils... redface.gif

Thanks for QA'ing my post, I will go back and make the revisions. wink.gif

I like all hard tubing systems I am seeing. It is a great alternative to traditional tubing.

Been a bit of an explosion of them,sorry about that....

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post #38730 of 106085
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Interesting,i will give that a go later,see if that works..

Connecting thru the USB to the board may well work,i didnt think of that.

Yep AquaSuite works very well. Connect it to the USB header just make sure your connecting it the correct way or else you could short the motor!! smile.gif
I love my Ehiem pump.
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