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post #4951 of 106066
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That was quick!
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post #4952 of 106066
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That was quick!
by the way, your old link was messed up, if you can find it i will add it back to the list.
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by the way, your old link was messed up, if you can find it i will add it back to the list.
NP, I have no idea where it is......I updated my post a few posts up with the info. You can use that one. Thanks
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I should have posted this a few weeks back but here's my BIX II! I also got rid of the t-line yes yes I know to many 90s I'm gonna get rid of them soon

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Temps while compiling chromium-dev. All 4 core are at %100...I have cflags set to punish the CPU. Vcore is at 1.496V in BIOS, though the sensor is reading 1.51V in Linux. These are pretty average temps for me when maxed out. I may need to reseat the thermal paste sometime...it hasn't been reseated in at least a year.

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post #4956 of 106066
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the foam will work fine. pretty much anything that is not rigid will work.

they sell foam blocks specifically shaped to the bottom of the pumps that work great.
I still have the foam at the bottom of my pump. Pc's been running for almost 5 days now and no problems so far. I really hope the pump doesn't burn from the trapped heat due to the foam


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cut up a crappy mouse pad for a temporary solution. im sure you could find some sort of rubber or dampener that would work at lowes
Thank you for the suggestion! Thinking of buying a BIG O Ring and replacing the foam underneath. You think that would work?


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I have my MCP655 mounted vertically (inlet facing up) in the bottom of my TJ-07 as well, I just folded over a sheet of paper towel to about 3"x3" and put it under the pump. Seems to be be pretty silent compared to the fans.
For me, it's MUCH more silent then before I put the foam there. Before this my PC was literally a vaccum cleaner. I could hear it hum even from inside my room with doors closed

So how long has yours been running? did u try and feel the pump (whether it was hotter then usual?)

I like the foam, it's cheap, extremely easy to put under the pump and effectively removes the humming, now all i can hear are my fans. but i'm scared my pump will die
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post #4957 of 106066
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Temps while compiling chromium-dev. All 4 core are at %100...I have cflags set to punish the CPU. Vcore is at 1.496V in BIOS, though the sensor is reading 1.51V in Linux. These are pretty average temps for me when maxed out. I may need to reseat the thermal paste sometime...it hasn't been reseated in at least a year.

Excuse me, but what for system monitor is this? It looks quite nice.
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post #4958 of 106066
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I still have the foam at the bottom of my pump. Pc's been running for almost 5 days now and no problems so far. I really hope the pump doesn't burn from the trapped heat due to the foam
haha, it will be fine.

the pumps come with a rubber foam block to put under them. they are designed for it.
post #4959 of 106066
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haha, it will be fine.

the pumps come with a rubber foam block to put under them. they are designed for it.
You'll have to excuse my noob-ness but what is a rubber foam block?




That's my pump...just to be clear and to avoid misunderstandings
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the square thing with the adhesive tape on both sides in this picture. the MCP3xx pumps should all come with one. it sticks to the bottom of the pump and is just a dense foam that absorbs vibration.
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