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Ok. So I've installed the H60, but the pump is making a loud sound, best described as a hard drive thinking. I'm assuming this is not normal as for the 1st minute it was running it was silent. Will this horrible noise go away, I've send my issue to corsair support as this sound does not seem normal. But what do you guys think, I've read on the forums some people say it goes away after an hour, while some does not and I should rma?
More than likely you have air trapped in the line someplace. You might have to move your Radiator around while tapping the lines with a pencil or try tipping your case in different directions while tapping the lines to get it to go away.

If it persists, you might have better luck by undoing the block giving the whole unit a shaking and make sure your Radiator lines are at the bottom instead of at the top. Air travels up not down in liquid. If it's already that way then just make sure you return it as it was and make sure to change the TIM before putting it back onto the CPU. If the TIM is still fresh, use a Razor blade scrape off what you can to reapply after rolling into a ball. If that ball is not the size of a reasonable sized pea then you will need to replace it with fresh TIM.

You don't want to mix it with fresh TIM even if it's the same brand type(Shin Etsu G751) because air can get trapped between the two substances which can affect the temps just as easily as air trapped in the lines.

Hope this helps and welcome to the Hydro Series Club.

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With noise, you also have to make sure all 4 screws for the block are screwed in all the way or else the little offset can make vibrations and noise from the pump. Make sure you push towards the screwhead, but don't force it if it doesn't want to go any further.
    
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since im new to watercooling ...
i want to ask...
do i have to watch out for coolant in h50 and replace it by time..
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post #18934 of 28345
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since im new to watercooling ...
i want to ask...
do i have to watch out for coolant in h50 and replace it by time..
Nope, that's somewhat the beauty of the system, it's fully sealed so no maintenance is required
    
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Is there any liquid in it ... how is is possible that with high heat water is not lost
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New to the forum but been around the OC'ing scene for a good while now. I was looking for a site with a lot of info and and good community and after a ton of google searches about the 2600k it always led me to this site so I went ahead and signed up! Love this cooler by the way! I had the cooler master 212+ and bought this to try it out (and I got it for 45 bucks at best buy). This is WAY cooler than my 212 at load and the same idle temps so I am extremely happy.


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welcome to the club! i was also using 212+ but had to switch to h60 for ram clearance. temps are almost identical but i still like it. looks neat and clean
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post #18938 of 28345
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Is there any liquid in it ... how is is possible that with high heat water is not lost
It's a completely sealed loop, there would be no place for the coolant to go to. Not to mention your processor shouldn't even be reaching close to the boiling point, so it will be constantly in liquid form.

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New to the forum but been around the OC'ing scene for a good while now. I was looking for a site with a lot of info and and good community and after a ton of google searches about the 2600k it always led me to this site so I went ahead and signed up! Love this cooler by the way! I had the cooler master 212+ and bought this to try it out (and I got it for 45 bucks at best buy). This is WAY cooler than my 212 at load and the same idle temps so I am extremely happy.
Welcome to OCN!

You might find better load temps if you do a pull configuration, though if you're happy with your current temps, it might not be worth the hassle of switching for a 1-2C difference in load temps. Great looking setup though, it is very clean.
    
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Is that molex running a cable through your water hole port? lol. Is that for the fan outside?
its the pwm fan cable, well there wasn't any other way to pass it through at least the case it had the holes for water cooling tubes.
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heh, I've made the same decision with 2 x CM Blade Master for my H70. I'll pick them up on Tuesday, hoping for the best

Despite this enthusiasm, I really don't think that the rated static pressure (3.90mm) on those Blade Masters are for real. Maybe something near 3.00mm would be more accurate, idk ... 3.90mm is pretty high !
hey i just received the fan yesterday, and i think that 3.9mm is spot because they move a lot of air and im not even running them at full speed
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