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Originally Posted by Brian18741 View Post

Hi Joseph,

I have created an auto RMA ticket on Corsair Force and paid for Express RMA. The money was debited from my account imminently and I received an auto confirmation email within minutes, however I have heard nothing since. This was on March 12th, 5 working days ago.

If I PM you the ticket number could you follow up for me?

Thanks in advance!

Yes, sure. Go ahead and send me a PM with your ticket # and I'll look into it right away so we can find out what's causing the delay. Thanks
post #24872 of 28306
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Originally Posted by CyBorg807 View Post

that's what I thought at first but according to my bios and other software it was going 1850rpms and I could feel it pumping fluid through the tube. The temps also never got any worse so I believe the pump was functioning. I did manage to find someone on the evga forums who had a very similar issue to mine, he couldn't figure out what the issue was either but he RMA the H100i and the next one worked fine.

It does sound like a bad unit, though some of the indicators like the pump's rpm being at 1850 and liquid movement through the tubes suggests otherwise. When you installed the H105 on both CPUs, are absolutely sure that there was a good contact between the CPU and coldplate? like the pump is properly secured on top of the CPU and has no play?
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Yes, sure. Go ahead and send me a PM with your ticket # and I'll look into it right away so we can find out what's causing the delay. Thanks

PM sent!
post #24874 of 28306
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Originally Posted by Corsair Joseph View Post

It does sound like a bad unit, though some of the indicators like the pump's rpm being at 1850 and liquid movement through the tubes suggests otherwise. When you installed the H105 on both CPUs, are absolutely sure that there was a good contact between the CPU and coldplate? like the pump is properly secured on top of the CPU and has no play?

Wow I feel stupid, I never bothered to erase my Ini file for realtemp, which was on the HDD I transferred over to my new build (went from 3770K to 4930K) so all my temps have been way off.. I actually returned the H105 today and got another H100i, ran it witht the old ini file, to temp was 94C, realized what the issue was finally and corrected it and now my top temps are 86C, idle temps are also about 15C lower.

Well now that that is sorted out and I have your attention, is there any word on when the Current version of Corsair link for W:pin 8.1 will be out of Beta?
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Cyborg i believe there is still no set date altough i run beta drivers for mine 8.1 cooled with h100i and it works flawless, i think they still giving it final touches smile.gif

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WOULD BE GOOD TO HAVE CORSAIR 250D IMAGE IN LINK
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Yesterday I found some power in me to try and at last find where does this irritating noise is coming from in my PC, as a result dissassemled the whole thing and when the last to parts left PSU (Corsair Ax860i) and H100i, I found out that it's the pump. So I took of the block and installed box cooler and run H100i unscrewed in my hands. It was perfectly quite but vibration was pretty strong, so it's obvious that noise is due to vibration. Noise is the loudest from the back of motherboard where the CPU is.
How do people battle this effect? I don't think it's faulty unit i guess It's just the way it works, no ?
I've read that ppl are putting some washers and spacers when installing the backplate any good instructions on that ?
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Hello,

I have this cooler for about 14-16 months
and it seems like my h100i tubing decided to expand with some unnerving results:






Has it ever happend to you? if so, what did you do?
should i rma and is it a valid reason to rma?
i dont know how vital these little rubber 'plugs' (?) are for the integrity of the system.
I can only guess it's been that way for a while and nothing leaked so far, does it seem like a big problem?

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!
tnx.
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I would definitely RMA that unit. I certainly wouldn't put it back in my system in that condition!
post #24879 of 28306
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Originally Posted by CyBorg807 View Post

Well now that that is sorted out and I have your attention, is there any word on when the Current version of Corsair link for W:pin 8.1 will be out of Beta?

Cool, glad to hear that you've got it all figured out thumb.gif

There are still some minor bugs that we are trying to iron out (varies from platform to platform). But once those issues have been rectified, we'll release the official version right away. We are trying finalize everything by the end of this month, so we can get them out by either 1st or 2nd week of April.
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WOULD BE GOOD TO HAVE CORSAIR 250D IMAGE IN LINK

Noted. We'll make sure to include the 250D and other new cases.
post #24880 of 28306
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Originally Posted by dorian101 View Post

Hello,

I have this cooler for about 14-16 months
and it seems like my h100i tubing decided to expand with some unnerving results:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



Has it ever happend to you? if so, what did you do?
should i rma and is it a valid reason to rma?
i dont know how vital these little rubber 'plugs' (?) are for the integrity of the system.
I can only guess it's been that way for a while and nothing leaked so far, does it seem like a big problem?

Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!
tnx.

Sorry to see that. But no worries, that plastic cover is purely for aesthetic reasons and does not affect the cooler's integrity nor it's effectiveness down the road. We've seen that happen before, and it is due to temp change along the tubes overtime.

You are more than welcome to submit an RMA to get it replaced if you choose to do so, I have no problem approving your RMA. Just let me know.
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