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Seems like alienware x51 r3 uses a similar radiator setup as the corsair H5SF

wonder when that would be available?
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So, I recently got a h110i gt and I am having mixed results with it.
The cooler works great but I have already exchanged 2 through amazon as both times the fans make a very annoying vibration at around 1500RPM (according to c-link) and at 2000, there's an annoying rattling. Interestingly enough this rattling noise seem to occur only when both fans are plugged, if I test them one by one, there will be no rattling. Has anyone experienced that and if so, how did he fixed it?

Another thing that has been puzzling me, I read in some places that when set in "performance" mode the pump speed should be around 3000RPM however (and this has been true for the other unit I've sent it back as well) in my case when in performance mode, the pump stays at around 2700RPM. Interestingly enough, if I click on the pump in c-link and open the "Information" tab it will report 3005 as maximum pump speed. Are pumps just like fans as in not everyone is made equal and everyone is going to be different or, I just got a defective unit?

I am using C-link 3.2.5742 and the firmware version of the h110i gt is 1.1.8
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you can now see my concern.thumb.gif
sorry for bad pics...
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No one wants to comment on my question about rad below pump, in front intake position in a case? Could it work with the hose connections on the bottom, even though the pump would be above the top of the rad? Is it always a bad idea, or does it work fine for some, without long term or instant issues?
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you can now see my concern.thumb.gif
sorry for bad pics...

I have an H80i GT sp120 and the frame is plastic, no rubber inserts.

But that aside, apparently corsair did not think of repeated install/removal of this fan. Sad.

Hope corsair can fix the rubber frame, and maybe make the fan frame square in the process lol.


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No one wants to comment on my question about rad below pump, in front intake position in a case? Could it work with the hose connections on the bottom, even though the pump would be above the top of the rad? Is it always a bad idea, or does it work fine for some, without long term or instant issues?

It would work fine, just shake the unit a few times if air bubble create noise.

I do believe that the hose connection part is a reservoir, so keeping it in the bottom is a preferable way of doing it.
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It would work fine, just shake the unit a few times if air bubble create noise.

I do believe that the hose connection part is a reservoir, so keeping it in the bottom is a preferable way of doing it.

Thanks. It seems all manufacturers of these systems recommend always installing the radiator above or at least partially above the pump however. If air bubbles where to be sucked in to the loop when the system is turned on or something, I guess it would be a pain to have to take the pump off and shake it.. Not sure I'd wanna risk that unless there are people who successfully have their systems like that without problems...
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Thanks. It seems all manufacturers of these systems recommend always installing the radiator above or at least partially above the pump however. If air bubbles where to be sucked in to the loop when the system is turned on or something, I guess it would be a pain to have to take the pump off and shake it.. Not sure I'd wanna risk that unless there are people who successfully have their systems like that without problems...

Shake and test pump without installing first.

This is how I have mine installed, after dry testing and shaking the pump, the air bubble issue doesn't seem to be present anymore. On some occasions the problem only resurfaced for 10 seconds or so during initial bootup.

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your correct butalong with shaking...jumper your psu and give power only to the pump/block..let it run for a hour or so..you can keep the fans hooked up also..keeps your eyes entertained
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an even cooler way for mountig these in 120 form factor in the front is in the 5" bay regions...makes it all stealthy..ph34r2.gif btw..what case are you using?


fan issue..the difference between these and the included ones is exactly that my friend...
they should look into making the corners PRE_threaded plastic -SOLID or metal pre threaded THEN add the rubbers as extra in package or just over the corners and not so thick...ive tried putting sp120s on heatsinks in the past that uses clips...have to do the ziptie method each time when tested things...
other than this...not much to say ..for a fan that can give you low niose/low temps @ only 30% fan speed=700rpm...when compared to same setups with a fan like a jetflo or blademaster or xtraflo( have had these all before) at same fan speed % but @ above 1200rpm..then the sp120s do indeed shine..thumb.gif

man i cant wait to get my mod finished..i just found out my brother in laws company acquired a brand new departmant intended for CNC machine work...im going to visit them soon..gonna try prusaide them to go into the pc market for modding etc...
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your correct butalong with shaking...jumper your psu and give power only to the pump/block..let it run for a hour or so..you can keep the fans hooked up also..keeps your eyes entertained
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an even cooler way for mountig these in 120 form factor in the front is in the 5" bay regions...makes it all stealthy..ph34r2.gif btw..what case are you using?


fan issue..the difference between these and the included ones is exactly that my friend...
they should look into making the corners PRE_threaded plastic -SOLID or metal pre threaded THEN add the rubbers as extra in package or just over the corners and not so thick...ive tried putting sp120s on heatsinks in the past that uses clips...have to do the ziptie method each time when tested things...
other than this...not much to say ..for a fan that can give you low niose/low temps @ only 30% fan speed=700rpm...when compared to same setups with a fan like a jetflo or blademaster or xtraflo( have had these all before) at same fan speed % but @ above 1200rpm..then the sp120s do indeed shine..thumb.gif

man i cant wait to get my mod finished..i just found out my brother in laws company acquired a brand new departmant intended for CNC machine work...im going to visit them soon..gonna try prusaide them to go into the pc market for modding etc...

I'd say try the EK Vardar.

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Anyone has tried to pair the H110i GT with the noctua IPPC 3000pwm fans? Are there any issues?
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