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Originally Posted by thrasherht View Post
make sure the pump wires are connected to the black and yellow wires from the PSU and not the black and red wires.

You should email XSPC and tell them your pump is getting little to no flow, they will send you out a new pump pronto. my replacement pump arrived in less then 2 days.
This^^^

The red wire on the molex harness is 5.5v. I heard this pump don't like running under 7v. The yellow is 12v.
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Originally Posted by Jonesey I7 View Post
His temps suck big time, he rerouted his loop, his temps still suck big time. He's putting the h70 back on

I personally think he has mad air that isn't let out, or a terrible mount on the cpu with too much/little t.i.m.

Just ask Bal3wolf how many times he had to remount to get it right. And how long it took to get all the air out, EVEN WHEN you think it's all out.
Hopefully he applied TIM very lightly and not much. Having either too little or too much will cause bad temps. Not to mention having a bad mount will do that as well. I know you know that, but yeah.

What TIM are you using? If you're using the stuff that came with the kit. It's not the greatest TIM in the world.

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Yea but dont thk thats his problem cause he pinches the tubing and say it feels like no flow so sounds like the pump is screwed.

One more thing tho the molex make sure the wires are in spots for 12 volts not 5.
Hmm. He doesn't have to pinch the tubing to feel it vibrating which indicated flow. Hopefully he's touching the write tube coming out of the loop. It should be vibrating indicating there is flow.

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Originally Posted by wermad View Post
wow, another faulty pump, what the heckityheck
I'm sure there is always a bad batch.

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Originally Posted by taftmcintosh View Post
In booneville ive got about 6 inches of snow, and still snowing at the moment. It stays on here in the mountains.
Got about 4 inches of snow up here in Central PA.

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Originally Posted by logan666 View Post
my temps are no better than my h70 i had
You should have better temps than the H70.

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Originally Posted by thrasherht View Post
make sure the pump wires are connected to the black and yellow wires from the PSU and not the black and red wires.

You should email XSPC and tell them your pump is getting little to no flow, they will send you out a new pump pronto. my replacement pump arrived in less then 2 days.
What he said.

Just contact XSPC and let them know and they will send you a new one. From all the people that had to get a replacement, I've heard nothing but good things about their CS. Yes. It's a PITA. But hey, it happens sometimes.

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My 240 rs kit performs waaaay better than the h70 it cant be working correctly or you have tons of bubbles in the loop
Bubbles are a PITA and are not avoidable, unless you prefill and use disconnects.
post #2173 of 13773
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post
This^^^

The red wire on the molex harness is 5.5v. I heard this pump don't like running under 7v. The yellow is 12v.
I think (I think) I had this exact problem, my pump just stopped running a week ago, I unplugged it, and made sure it was plugged in properly

Now it's running fine no problems
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wot wires on th psu theres on the molex connectors???
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ive pluged in the molex connector on the res it has 2 cables goin 2 the molex harness a blue and red 1 ive got it pluged straight into the long flat black modular cablre from the psu???
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post #2177 of 13773
molex would fit one way unless u jam it in...so why mention the molex problem? im sure he has enough common sense to put it in right.


EDIT:

Btw, putting the 1156 backplate onto the ASUS p67 mobo ( i think all of the p8p67 versions ) isnt do able without taking the springs out of the screws which would influence the tension and create pretty bad temps. the mounting and backplate on the p67 would screw up the backplate.

either need longer screws or take the springs out.
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molex would fit one way unless u jam it in...so why mention the molex problem? im sure he has enough common sense to put it in right.
Because some people have had the wires pulled out and put them back in the wrong spot putting the pump in 5v instead of 12.
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post #2179 of 13773
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Because some people have had the wires pulled out and put them back in the wrong spot putting the pump in 5v instead of 12.
This^^^
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Because some people have had the wires pulled out and put them back in the wrong spot putting the pump in 5v instead of 12.
This.

Mine wasn't in very securely. I actually had to pull the pin out and pry the little metal things open a bit more.
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