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ok, so i just received my 2nd rasa 750 reservoir/pump in the mail. the first one was sent back when i sent an mp3 of the noise it was making and was told that it was defective. I thought "thank god". Now here is my 2nd reservoir/pump. it was dead silent for literally the first 2 minutes (during which i thought my prayers were answered) then immediately started back in with that same loud goddamn rattle. this is not to be mistaken for the sound of bubbles traveling through the tubes or waterblocks, but rather a LOUD rattling noise emanating from the pump itself. i use this for an audio recording rig and the noise is absolutely unacceptable. hell, even for a normal rig that friggin rattle can be heard in the hallway outside the bedroom.

i've tried it on a desk with multiple towels underneath it to dampen any vibration or noise, with a short loop to test. the noise is clearly coming from the pump inside the reservoir. I'm just about fed up with this.

another pet peeve of mine, the replacement reservoir came in a retail box that states it contains instructions. there were no instructions whatsoever. i went to the website and followed the instructions listed there for the res/pump.

either this company has absolutely no quality assurance process, or this is in fact how loud they are. after sending the mp3 of the noise from the original pump to the director of the company, Paul Lockley, he stated that the pump should be silent. Silent is not a relative term.




Can someone with a "working system" please take a video of your reservoir/pump running without any fans. just the reservoir and the loop. I want to know for sure how "silent" these reservoir/pumps are.

to be specific, i have the rasa 750 rs 360 kit. please video your reservoir running with no other fans or pc components. if you can record your rig running the loop with that included power supply clip, so you don't have move your rig all around, it would be of huge benefit to me and I'm sure many others for whom noise is a concern.

if it turns out the pumps are no where near silent. I'll be asking for a full refund.

if it turns out i received yet another faulty pump, i'll be calling in to get another one... i guess. what a goddamn nightmare.

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for what its worth, I bought my xspc rasa 750 rs360 kit last week and installed it without a hitch. The pump is dead silent, to the point I was worried it wasn't working. I heard it gave some noise. Turns out mine is completely silent and I cant hear it at all with no other fans running and the system off except for the pump being jumped from the motherboard power cable.
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on the lighter side, this video is hilarious. if this xspc pump doesn't work out, it's oil time. lol.
    
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for what its worth, I bought my xspc rasa 750 rs360 kit last week and installed it without a hitch. The pump is dead silent, to the point I was worried it wasn't working. I heard it gave some noise. Turns out mine is completely silent and I cant hear it at all with no other fans running and the system off except for the pump being jumped from the motherboard power cable.
i would definitely like to see a video. not that i don't believe you, but i think people are taking generous liberties with their interpretation of the word silent.
    
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I thought this kit was installation ready? Now, I have to go out and by SEPARATE screws to install my fans? Doesn't make sense!

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It uses 6-32, and if no one warned you yet, there's nothing from preventing the screw from piercing the core if it goes in too far (so make sure they're the right length).
post #3475 of 13773
I think my fans came with screws... it is installation ready
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My screws are too long! I would either have to get spacers, or shorter screws. This sucks!

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I think my fans came with screws... it is installation ready
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I put little rubber spacers inbetween.. Not sure what they were supposed to be used for but thats what I used em for, worked great...
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Hey, I have no plan on using dye in my loop. But I've heard RIT dye will physically dye/stain the tubing. Does this hold? or will I have a risk of it seeping into the water and cause a mess?
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I was lucky enough to find some, 2 bottles left as well...Setting it all up now.
Nice... Otherwise, it would have to have been the "Beer" in the "Land of Beer and BBQ"... Funny how beer would be easier to get than DW. Hahahahahaha...
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i would definitely like to see a video. not that i don't believe you, but i think people are taking generous liberties with their interpretation of the word silent.
My pump just has a very small humming sound if you put your ear next to it. Seems like a bad batch of pumps Someone must not be testing them.
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