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Just sent the below email. Hopefully they can send me a new pump that is as quiet as the other users have reported. Also, see the video I posted on Youtube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HerZ6azdrSg

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Customer Service,

I am writing in regards to a XSPC Rasa 750 kit I have had for about a week now. The pump is running with a slight chattering sound that other users of the kit have also reported. I have recorded a short video of the kit, and the pump noise is very noticeable, even over the case fans. What should I do? Thanks for any assistance!
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That is exactly what mine is sounding like! Let me know what they say!
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Yeah! That video was taken with the door open to my computer room and the television on in the living room in the middle of the day. Had I taken the video late at night with no one else up, the sound would have been much worse!

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That is exactly what mine is sounding like! Let me know what they say!
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I think I started a CATACLYSM like event in this thread lol ... the pump noise scandale
Nahhh... it's been a couple weeks now. It's just that more people are experiencing the same issue. Hopefully replacements will be issued shortly.
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I forgot who noticed it first, though I'm really glad that XSPC is handling it very well. Shows what kind of CS they have, a pretty good one. I really hate not being able to keep up with how fast you guys post. I will be going through one night when I have the free time and 100 PPP and get everyone added. I feel that I have neglected you guys a little bit and I'm sorry for that. But I thank all the great people that stay in this thread chatting and helping others. Life has made it so I don't have much free time and when I do, it's more or less me writing simple responses and leaving.

So if anyone needs to be added, don't worry. I will be making a run through and getting you all.
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Probably, but I think I'll go grab a D14 later and save the headache... maybe upgrade to a 1100T too. I'll WC when I can buy a custom loop with proven components.
There is no "headache". The RASA XSPC kit is an amazing kit with excellent components that rival any "custom" loop. The RX rad and XSPC waterblock are simply some of the best money can buy. The pump/res combo is hit and miss. Mine is dead silent and runs perfectly. I bought my RX360 kit from Dazmode for $199. The only add-ons I would recommend are change the tubing for 1/2" ID Feser One (or whatever you prefer) and perhaps the fittings if you want a cleaner look (I went with 1/2 inch to 1/4 compression fittings). This combo blows away the DH14 or any air cooler.
    
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That is exactly what mine is sounding like! Let me know what they say!
I think mine may have started out like that...well not quite as loud, but it's totally silent now. I can't hear it above my case fans which run at 700 rpm. To hear if its working, I have to literally put my ear right against it to hear the humming/staticy type noise (i.e. sounds like an aquarium pump).
    
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I think mine may have started out like that...well not quite as loud, but it's totally silent now. I can't hear it above my case fans which run at 700 rpm. To hear if its working, I have to literally put my ear right against it to hear the humming/staticy type noise (i.e. sounds like an aquarium pump).
I'll get it fully up and running for a day or two and see how it sounds. What can I do to know as many bubbles out as I can? tap the tubes and tilt the case and such?
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I shook mine for about an hour off and on when I first installed it, and now there are zero bubbles in the reservoir (except for a small few). With the plate on, I can't tell that water is flowing unless I look at the blue light and see its wavy pattern. This kit is the best money can buy given the price point/value.

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I'll get it fully up and running for a day or two and see how it sounds. What can I do to know as many bubbles out as I can? tap the tubes and tilt the case and such?
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Probably, but I think I'll go grab a D14 later and save the headache... maybe upgrade to a 1100T too. I'll WC when I can buy a custom loop with proven components.
The rasa kit is a custom loop, it just happens to be a combo package you can buy. All the parts are parts you can buy seperately.

The rasa block is probably one of the best blocks money can buy. It ranks second in temp, and second in flow rates. The EK supreme only beats it by .1c to 1c.
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Probably, but I think I'll go grab a D14 later and save the headache... maybe upgrade to a 1100T too. I'll WC when I can buy a custom loop with proven components.
http://www.overclock.net/12330902-post3845.html

i did a price check on parts in the kit and if you went custom with same parts they are quailty parts only thing can be the weak link is the pump and it seems xspc is fixing the small issue they had with noise.
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