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post #4201 of 13773
That pump in the video is quiet. I have to put the camera all the way up to the reservoir so you can hear the sound. When it was in my case, it would have and on & off type sound that makes it sound like a HDD running. Obviously that's not the case with my DDC pump. That does have an audible noise at all times. I know someone who got two of the DDCs and gave up and went the D5 route instead. The video were just for reference for some who wanted to know what the pumps sounds are. Your not going to run away from the X20 750 pump for what little noise it makes with an alternative Laing pump, so if ypur pump is working fine, let it be.
     
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So xspc is utterly refusing to replace this reservoir. The sound hasn't gotten any better after over a week straight of running 24/7. He also seems to be completely ignoring the fact that the inlet hole was chipped and that the power cable leaks, even after he told me to tighten it even harder than it was.
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So xspc is utterly refusing to replace this reservoir. The sound hasn't gotten any better after over a week straight of running 24/7. He also seems to be completely ignoring the fact that the inlet hole was chipped and that the power cable leaks, even after he told me to tighten it even harder than it was.
I do know that there has been a short delay in getting the new assemblies out so maybe that is the reason they have not stated that they woulkd send out a replacement.

I have been told about the delay and that I would be advised as to the expected completion of the work being done and when I would/could be receiving a replacement.
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mine was making noise also, you will waste lots of time dealing with them. Just buy a different brand.
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mine was making noise also, you will waste lots of time dealing with them. Just buy a different brand.
That is an option as well all though after thinking about it, it would place my present investment at a level comparable of having bought a higher end kit. I will personally wait it out and see. If within 3-4 weeks there is no result, then I may pursue this course of action. Also, I have seen a few posts of people stating that after a "month" the rattling quieted down... so... let's see. I am on record with them so time is no longer an issue imo.

Besides... it's free nagging from me to Mrs. Kah and she CAN'T say diddly squat about it! She's a bigger cheapskate than I am!

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When I say dead silent. I mean, dead silent. I couldn't take a video if I wanted.
Same here.
    
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post #4208 of 13773
The only time it made sound was the first time i started it and there was some air in the pump. Now it has a very very slight hum when there are no fans running or anything but otherwise you can't hear it.
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post #4209 of 13773
I will also chime in and say that my res/pump is completely silent.

At first it was slightly audible due to air trapped in the pump. I had also thought maybe something was wrong with the pump but soon realized the sound was slowly diminishing. I could sometimes hear bubbles gushing and purging through the pump.

It has been running for close to two months now and all the bubbles have left the system. Like mbudden said, it's dead silent.
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post #4210 of 13773
Ok then... Tonight when I get home and after my firsdt ceremonial beer (I call it my "day-winding-down-beer") I will try a suggestion I saw from a fellow OCN'er here to place a single drop of dishwashing sop in my res. This should help to loosen any remaining bubbles all though this is my second pump and it's been going at it for about 2-3 weeks already with no signs of diminishing.

What the heck... will be fun. Too bad it's not Mr. Bubbles... Wife uses apple scented Dawn so I should have the most aromatic water loop around!
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