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post #4211 of 13773
just a fyi... if you thought your pump was bad or loud... newegg has a sale going on for scythe fans... I just picked up 4 for 30 bucks... they're rated at 40dba and move 110 CFM... I'm probably going to have to pick up a fan controller soon but it'll be worth it... I mostly wear noise cancelling headphones anyways...
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I didnt have any issues getting a replacement for my pump/res. Sucks that some of you are having trouble with this. Dazhong just sent me a new one that is dead silent. Hell The last thing I heard from him was he needed an address conformation. Four days later Fed Ex was at my door with it. Funny thing is I had no idea he even sent it yet.
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Originally Posted by Kahbrohn View Post
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.
It's not because of a delay, he's flat out saying no and that the sound is normal after jumping through hoops to get multiple videos.
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I didnt have any issues getting a replacement for my pump/res. Sucks that some of you are having trouble with this. Dazhong just sent me a new one that is dead silent. Hell The last thing I heard from him was he needed an address conformation. Four days later Fed Ex was at my door with it. Funny thing is I had no idea he even sent it yet.
He has those shipped out of their Texas facility. Just out of curiosity... how long ago was this?

Yes, it is a shame but molds unfortunately do wear out or get banged up. It's just bad luck. What I sometimes lost sight of at the beginning was that even though there was noise, the loop worked as intended so my first expedition into thge wtaer cooling world was not all that bad. Had a bit of bad luck? Yeah... I did. But I shut down my computer at night to sleep. I don't fold or anything so I don't have to put up with the rattling.

I will say this though... the small amount of time the replacement I was sent worked, it was dead silent. I mean, I had to look at the monitor and the mobo lights just to make sure the computer was on. That's why I know this will work.

Faith... that's all I need and not much of it.
post #4215 of 13773
Yes, I was told my sound was normal as well. I guess you can consider anything 'normal' when enough people pony up and say it happens to them too. Anyway, like everyone else, I will be waiting on further word about the new, improved pumps and whether I will get a replacement or not. I am really tempted to just get another resevoir (the Koolance RP series is SO SWEET!), but I will wait this out. I can deal with the noise of the pump, but I should not have to. That is the issue.

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He has those shipped out of their Texas facility. Just out of curiosity... how long ago was this?

Yes, it is a shame but molds unfortunately do wear out or get banged up. It's just bad luck. What I sometimes lost sight of at the beginning was that even though there was noise, the loop worked as intended so my first expedition into thge wtaer cooling world was not all that bad. Had a bit of bad luck? Yeah... I did. But I shut down my computer at night to sleep. I don't fold or anything so I don't have to put up with the rattling.

I will say this though... the small amount of time the replacement I was sent worked, it was dead silent. I mean, I had to look at the monitor and the mobo lights just to make sure the computer was on. That's why I know this will work.

Faith... that's all I need and not much of it.
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Yes, I was told my sound was normal as well. I guess you can consider anything 'normal' when enough people pony up and say it happens to them too. Anyway, like everyone else, I will be waiting on further word about the new, improved pumps and whether I will get a replacement or not. I am really tempted to just get another resevoir (the Koolance RP series is SO SWEET!), but I will wait this out. I can deal with the noise of the pump, but I should not have to. That is the issue.
Exactly... I could not agree more.
post #4217 of 13773
Question about the rs 240 kit

how strong is the pump
i plan on adding another res and mosfet/nb/gpu blocks
do i need another pump or is the one that came with the kit sufficient

can i mount the res/pump combo somewhere other than the drive bays?

your feedback is much appreciated
post #4218 of 13773
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Question about the rs 240 kit

how strong is the pump
i plan on adding another res and mosfet/nb/gpu blocks
do i need another pump or is the one that came with the kit sufficient

can i mount the res/pump combo somewhere other than the drive bays?

your feedback is much appreciated
To cool all of that I would honestly suggest you look at the RX360 rad right off the bat. Maybe even an additional 240 (I'm leaning to the RX though) in your loop. Then, I would also say yes... you may have to think of a stronger pump. The kit pump (as per the general opinion here) is that the pump/res that comes with the kit is good for the CPU and a GPU. Beyond that you may want a bit more umph from your pump.
post #4219 of 13773
i plan on adding a dd x flow 240 rad
and i want the rads to stay inside my case so the 360 is out of the question
would it be sufficient to say run 2 of the res.pump in the same loop

and can i place the res/pump somewhere other than the drive bays?


id get a diff pump but im worried they would fight each other since they will most def be diff lph specs
post #4220 of 13773
The H20 750 pump isn't that strong. One CPU Block + one low restriction GPU block + rad is about the most you'd want to put on it.
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