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post #1791 of 6063

^that is the whole thought, if you have C&Q on, (or intel equivelent,) then you are most likely hearing the pump running too slow! Therefore, you should speed it up to 100% in BIOS to make sure it is getting proper voltage.

    
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^that is the whole thought, if you have C&Q on, (or intel equivelent,) then you are most likely hearing the pump running too slow! Therefore, you should speed it up to 100% in BIOS to make sure it is getting proper voltage.

I have C&Q and C1E enabled on my 1055T and overclocked. I have the 3-pin connector plugged in from the base to my CPU header, and both fans to the y-cable off the base.

Are you saying I should switch this to a different header?

Makes no sense to me because the chiller software reports 3000~RPM on the pump?

The CPU Q-Fan function (ASUS board) is disabled on it. So... am I good or what?
    
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post #1793 of 6063

In some instances, the computer cust power to the fans for energy saving. This is why you should manually tell it "NO!" Just saying these people hearing the clicking noise should try this before sending it back to Antec.

    
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post #1794 of 6063
The pump "click" noise is sort of a defective and the customer should always return the product. It's not even written in the manual for shaking, etc.. My brand new pump was clicking like crazy out of the box. Thought would settle overnight, but didn't so I RMA'd it. Always try to replace while you can.
post #1795 of 6063
I have now turned the pump upside down / 180* degrees. Seems the fish tank noise is gone but i'm not sure yet. And i'm thinking to RMA this board, 2 dead fan headers :/, now the pump is connected to CHA_FAN4.
post #1796 of 6063

I'm sure the dead board doesn't help the noise in the Kuhler eitherwink.gif

    
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post #1797 of 6063
Kuhler 920 with 2 x GT 1150RPM (Still looking for the 1850RPM version ;( )
One thing i am not really sure, as you can see on the picture the tubes are a bit "twisted", is it safe ?, i dont exactly plan to have a leak on top of my 600u$d graphic card.



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post #1798 of 6063
According to you with the radiator turned so that the tubes are up, you lose in performance or the same? I shot and the ducting up and I seem to spend a little ', in addition I noticed that the radiator fluid, moving it feels, it means that there is a lot of air in, if I change the tubes and the liquid and fill well without air gain in performance?
post #1799 of 6063
After trying out everything i was not able to get rid of the clicking sound. I tried to hold the radiator in my hand and move it in all directions to see if it would stop the noise on one. But it did not. Also tried to move the pump upside down but did not help. So i gave up and was thinking to RMA but then i tried the magnet fix once more and now the clicking sound is gone. I hope it does not come back.

So i just taped a smaller magnet onto the pump right above the antec logo and i turned off the light on the logo, because i cant see it glow anyway because of the tape over it. So i will leave the PC on over night and check tomorrow hen i wake up whether there is still noise. If it is, i will RMA both cooler and mobo, else i will not RMA anything. Can live with 2 dead cpu fan headers.
post #1800 of 6063
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According to you with the radiator turned so that the tubes are up, you lose in performance or the same? I shot and the ducting up and I seem to spend a little ', in addition I noticed that the radiator fluid, moving it feels, it means that there is a lot of air in, if I change the tubes and the liquid and fill well without air gain in performance?

I don't think it matters, but just in case i will flip the radiator tomorrow and check temps again.
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