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    Antec Kühler H2O 620
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    Antec Kühler H2O 920
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post #3371 of 6063
This is what I did to remove the air from my system - it originally made a hard disks type chatter. I set up another power supply, used the green to black paper clip to turn the PS on, used the molex to three pin fan adapter from the yellow/black (12V) and then proceeded to move both the radiator and pump in any direction that made it quiet. Then I estimated the position in my case and voila-it became SILENT - the fans on low speed - 344rpm are noisier. almost a week now.
post #3372 of 6063
344 rpm? wow. That's slow ..
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344 RPM, Is it moving xD
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344RPM is WAY too slow for proper cooling - I would be concerned if my SP120's (that have a supposedly better static pressure than the stock antecs) were to go below 500RPM.
You want your antecs to be running at a minimum of 600RPM for stable temps.
But whatever works for you... just don't fry that chip rolleyes.gif
post #3375 of 6063
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Yes I have.
I am not sure what you mean with "black cable goes on the right side of the port". My cables are all black and which port do you mean?
I have also let the PC run for a while while on its side so that the air could rise out, it did not change anything.

By black cable i mean that the usb connector has individual colored wires on it and there is a black wire that should be attached to the header with it on the right hand side.
post #3376 of 6063
Hi, I searched the thread, but maybe i didn't look hard enough. But I've got the Kuhler 920, and I've got the pump plugged into an adapter that plugs into the PSU. So my pump is always at about 3000 RPMs. Is anyone else doing this? if so, have you had any issues with the pump? I don't wanna burn it out prematurely.
post #3377 of 6063
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Hi, I searched the thread, but maybe i didn't look hard enough. But I've got the Kuhler 920, and I've got the pump plugged into an adapter that plugs into the PSU. So my pump is always at about 3000 RPMs. Is anyone else doing this? if so, have you had any issues with the pump? I don't wanna burn it out prematurely.

What kind of "adapter"? Is it plugged into a molex?

It shouldn't be running at 3000RPM ; 2400rpm is the rated speed. Where are you getting the 3000rpm figure from ?
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What kind of "adapter"? Is it plugged into a molex?

It shouldn't be running at 3000RPM ; 2400rpm is the rated speed. Where are you getting the 3000rpm figure from ?

Yeah it's plugged into a molex. and I get the 3000 RPM pump speed from the chill control program.
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Yeah it's plugged into a molex. and I get the 3000 RPM pump speed from the chill control program.

3k pump speed is the default, and doesn't run any lower - I think dman got confused with you talking about FAN speed there
post #3380 of 6063
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