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Hi everyone, I have h115i liquid cooling but when it reaches 60 degrees the fan gets out of control and starts to increase and decrease by itself and it makes a lot of noise. I don't know how to solve this problem. Help me please.

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60ºC for the coolant seems a lot! I think something is not working properly.

I have a h115i but the elite capellix version and even here during the spanish summer close to 30ºC inside my room is hard to get more than 40ºC coolant temperature when playing.

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60C is out of bounds and you have some type of flow problem. You can try tipping the case so the inlet/outlet hoses go higher than the pump/block. However, air bubbles generally make noise and users notice that way long before temperatures get out of control. This is likely something more permanent and there isn’t a user fix. I don’t know if you are still under warranty or not, but I would contact Corsair Support and start thinking about a replacement. 

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52 minutes ago, c-attack said:

60C is out of bounds and you have some type of flow problem. You can try tipping the case so the inlet/outlet hoses go higher than the pump/block. However, air bubbles generally make noise and users notice that way long before temperatures get out of control. This is likely something more permanent and there isn’t a user fix. I don’t know if you are still under warranty or not, but I would contact Corsair Support and start thinking about a replacement. 

thanks for helping

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