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  1. I am on my second brand new unit of this AIO and have had the exact same issue. A persistent loud buzzing noise almost like a chainsaw. When I tap the cooler it stops momentarily. My first unit went a month before it started making this sound, this one lasted a day. Does anyone know what the cause of this is and how to remedy it? I really would prefer not dismantling my system again and getting another replacement. Here's a link to the Reddit thread I started when the first unit went
  2. I am planning to build a computer and have heard that there are problems with the 680x Case and radiators ... I wonder if there is space for an H150i ELITE CAPELLIX in the front and an additional 240mm radiator below? If someone asks why: I plan to put in an all in one gpu water cooling. Does anyone have the answer to my problem?
  3. I recently purchased the Corsair 465x White, and I wanted to put an H150i in it. The product page says it supports a 360mm, but I don't know in which orientation. Would I be able to put an H150i elite into the front of the case with the tubes starting at the bottom? Would the tubes still reach the cpu?
  4. mr_scary

    H150i vs H110

    I recently purchased an H150i Pro, Installed it on a 5930K Stock CPU Temps were much higher then my 4+ year old H110. Both coolers were mounted on the top of a 760T as Push/Exhaust. H150i | Idle-33°c | Max-51°c | Ambient-71°F H110 | Idle-28°c | Max-38°c | Ambient-71°F I tried mounting the H150i twice. Tried first without iCUE software Second remount with iCUE software 100% fan. Second time with the same TIM I always use. However I could not find any pump RPM setting it was always grayed out. I know these temps are not terrible but, the performance gap is huge IMO. However my entire system was warmer, Ram, VRM, even the plastic RGB Corsair logo was very warm to the touch 89°-90°F measured with a laser thermometer. 82°F with the H110 installed. I ended up returning the 150i, Corsair's excellent RMA service replaced my failing fans on the H110 so I have it back in the system working perfectly. Some people seem to think this was a faulty pump or something. I've remounted the H110 probably 6 times in total on this PC for cleaning over the past 4+ years. twice in past couple weeks, and the temps are always the same. Is the 280MM radiator supposed to perform that much better? Possibly larger copper block? I will keep this H110 forever.
  5. So for a while I've been researching all the various desktop parts of all brands. When I'm older I'd like to make an overkill pc. After a lot of research, my two favorite brands are Corsair and MSI. This lead me to make some virtual desktops online using sites like PC Part Picker. Now, when it comes to cooling, I have decided I would want to get a Corsair liquid cooler. There are many cases that have 360mm radiator support, for example the Corsair 780t, but here is what I have noticed. There are no liquid AIO cpu coolers with a 360mm radiator! So, for a conclusion, I think Corsair should make a 360mm liquid cpu cooler for better cooling. It could be called the H360i or something. Please tell me down below whether or not you think this is a good idea. Thanks.
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