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  1. I recently moved to another country and had my PC shipped. Now that I received it, the only problem I'm having is with the pump on my water cooler. It receives power and is recognized by the system, but Corsair Link shows it running at 0 RPM. When I turn my computer on, the CPU gradually gets hotter and hotter. As it does so, my system fans turn faster and faster. Of course, I turn everything off as soon as possible. This pump has worked fine since 2016 and was working fine the last time I had it running before packing it up to be shipped. Given that everything else in the system is working fine, and that my case was on its side when it was being shipped, I wonder if the fluid isn't adequately dispersed. I've heard that tilting the case in all different directions can help disperse it, but my attempts at doing so haven't changed anything (I wonder if there is a specific manner in which I should be rotating the case). Has anyone else had this problem?
  2. Hi folks I was wondering if anyone could help? I have a Corsair h100i gtx that has failed within the warranty period. I have already created a tma ticket, however I need this fixed as soon as possible. I’m doing an university degree and a lot of my course work is saved on my pc (which I can’t turn on as my cooler has packed in). I don’t have a spare cooler and my cpu doesn’t come with a heat sink or cooler (6700k). As I am in a tight spot what are my options? Not sure how long a replacement takes to receive after one has been agreed. I’m guessing between Corsair getting in touch, asking me to send faulty cooler in, them checking and confirming fault, then sending new cooler to me, this seems like it could take months in this current climate! If I purchase another cooler and my old one is under warranty will they reimburse me or send a new unit? I hope this isn’t an obvious question but I couldn’t find any information regarding what the process is. Sorry for the long post and I hope someone can Help! Thanks Steven
  3. So prior to now the system was absolutley fine for 4 years, was setup correctly in exhaust mode, custom curve for gaming, everything was peachy Recently though anytime the CPU is under load the temps shoot to 90-100. Idle is still around 60. The fans on max in link do bring the water temps down, but the CPU stays overly high. I don't feel water running through the pump, but I'm not 100%. Also, the exhaust air being blown out is cold which seems weird? Should it not be hot Any help would be appreciated as I have a dissertation due in a month, and need regular breaks for Hearthstone :biggrin: So far I have checked all connectors, run a malware scan with norton, updated windows, checked BIOS again but nothing helps
  4. Over the past month or so I've noticed that my CPU temps are way higher than they should be with my H110i GTX cooler - I am now seeing idle temperatures at 50-55C under no load and the fans are constantly running at maximum. I've tried re-seating the cooler on the processor with new paste and it seemed to improve a bit for a week or so, with max temps under load reaching ~65C on balanced mode and 55-60C on performance. Just this evening the max temps are now hitting 90-94C under load on balanced profile. Pump still shows as running at 3k rpm and I don't know what else to look at, I'm assuming the cooler is dying/almost dead? It is about 3 years old now. Any help/thoughts appreciated! Specs are below 5930k stock, no OC 16 GB - Vengeance® LPX 16GB (4x4GB) DDR4 DRAM 3000MHz C15 (CMK16GX4M4B3000C15) X99 Pro USB 3.1 GTX 980 TI Hybrid H110i GTX AIO Cooler
  5. Hi all, So I've had this PC for about 2 years now and during the past year, the water cooling fans have become increasingly louder for no apparent reason. I don't need to be running any intensive applications such as games for this to occur, it happens from simply turning on the PC and leaving it idle. Here's a screenshot of everything I see in Corsair Link: https://i.imgur.com/y3GJxiH.png The profile is also configured to be Quiet although it is far from it... I used to be able to run it at Performance without this issue occurring although through time it's become impossible to do so without hearing a jet engine throughout my entire apartment :sigh!: Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated and if I need to replace this thing I would happily do so at this point :confused:
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