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Old 12-13-2019, 09:56 PM
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Default H115i RGB Platinum Trickle Noise

Hey everyone,
So I'm mostly just here for confirmation more than anything. I purchased an H115i RGB Platinum about a week ago and I noticed that it made a trickling sound from the radiator every once in a while. It lasts for about a second and a half and happens a couple times an hour or so. The radiator doesn't seem to be leaking so I'm pretty positive it's just air bubbles moving around. Is this okay? Is there any way to stop it from happening? My temps are fine so the bubbles don's seem to be getting into the pump. My radiator is mount in the front of my case and the inlets for the rad are higher than the pump.
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Old 12-13-2019, 10:17 PM
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Assuming your radiator is either front or top mounted, lift the front of the case up and see if it stops. You are trying to get the CPU block below the enter/exit tubes and let the bubbles float up to the radiator or really anywhere else except in the pump chamber.
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Old 12-13-2019, 11:11 PM
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Like I said, the inlet and outlet for the radiator are above the pump (front mount). I've shifted the case around a bit and it still happens semi-often.
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