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Corsair h100i cooler question

ReWolfThorne

49 months ago

I just finished my new computer build and it has been working very well, but my liquid cooler fans have been making a rumbling/rattling noise when they get up to a higher speed.

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  • 49 months ago
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That sounds normal. Those fans are LOUD. How do you have the radiator set up?

  • 49 months ago
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It is setup on the top of my case right underneath a 240mm exhaust fan

  • 49 months ago
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i think he meant also if the fans are push or pull in how they are mounted.

  • 49 months ago
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Push

  • 49 months ago
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this is just a recommendation...

Connect the pump directly to the CPU_FAN, this way if it stops working your cpu will be protected. This is very important, in bios disabled any automatic settings for that header as the pump has to run at full speed.

If you have a CPU2 or CPU_OPT header connect the fans there..

but my liquid cooler fans have been making a rumbling/rattling noise

yep.. even though they have excellent static pressure, they are LOUD... And the quiet edition don't produce static pressure and are even louder than the noctua NF-F12 which IMO are the best 120mm fans for rads.

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