Daniel Rudd

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About Daniel Rudd

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  1. Cooler Master Water Cooling Support Guide

    Hi Ryan, Thank you for your reply Ambient temp is around 26C so the CPU temp is still too high im going to fit the standard POS (Piece of Sh*t) heatsink that comes in the i7 box until I have replaced it. To be honest I was more drawn to the Corsair Hydro Series H100i GTX but decided to go with the Nepton 240M... wishing i never bothered -.- I am now hoping for a refund and repurchase what i thought in the first place -.- benefits of Corsair Link without additional hardware is a bonus
  2. [Official] Nepton Owner's Club

    Recently been doing a mini-itx build for home media (spec at end of post), everything is good just needed to get and install some cooling so I: Purchased a Nepton 240M & installation went smooth Booted & tested temperatures: showed CPU 43C at IDLE (Not great... the box says 43C at 100% CPU Load NOT IDLE!!!!!) Constant ticking sound coming from the pump which sits at 2000-2100 rpm (Fans running fine) Attempted to reduce temperature by increasing rpm on fans/pump - NO DECREASE IN TEMP - No increase in RPM for pump & fans on max rpm 2300 Removed/cleaned/remounted pump to CPU with new thermal paste and cleaned with 99.9% Isopropyl Alcohol Booted & tested temperatures: showed CPU 43C at IDLE (Still the same) I have been advised by numerous people that this is a faulty pump, so I am going to get the serial number and attempt a warranty replacement as this is really not great What temperatures should the CPU & MoBo be averaging at IDLE? Considering my work pc (Intel i5 4570) is idling 34C with standard fan cooler If you want any more details regarding any temps or voltage readings let me know! Build Spec: CPU: Intel i7 4790k - 4Ghz PSU: Corsair RM Series - 650W Modular - 80 Plus Gold Cooling: Cooler Master Nepton 240M - Faulty?!?! MoBo: MSI Z97I Gaming Ack - Mini-ITX RAM: HyperX Fury Series DDR3 1866Mhz - 1x8GB SSD: Samsung Evo 850 2.5" - 120GB Case: BitFenix - Prodigy GFX: To follow once the build is stable...
  3. Cooler Master Water Cooling Support Guide

    Ryan i'm having a similar problem :/ Recently been building a new pc (build spec at end of post), everything is good just needed to get and install some cooling so I: Purchased a Nepton 240M & installation went smooth Booted & tested temperatures: showed 43C at IDLE (Not great... the box says 43C at 100% CPU Load NOT IDLE!!!!!) Constant ticking sound coming from the pump which sits at 2000-2100 rpm (Fans running fine) Attempted to reduce temperature by increasing rpm on fans/pump - NO DECREASE IN TEMP - No increase in RPM for pump & fans on max rpm 2300 Removed/cleaned/remounted pump to CPU with new thermal paste and cleaned with 99.9% Isopropyl Alcohol Booted & tested temperatures: showed 43C at IDLE (Still the same) I have been advised by numerous people that this is a faulty pump, so I am going to get the serial number and attempt a warranty replacement as this is really not great What temperatures should the CPU & MoBo be averaging at IDLE? If you want any more details regarding any temps or voltage readings let me know! Build Spec: CPU: Intel i7 4790k - 4Ghz PSU: Corsair RM Series - 650W Modular - 80 Plus Gold Cooling: Cooler Master Nepton 240M - Faulty?!?! MoBo: MSI Z97I Gaming Ack - Mini-ITX RAM: HyperX Fury Series DDR3 1866Mhz - 1x8GB SSD: Samsung Evo 850 2.5" - 120GB Case: BitFenix - Prodigy GFX: To follow once the build is stable...
  4. First Cooler Master purchase: Nepton 240M - Fitting goes perfectly.... average temperatures NOT GOOD & a constant clicking sound... Faulty Pump?!