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  1. 3-Pin connector pumps Please do not modify the pump speed. Lowering the RPM might result air bubbles or a decrease in performance. Lowering the pump speed could also damage the unit, and might result in a failing pump. New water cooler noisy? Rattlin or ticking pump noise? Air bubbles might be stuck in the loop. Please let the pump operate for a good day. Still experiencing noise? Please contact the support or request RMA. Cooler Master cases & water cooling support COSMOS II COSMOS SE HAF X CM 690 III
  2. Seidon 120V Fan Replacement

    Hi guys, I recently purchased a Cooler Master Seidon 120V. It has not arrived yet, but I want to replace the stock fan on the radiator for the Seidon 120V with another fan like the Corsair SP120. Is this possible? I have heard many complaints about the fan noise and if I replace it with another one, will it improve the performance and cooling of the Seidon? Any help would be much appreciated, thanks, Josh.
  3. Hi all, first of all sorry for my bad English. Well, for birthday i've recived a brand new seidon 120v ver.2, after installing it and try every solution in this forum i was having high temps in my i7 4790k (40°C in idle and over 70°C in gaming, more or less the same with the stock cooler). Checking the water block i've seen that the copper base was almost clean without thermal grease. putting the water block in a flat table i've noticed that there is a lot of light between the table and the copper base so the copper base doesn't touch the cpu. The 4 corners of the copper base are leaning on the cpu bracket keeping the base to much high.
  4. Hello . i have Seidon 120V Plus which is round 11 month old . recently i am having high cpu temperature . i already clean it and also changed thermal paste on cpu .. still same high temperature . please give me a solution
  5. do any of the seidon water cooling products work with a silencio 352 case? the case is not on the compatible list but looking at the pictures of the case, it appears that a seidon will work. is this the case or iare the seidon water cables too short?
  6. N200 and water cooling

    Hi all, I just got into the AIO water cooling scene and I have some questions with my N200 case. I use the Seidon 120M with Hyper 212X dual fans and I positioned it on the back side blowing air outside. I'm aware that the idle temperature using AIO is usually higher than using regular heatsink fan, and since I live in the tropic, average idle is up from low 40 degrees celsius to high 40 degrees celsius. However once CPU utilization is high, I get only around 70 degrees celsius tops without any air conditioning and with outside temperature of 32 degrees celsius, which is nice. However, I wanted to use the Seidon 240M, and I wonder how the airflow management should be like? Right now I'm using two fan intakes on the front and if I use the Seidon 240M, should the fans blowing air outside the front panel or inside?
  7. So I purchased two of these units, one for a new AMD system and the other for a first generation i7 930 CPU. On the AMD motherboard there are multiple 4 pin connectors. I plugged the pump into the CPU one, and the fan into the case one. I'm not sure if this is correct, but the instructions were vague on which one should go where. I know there is the Y split cable as well. But I cannot hook up both fans and the pump using that single Y connector. This one seems to be working fine, but it would be nice to have confirmation which plugs to go into. Unit is quiet enough. The i7 930 on the other hand only has 1 4 pin connect and a few 3 pin chassis fan connectors. So for that I hooked both the fan and the pump to the Y connector and plugged it into the CPU fan pins. It's staying cool but the fan is running at 100% all of the time, which is loader than the ball I had in place before. What's the proper way to get this setup on the older first generation i7 based motherboards. I was actually looking to see if I could find a better MB but this chip is too old and there doesn't seem to be much on the market. Any advice would be appreciated.
  8. Seidon 120V Question

    Hey guys, i bought a seidon 120v but there is something that worries me. because i have a small motherboard one of the tubes that comes from the radiator as you see in the photo pushes to the left. Is it possible for it to brake and leak ? the shop i bought it told me that its strong and wont break. whats your opinion?.. Thanks !! ( I have also connected the radiator fan to CPU_FAN1 and the pump to CPU_FAN2. My motherboard has CHA_FAN and PWR_FAN plugs. Where should i put the pump?? i have set everything from bios to max speed and configured them from speedfan)
  9. Enforcer cooling

    Hello, lately I received (finally) my enforcer case (without the side fan). I've noticed that it comes with the Megaflow front fan and another pretty simple rear fan. I wanna know if having 1 Megaflow front fan and 1 Megaflow top and 1 Jetflo rear fan is enough for overclocking or should I maybe use x2 Jetflo in front, x2 Jetflo in top and x1 Jetflo in rear? Also, I wanna get the Seidon 120XL and I would like to know if I can fit Seidon 240M in my case on top or not? And if I will get 120XL, can I change the fans to whatever fan I would like to put there in the size of 120mm (something like SickleFlow)? Thank you!