wassem mansour

brand new cooler master seidon 120v too noisy

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hi evreyone

 

i bought cooler master seidon 120v to my new rig which includes:

Intel® Core ™ i7-5930K Processor
GIGABYTE X99 Gaming G1 WiFi
Intel® SSD 730 Series (480GB, 2.5in)
Crucial 16GB DDR4

Corsair Obsidian 750D
hard drive : Western Digital Black 1TB WD1003FZEX
power supply : Seasonic M12II-620 Bronze 620W
cpu water cooler : cooler master seidon 120v
MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX750 Ti Gaming OC 2GB GDDR5
SATA LG DVDX24 DL שחור OEM GH24NSB0

 

 

my problem is that the fan of the cooler master seidon 120v is all time runing noisy am talking about 1075RPM

 

 

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Sunday Morning    174

Salamualaikum and Hi Wassem

 

Wow nice Rig

 

Im not expart in cooling system,but as owner seidon 120v too might i can you some tips

 

try following as below

 

a, try reinstall and reseat your pump

b, try check our bios system ( mine seidon 120v i leave in default )

 

fyi my idle 26c load 40c without any noise with dual jetflo fans

 

 

hope this tips can help you

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PAK    4

Sorry but this is going to be brutally honest.

120 isn't good enough for you're cpu u need a 240 min rad especially as a seidon is a small factor rad.

1000 rpm is not fast for a fan, seen ones that u can buy that go up to 5000.

A 750ti is underpowered next to your cpu it's going to cause issues in bottlenecks for gaming and is going to be the loud thing in your rig as it's pushed to max.

You carnt expect quiet with the components you have without large/multiple rad and full custom setup. Your being ridiculous speed some money on cooling properly if u want to keep that lovely cpu running.

My thought ignore them if u choose

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PAK    4

Sorry but this is going to be brutally honest.

120 isn't good enough for you're cpu u need a 240 min rad especially as a seidon is a small factor rad.

1000 rpm is not fast for a fan, seen ones that u can buy that go up to 5000.

A 750ti is underpowered next to your cpu it's going to cause issues in bottlenecks for gaming and is going to be the loud thing in your rig as it's pushed to max.

You carnt expect quiet with the components you have without large/multiple rad and full custom setup. Your being ridiculous speed some money on cooling properly if u want to keep that lovely cpu running.

My thought ignore them if u choose

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hi PAK

 

well tell me exactly what to do

 

this system is powerful but didn't cost the market price as i bought in half price from Intel itself 

 

i am not a gamer too although all the rig shows that

 

so i am using design programs and usual developing software's as i am web developer 

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PAK    4

wow explains the cpu would have been a £500 CPu matched with £100 GPU,

 

If youre not planning on  using the CPU to its full potential it dont really matter  in terms of cooling :) stick the stock on lol.

However these are the best in my view for cooling   Corsair Hydro >>>>  CM Neptun (wider Rad)> CM Seiden

 

As for quieting,

The larger the radiator the greater the surface area the more fans the less rpm for fans to work properly and so on therefore Corsair Hydro,

 

You may want to try different fans from the stock as they are most likely for performance so you may get some much quieter ones.

Other option is place radiator on the side away from you using a bracket attached to case bit of diy involved or generally move the pc where it bothers you less.

 

Are you using a fan controller?

 

Ps how did u get it half price and can you get me one,

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thanks man

 

first i get this deal from an intel engineer friend of mine which they get special prices as intel workers and it look somehting like this please don't Faint

 

http://www.awesomescreenshot.com/image/63401/d5721339cae74d9ae5c015b76bb02f3c

 

as for my computer u see i just bought this colling system too bad i need to upgrade already

 

maybe for now i'll just put away or put music :( or headphones

 

it's just anoying

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Sunday Morning    174

Sorry im not expert in cooling system

but as long you not Oc i think 120 can handle your system

try check your bios and change

fyi i leave my seidon 120v in default because i cant set to higher if not i also get noise

nepton is new so and more power so you can try

oh try change from on the top to the rear side

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