Connor Brady

High CPU temps + electronic buzz noise periodically

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I've recently purchased a CoolerMaster Seidon 120v v2. The fitting went fine, however I've noticed when booting today the CPU temp shoots straight up and periodically, there's a buzzing noise.

 

I can hear the pump working.

 

There's contact on the CPU

 

I've tried using different motherboard 3 pin supplies

 

Any suggestions?

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Mohd Noh    179

Hi

 

what kind specs you using ?

 

My suggestion try set default your bios but before that try unplug your pump from surface procs

 

with z97x Gaming 5 and intel i5 4690k  i didnt hear any noise (Bios set to Default)

 

fyi 3 pin or 4 pin is no issue

 

i just my finger to tighten up the screw

 

Hope this can help

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Hi, thanks for getting back to me do quickly.

Specs:

MSI A8XM-E35

AMD A10 7850K

8GB HyperX 1866mhz

Cooler master seidon 120v

We've ran the cooler before we even put a cpu in and it made the same noise. I've tried switching where I plug the 3 pin connectors in to no avail

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Mohd Noh    179

Hi, thanks for getting back to me do quickly.

Specs:

MSI A8XM-E35

AMD A10 7850K

8GB HyperX 1866mhz

Cooler master seidon 120v

We've ran the cooler before we even put a cpu in and it made the same noise. I've tried switching where I plug the 3 pin connectors in to no avail

 

did you try check at bios ?

 

according what specs you have

 

- 1 x 4-pin CPU fan connector

- 1 x 4-pin system fan connector

- 1 x 3-pin system fan connector

 

and try check this :

  • What case are you using?
  • Where is the radiator installed?
  • What is your ambient temperature?
  • Is your CPU overclocked?
  • Which tool do you use to readout the temperature?
  • Does the radiator itself feel hot?
  • Possible to post a few pictures of your build?

if you still got same problem ... probably your seidon have problem ( Faulty / Defective unit )

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