luciferuru

Nepton 240m Buzz sound

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luciferuru    0

Hello

 

I have a Nepton 240m since two days.

 

 

The case is under my desk , 50 centimeter away. It is silent.

 

But when i opened my case up,and placed my ear at 10cm,  i can hear a buzzin sound coming for the pump.

 

Is it normal ? I have the same noise as this video :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZqT1p2TJ0g

 

While i was installing , i notice the sound of water in the radiator.

 

My tower case is a Fractal R4, installed in the front, in pull/push configuration

 

Pump pin connects to the Cpu Fan Pin. Fan Xpert report 2700 rpm so i think it is at full speed.

 

Cooling is okay, i have lower temp compare to an old aircooling.

 

Thanks for your help

 

edit: i check noise on the pump on some review video, and theirs are completly silent

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world    84

There is bound to be at least a tiny bit of sound on a pump, considering there are moving parts. On my Nepton, there is a little bit of noise when I get close as well.

 

It seems like you have to be really close for the sound to be picked up by the camera, you can't hear it during normal operation, and your temps are fine, so I think the unit should be ok.

 

If you're really concerned, I would recommend contacting support and seeing what they say about it-- they should be able to tell you more definitively.

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luciferuru    0

If i put my case on the desk. 20cm from me.  I can hear the buzzing sound even with the case closed. So i dont think it a tiny noise but again, i am really audio sensitive.

 

I am going to ask to the seller if they can replace it

 

I just remenber, i check some Aio in a computer shop a few weeks ago, and they were no rattling/buzzing noise coming from their computer

 

 

 

Edit: Problem solved. Before i went sleeping, i put my case on his lateral side.

        And in the morning, no more buzzing sound or little rattling,  Even if i put back in his initial position

 

So my guess, it must be some bubble who were stuck in the pump.

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luciferuru    0

If i put my ear on the pump, i can hear a slight rattling noise but  once i am just in front  with the case open/close, i hear  nothing.

 

 

Anyway, it was a gift from my family and i am really happy with the silence and cooling it provides (i replace the fan by the Be quiet ones)

 

 

Edit: Hm, now i can hear a slight rattling with case closed, it is a little bit frustating. I will wait a few days and try to shake the pump to get rid of air bubbles (if it is the cause to the rattling sound.

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luciferuru    0

Is there any way to lower the pump rpm or voltage. I am currently in 12V with 2700rpm.

 

My motherboard is an Asus P8Z77-V. I can control my fans but not the pump

 

 

Edit: currently i have this noise from the pump even with case closed.

 

 

I dont have the hummmmmm sound (must be coming from the micro), but only the slight rattling noise (i dont have the water noise.)

 

Even if it is slight , i remember in the computer shop, the different AIO  (CM and other brand)  didnt make any noise. From their windows case, you can only hear the flow of air.

 

I installed my Nepton directly in the case without shaking it or letting bleeding. Should I do it ?

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luciferuru    0

Now it broke my computer. My P8z77-V and 3770k doesnt work anymore.

 

I wake up, found my computer shut down. Dismount the Aio, replace it with an aircooler. Computer still doesnt work....

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luciferuru    0

So the seller will RMA me a new one.

 

 

I might have tight too tard the screw when i installed it, so my P8z77-v have bent and broken socket pin. And my Cpu memory controler doesnt work anymore ( Dual Channel wont boot, only single mode now)

 

 

Sigh....

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