Richard Alexander

Cooler Master Seidon 120v Ver.2 Pump Noise

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That is nice ... 

 

May i know how you install your seidon ..can share ? ? :)

 

pump connector ..connect to ?

 

Fans Connector ..connect to ?

I used my first setup with pump connected to 3-pin PWR_FAN and fan connected to 4-pin CPU_FAN. Pump runs at full speed as it should and the fan is controlled with temperature of CPU.

All is good.

CPU can get down to 22°C and up to 40-55°C depending on the type of load.

Fans are fairly quiet too. Good airflow but no space to dual fan. Just pleased it's all working nicely!

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Mohd Noh    179

Thanks for the Sharing ... and Enjoy your Seidon :)

 

by the way .. why no space for the dual fans ? ?

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Well i didnt want to make a new thread so I will post here.

I got a Seidon 120v v2.0 aswell and i have also that annoying noise.
Searched all the forums, tried everything, waited days, but it just wont go away.
So this is what mine sounds like. Is that noise normal? Also keep in mind that compared to my air cooler temps are 5-8C higher on idle.
https://youtu.be/gyIgN230Czw

Edited by Nick Gouzoumas

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Mohd Noh    179

Hey man .. sound not bad ... :)

 

RMa is the best way .. since you have Rock sound in there :)

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Well i didnt want to make a new thread so I will post here.

I got a Seidon 120v v2.0 aswell and i have also that annoying noise.

Searched all the forums, tried everything, waited days, but it just wont go away.

So this is what mine sounds like. Is that noise normal? Also keep in mind that compared to my air cooler temps are 5-8C higher on idle.

https://youtu.be/gyIgN230Czw

 

Sounds a bit like how mine sounded.

I returned the noisy one and got a replacement.

The replacement sounds much, much better. It is quieter and I hardly notice it now.

 

I'd recommend a replacement and see if the new one is any better.

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I see, well thanks guys, most likely I will go for RMA soon, and maybe then sell it. I dont know i got disappointed by the temps.

 

What were the temps exactly?

 

Mine will idle around 30c. Obviously, it cant go below room temperature so it will depend on how hot your environment around the PC is, but if the temps are high, I'd say faulty pump

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Mohd Noh    179

What were the temps exactly?

 

Mine will idle around 30c. Obviously, it cant go below room temperature so it will depend on how hot your environment around the PC is, but if the temps are high, I'd say faulty pump

Agree .. totaly agree ... my seidon under 30-32c idle but i have 6 Jetflo 120mm

 

As faulty unit .. RMa is the best way

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