Johannes

How to use first the Cooler Master Nepton 240m?

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Johannes    0

Hey everyone,

 

I just bought a Nepton 240m. It is my first AIO cooler and I got some Qestion.

 

Can i put it direct on full rpm or do i need to build up the rpms?

And how long will it take that?

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knud    123

Hi there, 

 

The pump should be set to full speed (if you have the cable, you can connect it to molex/sata directly)

The fans you can connect to a PWM header and set the fan profile you prefer. Or set to 100%. That is up to you.

 

Normal fan speed up is a few seconds.

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Johannes    0

Hey Knud,

 

I have done what you said, i put the pomp on the molex and the fans on the PWM header.

 

But now after 2 days my pump is making a little more noise. What should i do? Just run it and hoping that it will go away or do i need to RMA (where im not really fan of)?

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knud    123

Hi Johan, 

 

There are 2 things you could try:

  1. Power off the PC first. Gently wiggle the case --> this will allow the water in the loop to distribute more evenly.
  2. If you have a free 4pin header on your motherboard: Connect the pump cable to that header and set the speed to ~90-95%.

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Johannes    0

Hey Knud,

 

I have tryed all what you had said before but even on 90% is the noise there. 

What should i do? 

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Mohd Noh    179

Hey Knud,

 

I have tryed all what you had said before but even on 90% is the noise there. 

What should i do? 

could be that is air bubbles ... 

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knud    123

What kind of noise does the pump make?

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knud    123

I hear 2 sounds - but not sure if they are both from the pump?

  1. rattling sound
  2. High electronic pitch

Which ones comes from the pump? (Can you pin point it?)

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