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Hello, I've recently purchased a CoolerMaster MasterLiquid Pro 240 and I've mounted it on top of my CoolerMaster MasterCase Maker 5. but sometimes (more than not) it makes these weird noises like there is bubble inside the AIO. sometimes it's constant and sometimes it's not. the problem seems to be unaffected by the RPM of Fans or the Pump as I control them using AI Suite of my ASUS Z170 Sabertooth S (TUF) motherboard.

I've attached the sound file.

Should I return the cooler for warranty?

Voice 006.m4a

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Mohd Noh    179

Hi Ali 

 

Welcome to CM forum .

 

Back to your question .. may i know where you connect your pump connector ?

You can check as below

1, How to determine if the pump is functioning on your liquid cooler

2, Liquid Cooling: Where do I connect the Fans and Pump

3, Could be that is air bubbles

My suggestion try uninstall your cooling system then install it back and see how the result .

 

If you still facing same issue , please contact cooler master customer services at here : https://account.coolermaster.com/LogOn.aspx

 

Hope this can help

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3 hours ago, Mohd Noh said:

Hi Ali 

 

Back to your question .. may i know where you connect your pump connector ?

You can check as below

1, How to determine if the pump is functioning on your liquid cooler

2, Liquid Cooling: Where do I connect the Fans and Pump

3, Could be that is air bubbles

My suggestion try uninstall your cooling system then install it back and see how the result .

 

Thanks for your response

I've connected the pump connector into W_PUMP in the motherboard. In AI Suite application water pump speed is shown and there is a curve (it usually goes between 6500 to 9400rpm) but changing that or setting it to constantly run at full speed doesn't make a difference.

I'll try and reinstall to see how it goes.

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On 25/01/2017 at 10:57 AM, Ali Arghavan said:

Thanks for your response

I've connected the pump connector into W_PUMP in the motherboard. In AI Suite application water pump speed is shown and there is a curve (it usually goes between 6500 to 9400rpm) but changing that or setting it to constantly run at full speed doesn't make a difference.

I'll try and reinstall to see how it goes.

 

I know this is late, but, I wonder if that W_PUMP header is set to 100%, idk what other motherboards do (from Asus range), but the PUMP header should always be set to 100% as default,. If its not set to 100%, make sure it is.

 

The Coolermaster pumps are designed to run always at maximum RPM ( that is 9300 +/- RPM )

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Hi Ali,

 

Did you solved your problem?

 

I have the exact same sound on my unit starting today (was running for 3.5 months without any problem) 

 

I think it is coming from one fan.

 

 

 

 

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Mohd Noh    179
On 4/16/2017 at 11:33 AM, Jean Lemaire said:

Hi Ali,

 

Did you solved your problem?

 

I have the exact same sound on my unit starting today (was running for 3.5 months without any problem) 

 

I think it is coming from one fan.

 

 

 

 

try double check if the noise coming from your fan? if yes ..... you can submit RMA for replacement .

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Mohd Noh    179
On 12/30/2017 at 4:18 PM, OnemanTEAM23 said:

I think I'm having a same issue with my 140.. guess I'll try to reinstall it.

i have to wait 4-5 day to make the noise gone :(

2x install :)

 

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