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TT Floe Riing 360 Premium Edition - High pump noise

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Hello there,

I noticed that there is a lot of discussion about the noise level an aio pump creates. And i´ve done now a few days of research about my problem. About a month ago i bought my AIO and after installing it had no problems. Now a few days ago, my pump started to make a high pitch noise and a lower frequency rattling noise. I made an video of it for you to listen. The level varies from 52 to 60dB. And yes i tried everything, from books under the front and back of my case, moving the case, lay it on it´s side, and letting it stay for a few hours. Everything done while the pump was running.

The pump runs as always on about 1825 rpm.

The aio is top mounted.

 

Today there has come up a few times  an error message "Warning controller number 1", don´t know if it is related to the pump noise. But on the software is installed correctly, and the empty slot is deactivated. Like i said there was no problem before, and as the problems started, there happened nothing special.

 

So what i wanted to know is if there is something else i could do, or is the pump going to fail? Should i replace the AIO?

Here is the link to the video: 

 

 

Thank you very much for your help

 

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Temps are between 40 and 80 degrees C. Noticed that the noise level of the pump increases when temps are rising. Fans are set to pwm/silent and i checkt that the noise is not coming from anything else than the pump.

System spects are as following:

i7 8700 @47000mhz

asus z370-e MB

g.skill trident z 16gb @3200mhz

EVGA gtx 1080 FTW 

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Good Day,

I have the exact same issue (Floe Riing 360) with the brand new install of windows 10 on an Asus Z390 mobo.

Was anyone able to confirm if that sound is present in all the models? Its very annoying, to the point of giving me a headache.

 

Please advise.

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Well, thats the thing, you should run the pump of the aio always on full speed. As asetek sais that the cooling, pump performance and lifetime can only be guaranteed if their pumps run on full speed setting all the time.

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