quote http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=107252Released from Cooling Product Manager:
"Corsair has now tracked down and fixed a rare and hard to reproduce issue on some of our Hydro series coolers, specifically the H60, H80, and H100 when used in combination with certain power supplies in certain circumstances. The failure will present itself as a buzz or hum, similar to a hard drive seek noise, and may disappear and reappear at random times. This issue affects a very small number of units, and typically is more prevalent on power supplies that provide higher than +12.2V on the +12V rail, which explains why some users have experienced multiple units with the same issue – they’re plugging them into the same power supply.
Regardless, this has since been corrected and we are now shipping units that do not experience the issue. If you’ve got a noisy H100, H80, or H60 unit, and the noise is coming from the pump (not the fans), we’d like to offer you a RMA. Please Contact us by using the link on the left and request an RMA to start a replacement with a known good unit.
Thank you, and we appreciate your patience as we corrected this issue."
quote biomedGood question. There's no wattage listed anywhere, but I just found someone at the Corsair support forum, who had measured that the pump gets 1.1 to 1.2 A and he claims that it works "fine" on his 1A 12W motherboard fan connector.Is 7W enough to control the water pump?
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