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Watercooling arrived!But it makes the case vibrating...

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by gygabite, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. gygabite

    gygabite New Member

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    Hi!
    I just ordered a watercooling kit, installed it,works fine.It isnt loud, but the pump makes my case vibrating.
    Any ideas how to isolate the vibration-impulses would be great.
     
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    Could use some of those double-sided sticky pads to absorb some of the vibrations I suppose?
     
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    I mounted my pump on the exterior, seems to work without vibrations.
     
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    Put some foam under the pump (I suppose that is vibrating). You can use the white sort of foam that mobos sit on when packaged...
     
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    Ok, thanks!Just used some foam-plastic fixed with double-sided glue pads.works fine.Now ill try ocing.
     
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