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But the cooling system shouldn't be making noises like you described. I would tilt the computer case from side to side and front to back several times to see if you can get those bubbles to dissipate, while the cooler is running.
Unfortunately I have done this twice already and I've also shook the radiator itself while the pump was running. I only hear noise from the water flowing sometimes as I boot my pc, then the noise dissapears.
Yeah but with a 360 and what some real fans 80-100cfm? 2600-3000rpm shouldn't be running hot at all. and it's plenty of pump pressure only talking like a few handful of pounds, I shoulda got a 360 dammit I knew it Lol...would have to be something noticeable.