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Brunftzeit
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2019/07/11 11:45:59 (permalink)
Hi.
 
I own an EVGA CLC 280 for some month now, cooling my R5 2600 after i got the AM4 bracket from EVGA.
 
Today i started my PC and after some time it shuts down immediately. After i started it again it says something about temperature warning. Bios is reporting 110 degree 
 
After controlling all cables and screws i tried it again but got this temp again. EVGA LED are working but it looks like the pump was just dying for no reason.
 
Any way i can control its function without disassembling?
 
Sad greetings, writing from the notebook... :(
 
Markus
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    Re: Pump dead? 2019/07/11 12:10:00 (permalink)
    Can you feel any vibrations on the tubes when you start the pc? If no, it does sound like the pump is dead.

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    Re: Pump dead? 2019/07/11 12:14:06 (permalink)
    No. And cant hear anything with my ear near the pump. :(
     
    Damn, bought it via ebay. Hope the dealer can help me out. Loved this cooler until today. :(
    post edited by Brunftzeit - 2019/07/11 12:16:07
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