dtgillMine sounds like that: That's because these pumps run full speed, EVGA should build into their software a pump control app. I am half tempted to unplug the pump from my video card and hook it to one of my fan headers on the mobo and see how that works
Cool GTXHow do I troubleshoot Hybrid or CLC Pump Noise? (excerpt) Answer / SolutionSometimes there are instances where a liquid cooler can make a gurgling or other unusual sounds. This is typically caused by air stuck in the cooler that needs to be circulated through the built-in traps on the radiator. Any air bubbles tend to go away quickly on their own as the coolant flows through the cooler. In some cases, it may be necessary to physically manipulate the radiator to free any stubborn air bubbles.This can be done in two different ways.1) Unmount the radiator if it is installed in a PC case then gently shake it to loosen any air bubbles.2) Lay the radiator or system on its side and let it run for until the sound goes away. It can take about 15 minutes before the sounds go away.These methods are also recommended if drastically high temperatures suddenly occur.
AHowesThe pump is in the card. So if their was noise caused by trapped air in the pump one couldnt free it by playing around with the rad. Unless they wana free trapped air from the rad (where ya want it) and move more air to the card/pump.Tilt the case while on load (gaming/benching) so the pump ramps up in speed. Tilt the case so the liquid connections on the card are facing up.. tilt it to the left and right a few times so any trapped air hopefully moves to the exit line to the rad..Any trapped air will hopefully stay put at the top of the rad. Hopefully you installed the rad the preferred method with the rad higher then the card and with the liquid connections at the bottom.Noise on a pump is 2 things.. usually air in the lines or just a bad designed loud pump.Always when filling and bleeding a water cooling system the pump is loud at first and quiets once all the air bubbles are gone.
Cool GTX How is your mounted ? I fixed your link in OP
Cool GTXYou could let it run 3 or 4 hrs while your home & see it it helps any Even @100 volume I could barely hear the "noise"
alisaeedCool GTXYou could let it run 3 or 4 hrs while your home & see it it helps any Even @100 volume I could barely hear the "noise"after 6 hours the buzz still here with no different at all if you mean my recording, maybe it's not showing correctly what I have right now, but I can assure you that is unbearable I contact evga support for RMA yesterday but did't receive an answer,, did they work on weekends?
KaptCrunchsimple lay case on MB side down to burp the pump while running
Cool GTXKaptCrunchsimple lay case on MB side down to burp the pump while running I'll addIf you have mechanical HD, move the PC to its side before starting - Not while running If your boot drive is a SSD, just disconnect mechanical HD first
AHowesI'd keep it slightly inclined so the rad is taller so the air stays there.
Cool GTX 24/7 by phone
AHowesShould just called. 24/7. Then ya could of played them the noise at the same time.
dtgill Do a forum search for pump noise or buzzing, you will see it's not just bubbles but the nature of the pump. Some people have better hearing than others
onMuteI had a similar challenge with my old 1080ti SC2 hybrid. Since you are not able to adjust pump speed in the software, I bought one of the cables below to hook the pump directly on to a fan header on my motherboard; I set it to 60%. That said, not sure if the newer hybrids use the same connector...you’ll have to take off the plastic cover and look.Gamers nexus explains in the beginning of this video...
wipedoutyou shouldn't have to go through the trouble of ripping the shroud off just to hook the pump up directly to the mobo. I really hope that Kingpin isn't going to be using the same pump. I still have no idea why they don't think this is a problem. I'm waiting for my RMA replacement and hope it's not as bad but from what I have read it seems like it most likely will be as loud and obnoxious as the current one. I'm half tempted to ask them to send the air version instead.
alisaeedwipedoutyou shouldn't have to go through the trouble of ripping the shroud off just to hook the pump up directly to the mobo. I really hope that Kingpin isn't going to be using the same pump. I still have no idea why they don't think this is a problem. I'm waiting for my RMA replacement and hope it's not as bad but from what I have read it seems like it most likely will be as loud and obnoxious as the current one. I'm half tempted to ask them to send the air version instead.same here I sent my card for them, It should deliver tomorrow.I asked for the air version if possible , I can't RMA my card again, the shipping cost me about 70$.So I wan't to be safe with the air card.