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    I need some advice since I'm having issues. My first Cooler Master Glacer 240l started working intermittently. I contacted CM and they told me to RMA it. I got the new unit in and within a couple weeks, started having the intermittent issues again. Saturday morning (the day I was starting some review testing non-the-less) the pump completely died and refused to come on. Had to put a tower cooler back on, tone down my OC, and test in another system to verify it was the pump and not my psu. I have an 8350 overclocked to 4.7 ghz and the board I'm using is the Asrock Extreme9 990fx. My cpu runs at around 1.5v vcore and generates roughly 200w of power on full load. That's a lot of heat but the glacer should be able to handle that easily right? Stress test averaged around 58c with spikes never going above 63 at that level, but my average temps from every day use (gaming mostly) would stay in the mid 40s. I don't think heat should be burning this pump out right?

    If this is a CM defect, then any suggestions on what unit I could use that would give me comparable performance while not burning out due to the heat on my chip? I would love to go custom at this point but I'll be lucky to get even $100 from CM if they decide to reimburse me. Appreciate any and all thoughts.

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    I would RMA it.

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    Default Re: Having cooling troubles

    I agree with Jim, RMA it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    I need some advice since I'm having issues. My first Cooler Master Glacer 240l started working intermittently. I contacted CM and they told me to RMA it. I got the new unit in and within a couple weeks, started having the intermittent issues again. Saturday morning (the day I was starting some review testing non-the-less) the pump completely died and refused to come on. Had to put a tower cooler back on, tone down my OC, and test in another system to verify it was the pump and not my psu. I have an 8350 overclocked to 4.7 ghz and the board I'm using is the Asrock Extreme9 990fx. My cpu runs at around 1.5v vcore and generates roughly 200w of power on full load. That's a lot of heat but the glacer should be able to handle that easily right? Stress test averaged around 58c with spikes never going above 63 at that level, but my average temps from every day use (gaming mostly) would stay in the mid 40s. I don't think heat should be burning this pump out right?

    If this is a CM defect, then any suggestions on what unit I could use that would give me comparable performance while not burning out due to the heat on my chip? I would love to go custom at this point but I'll be lucky to get even $100 from CM if they decide to reimburse me. Appreciate any and all thoughts.
    Think on that for just a couple of minutes.......if that were a possibility, you would not be able to use these on Intel chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    I need some advice since I'm having issues. My first Cooler Master Glacer 240l started working intermittently. I contacted CM and they told me to RMA it. I got the new unit in and within a couple weeks, started having the intermittent issues again. Saturday morning (the day I was starting some review testing non-the-less) the pump completely died and refused to come on. Had to put a tower cooler back on, tone down my OC, and test in another system to verify it was the pump and not my psu. I have an 8350 overclocked to 4.7 ghz and the board I'm using is the Asrock Extreme9 990fx. My cpu runs at around 1.5v vcore and generates roughly 200w of power on full load. That's a lot of heat but the glacer should be able to handle that easily right? Stress test averaged around 58c with spikes never going above 63 at that level, but my average temps from every day use (gaming mostly) would stay in the mid 40s. I don't think heat should be burning this pump out right?

    If this is a CM defect, then any suggestions on what unit I could use that would give me comparable performance while not burning out due to the heat on my chip? I would love to go custom at this point but I'll be lucky to get even $100 from CM if they decide to reimburse me. Appreciate any and all thoughts.


    You are looking for a common cause that doesn't exist. Since I reviewed the Glacer I have heard and seen multiple failures just like yours. Those tempts are nothing compared to the heat Intel chips put out. Haswell and Extreme chips have been cooled by the Glacer without dying...................................all the time. Some units still have the problem.

    So in short. No 58c or even 63C caused the Glacer to crook. My guess would be vapor lock around the pump. Time to go custom my man. Shoot me an email and we can start working on a plan to get you running custom very soon.
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    Custom setup is the way to go.

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    If he hasn't budget for custom WCS (much more expensive than AIO), he could ask for refund from CM and go for NZXT kraken AIO.
    Last edited by Smiki007; 25-11-2014 at 17:27.

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    If staying AIO I would suggest Swiftech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doyll View Post
    If staying AIO I would suggest Swiftech.
    Glacer 240l is re-branded Swiftech h220 (only with the pump integrated in WB not in rad).

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    I also heard this one is pretty good AIO.

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    CM Makes an AIO that looks just like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Glacer 240l is re-branded Swiftech h220 (only with the pump integrated in WB not in rad).
    But the H220-X is a different animal altogether.

    As far as AiO is concerned, go big or go home. Anything he does from the 240L except the Swiftech is going to be a big downgrade - that includes the Kraken. If you are going to go down to that level of performance, save the money, excessive noise and aggravation and get a top tier air cooler.

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    Kraken is not that much downgrade but sure is noisy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Kraken is not that much downgrade but sure is noisy.

    Yeah....not saying I don't put much stock in those particular results....but did the unicorns sprinkle the right fairy dust on the coolers before testing? And don't forget that using fans with lower cfm and static dramatically improves performance in that magic land.

    No, the X60 isn't a big downgrade in terms of maximum performance, but it is a big downgrade in performance at like (and tolerable) noise levels....and doesn't fit in very many cases.....and isn't expandable....or customizable.....

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    I was referring to Swiftech H220-X and H240-X Sorry, should have been clearer

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    Thanks for all the advice. I pretty much guessed heat shouldn't be an issue but I wanted some affirmation. Got an RMA number again so I'll try the 3rd time's a charm thing. I would like to have the Glacer for reference in future testing and what not.

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