How to: Quiet a Noisy AIO Liquid Cooling pump from Asetek
With an AIO liquid (water) cooler from Asetek, you will sometimes experience a bubbling pump noise when first installing your cooler into your system or even after relocating it. The bubbling noise is typically caused by tiny, natural, air bubbles moving through the pump and system. Typically it will go away on its own within 15 minutes of starting up, but in some rare cases, it won’t. In this video, we go over a few tips and tricks that will help you minimize and eliminate these noises.
When you are installing your AIO liquid (water) cooler, you should always ensure that, at least, a portion of the radiator (or hex) is mounted higher in your case than the pump. Also, if you can install it with the tubes at the bottom on the radiator (hex) that will be beneficial – ESPECIALLY if you are mounting a 120mm AIO in the rear of your case. In many cases, you can also lightly shake your radiator to help the tiny air bubbles move and stick to the reservoir tanks in the radiators.
In the video, we have a typical example of bubble noise in an AIO pump.
Following the steps in this video will help you get the most out of your AIO, and explain how you can be rid of tiny air bubbles stuck in the pump of your AIO Liquid (water) Cooler by Asetek.