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Lian Li Galahad 360 - very loud

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I have this AIO and that is very loud right now due maybe to one of the fans that has defected and always do some squeaky sounds..

But anyway this AIO is very loud especially on heavy tasks..

 

Thats possible to disconnect one of the fans of the AIO right now to stop the defective fan or that is risky?

Ryzen 9 5900X CPU.

 

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You should rather define a fan curve to have fans spin slower, but what you should do depends on your temps, so that you don't overheat your CPU

With a 360mm AIO it should be ok anyway

Why don't you replace the failing fan btw?

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Show a picture of how the AIO is installed. "Trickling sounds" sounds a lot more like pump problem the a fan. If the pump is the highest point in the loop, it will suck air, making those trickling sounds. Similar sounds can come also if your radiator is mounted tubes up.

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1 hour ago, QuantumSingularity said:

Show a picture of how the AIO is installed. "Trickling sounds" sounds a lot more like pump problem the a fan. If the pump is the highest point in the loop, it will suck air, making those trickling sounds. Similar sounds can come also if your radiator is mounted tubes up.

The radiator are on the top of the case.. and the pump is under..

that is squeaky sounds that right now has stopped.. dont know why... but that is okay to disconnect one of the fans and stay with two only?

 

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