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Lcd galahad 2 Aio problem

Xenres
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13 minutes ago, Xenres said:

Any idea how to set up aio rpm for lian li? Software has only pvm option which you cant change its basically a line like that / and other one is set rpm which i can set up and the sweet spot i found when its not to loud is 2500rpm. 

How to set temp based on coolant?

Any software? 

Sorry for so many questions

PVM... you mean PWM? PWM curve should be what it is, they hopefully give you the option to set the sensor as coolant temp, and then change the curve. If they don't, then just leave it on that 2500rpm static and take a peek at coolant temps after an hour or more of gaming (so the liquid has time to heat up fully and then stabilize temps) and make sure they were below 60C. 

Hi all

 

Got a question should I return it as faulty?

Video is 3000rpm

Problem is even if it goes higher to like 3400+... my lcd aio from lian li sounds like jet engine.

Also after turning on pc you can see temps which is with 7800x3d after loading pc its basically on 50-55c. Idk if its normal? While gaming 65c around that. But the biggest problem is how loud it is...

So no idea if its faulty or normal?

Should I just return it and get different brand ? Kinda bummed to pay 260+quid for tech that is so loud and temps arw quite high unless its normal for this cpu.

Any insight please.

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Where do you have the pump header plugged in? It should be plugged in to the AIO pump header and I believe that is 100% speed all the time. Not sure if there is a way to modify pump speed through software or if they prefer fan headers but that is my experience. You'd need to read the manual to be sure.

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Pumps make some noise, if your fans are super silent you may hear it over them. You should be able to use the software for the AIO to control pump speed based on coolant temp, which is the temp that matters for AIOs. 

 

Temps are fine, 65C is quite cool for a CPU under decent to heavy load. Idle temps being high is normal for Ryzen chips. 

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10 minutes ago, TylerD321 said:

Where do you have the pump header plugged in? It should be plugged in to the AIO pump header and I believe that is 100% speed all the time. Not sure if there is a way to modify pump speed through software or if they prefer fan headers but that is my experience. You'd need to read the manual to be sure.

Yes it is in aio pum. Via lian li software i can lower it and increase it the rpm. Just worried that it is so loud like sounds so much louder than my fiances @,@

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10 minutes ago, Zando_ said:

Pumps make some noise, if your fans are super silent you may hear it over them. You should be able to use the software for the AIO to control pump speed based on coolant temp, which is the temp that matters for AIOs. 

 

Temps are fine, 65C is quite cool for a CPU under decent to heavy load. Idle temps being high is normal for Ryzen chips. 

Could you suggest what speeds to set up my aio at? Its weird because my fiances galahad 2 trinity is quiet af >.< so youre saying its totally normal :/?

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2 minutes ago, Xenres said:

Could you suggest what speeds to set up my aio at? Its weird because my fiances galahad 2 trinity is quiet af >.<

 At the same RPM? If you haven't confirmed that, then it's likely just running a lower rpm, only ramping when it needs to in order to keep coolant temp within safe limits (AFAIK it shouldn't get over 60C in AIOs otherwise it'll start to evaporate faster through the tubing). 

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3 minutes ago, Zando_ said:

 At the same RPM? If you haven't confirmed that, then it's likely just running a lower rpm, only ramping when it needs to in order to keep coolant temp within safe limits (AFAIK it shouldn't get over 60C in AIOs otherwise it'll start to evaporate faster through the tubing). 

What shouldnt get 60c? Coolant is around 28-32 usually. Its just so loud it bothers me and got really worried... I mean even if shes gaming hers is quiet. Is it ok to set pump rpm on pvm?

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Just now, Xenres said:

What shouldnt get 60c?

The coolant, it can get up to 60C but you don't want to run past that for extended periods, as it'll shorten the useful life of your AIO. Won't kill it or explode it or anything, it'll just evaporate the coolant faster (it will always slowly evaporate out through the rubber tubing, but people have ran AIOs for 7+ years and they still have enough coolant to do their job, so the normal rate is not a bit worry). 

Just now, Xenres said:

Is it ok to set pump rpm on pvm?

So long as your coolant doesn't get too hot, should be fine. Thus why I recommend using software where you can set a curve based on coolant temp, so it will automatically ramp up if it gets too hot (as I doubt you'll be checking your temps when busy enjoying games). My EVGA CLC 280 can do this and it's a pretty basic Asetek unit with old software. If you set your fan and pump curve off CPU temp with an AIO, it'll just ramp them up and down for no reason, and will fail to keep the coolant temp at proper levels, resulting in an annoying and less-effective cooling solution. Always base the curves off coolant temp, or set them to a static rpm that's as loud as you can stand it, then keep an eye on coolant temps for a bit to confirm they stay below 60C. That's what I usually do, I don't like fans ramping up and find a low whirr easier to tune out, so I set them to a static rpm. 

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1 minute ago, Zando_ said:

The coolant, it can get up to 60C but you don't want to run past that for extended periods, as it'll shorten the useful life of your AIO. Won't kill it or explode it or anything, it'll just evaporate the coolant faster (it will always slowly evaporate out through the rubber tubing, but people have ran AIOs for 7+ years and they still have enough coolant to do their job, so the normal rate is not a bit worry). 

So long as your coolant doesn't get too hot, should be fine. Thus why I recommend using software where you can set a curve based on coolant temp, so it will automatically ramp up if it gets too hot (as I doubt you'll be checking your temps when busy enjoying games). My EVGA CLC 280 can do this and it's a pretty basic Asetek unit with old software. If you set your fan and pump curve off CPU temp with an AIO, it'll just ramp them up and down for no reason, and will fail to keep the coolant temp at proper levels, resulting in an annoying and less-effective cooling solution. Always base the curves off coolant temp, or set them to a static rpm that's as loud as you can stand it, then keep an eye on coolant temps for a bit to confirm they stay below 60C. That's what I usually do, I don't like fans ramping up and find a low whirr easier to tune out, so I set them to a static rpm. 

Any idea how to set up aio rpm for lian li? Software has only pvm option which you cant change its basically a line like that / and other one is set rpm which i can set up and the sweet spot i found when its not to loud is 2500rpm. 

How to set temp based on coolant?

Any software? 

Sorry for so many questions

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13 minutes ago, Xenres said:

Any idea how to set up aio rpm for lian li? Software has only pvm option which you cant change its basically a line like that / and other one is set rpm which i can set up and the sweet spot i found when its not to loud is 2500rpm. 

How to set temp based on coolant?

Any software? 

Sorry for so many questions

PVM... you mean PWM? PWM curve should be what it is, they hopefully give you the option to set the sensor as coolant temp, and then change the curve. If they don't, then just leave it on that 2500rpm static and take a peek at coolant temps after an hour or more of gaming (so the liquid has time to heat up fully and then stabilize temps) and make sure they were below 60C. 

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Main PC 

CPU: i9 7980XE @4.5GHz/1.22v/-2 AVX offset 

Cooler: EKWB Supremacy Block - custom loop w/360mm +280mm rads 

Motherboard: EVGA X299 Dark 

RAM:4x8GB HyperX Predator DDR4 @3200Mhz CL16 

GPU: Nvidia FE 2060 Super/Corsair HydroX 2070 FE block 

Storage:  1TB MP34 + 1TB 970 Evo + 500GB Atom30 + 250GB 960 Evo 

Optical Drives: LG WH14NS40 

PSU: EVGA 1600W T2 

Case & Fans: Corsair 750D Airflow - 3x Noctua iPPC NF-F12 + 4x Noctua iPPC NF-A14 PWM 

OS: Windows 11

 

Display: LG 27UK650-W (4K 60Hz IPS panel)

Mouse: EVGA X17

Keyboard: Corsair K55 RGB

 

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