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I just got my water-cooling parts in today. I have a 360 rad, 3 3 pin fans, a 3 pin pump and ek waterblock, tubings, fittings, res, and coolant. Now I know I will probably have to order a fan controller because I only have 2 3 pin slots on my Mobo and 1 4 pin slot, which is the CPU fan input. I could probably run 2 fans for now until my controller comes in? Should I plug the pump up to the 4 pin or one of the fans?
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Originally Posted by Rbai76 View Post
I just got my water-cooling parts in today. I have a 360 rad, 3 3 pin fans, a 3 pin pump and ek waterblock, tubings, fittings, res, and coolant. Now I know I will probably have to order a fan controller because I only have 2 3 pin slots on my Mobo and 1 4 pin slot, which is the CPU fan input. I could probably run 2 fans for now until my controller comes in? Should I plug the pump up to the 4 pin or one of the fans?
Ss the pump an MCP35X?

If so it should be plugged into the PWM on the mobo (cpu fan header).
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The 3pin pump can plug into the 4pin cpu pwm port. Just line it up and plug in.
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