Originally Posted by Billy_5110
i've had wierd problem with my H100, the fan profile button doesn't work and the guy at corsair gave me a fan controller and two corsair's fan for free. wth it wouldn't solve anything but i shut my mouth and took it, anyway the fans are now plugged on the fan controller of my 650D. still have another one in my closet with fans from them. Also, my side pannel's windows was blurry on the bottom, i've got a enw one in 3 days from corsair.
Seriously, it's the best company i've had the chance to deal with.
Now i'm really worried about my psu's fan not spinning at all no matter what's the carge ( yeah i know it has silent fan controlling stuff and everything but even onder load in BF3 i don't hear anything and it's kinda hot when i touch it on the back...
Anyway, i'm sure if i ask for rma i won't have any problem. But i can't do it really because i need my pc to work on mostly every single day of my life.... And for sure they won't trust me enough to send me a new sample without having the defective one in their hands. Anyway, corsair is awesome, i got lot of stuff from them and i'll keep going that way for next years.
My only bad experience is the psu, as i don't feel really comfortable with an hot psu.
Maybe corsairgeorge would answer me on the maybe faulty psu? normal or not? whatever he could say would be welcome hahaha
The fan profile button is misleading.
Switching the profile will not result in an immediate change in rpm.
The speed will increase to 3 different maximums but only after the coolant has reached a certain temperature.
I believe it also changes the speed of the pump.
I tried the built in controller but went with my tried and true speedfan(the software)/motherboard header combo.
Takes awhile to tweak but it works awesome.
If you are able to install a h100 maybe you could replace your power supply fan?
At least mount one externally somehow.The power supply could take out all your hardware if it starts to fail.