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post #2521 of 20731
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i think he meant 6w?

Oh, yea that makes more sense...
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post #2522 of 20731
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Originally Posted by Avonosac View Post

Six volts?

I'm sorry, that's a typo. I meant 6 watts. I'll amend my previous post and thanks for catching that. thumb.gif
post #2523 of 20731
i cannot get my pump to run slower then 2100 rpm. im using speedfan and tryed everything. im using the splitter on the cpu header. it not loud by no means actually its very silent. i just dont see the need to run it that fast all the time when it doesnt need to. what am i missing??
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post #2524 of 20731
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Originally Posted by circeseye View Post

i cannot get my pump to run slower then 2100 rpm. im using speedfan and tryed everything. im using the splitter on the cpu header. it not loud by no means actually its very silent. i just dont see the need to run it that fast all the time when it doesnt need to. what am i missing??

a few questions:
1. can speedfan control the pump at all? or does it change by itself?

2. Fan control enabled for CPU header in BIOS/UEFI? And is it set to PWM control if possible?
 
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post #2525 of 20731
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Originally Posted by ez12a View Post

a few questions:
1. can speedfan control the pump at all? or does it change by itself?

2. Fan control enabled for CPU header in BIOS/UEFI? And is it set to PWM control if possible?

No to both. You need specific hardware to control the pump speed.
Edit: Actually, i think it is PWM so you might be able to use BIOS or manual fan speed controllor.
Edited by BradleyW - 5/10/13 at 10:36am
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post #2526 of 20731
Speedfan can control the pump. It depends on the motherboard as some motherboard supply a 4 pin header but don't actually use a PWM signal over the 4th pin. You must not use the pump on these as they use voltage control to control the speed. The pump needs a constant 12Volt to operate properly.

If you cannot control the pump via speedfan make sure of the following:

1)All bios fan control is turned off
2)Inside speedfan make sure PWM mode is set to Manual (http://screencast.com/t/NCm8ttctDW)
post #2527 of 20731
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Originally Posted by circeseye View Post

i cannot get my pump to run slower then 2100 rpm. im using speedfan and tryed everything. im using the splitter on the cpu header. it not loud by no means actually its very silent. i just dont see the need to run it that fast all the time when it doesnt need to. what am i missing??

I've just read through the fan settings for your motherboard by downloading the manual. It says that you need to set the CPU Q-Fan Control setting to Manual in order to set the parameters for your pump speeds. This will allow you to adjust the speed of the pump based on the temperature of your CPU. There are four different settings here that can be set for controlling how the speed of the pump will increase based on CPU temperature. You have to have CPU Q-Fan control enabled first in order to select these options and you need to set it to Manual under the CPU Fan Profile. Let me know if this helps solve your issue.
post #2528 of 20731
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Originally Posted by circeseye View Post

i cannot get my pump to run slower then 2100 rpm. im using speedfan and tryed everything. im using the splitter on the cpu header. it not loud by no means actually its very silent. i just dont see the need to run it that fast all the time when it doesnt need to. what am i missing??
I think Speedfan defaults to 20% or 30% for the lowest allowable speed. You need to go deeper into the Speedfan settings and change that allowable range to start somewhere lower (0% = 1200rpm). I had to make the same change, but I can't remember where the exact setting was...
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i hope the ones from FrozenCPU is ok. Getting mine early next week
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i hope the ones from FrozenCPU is ok. Getting mine early next week

The ones that have been shipped out to resellers most recently have all had the necessary changes implemented to remove the issues with debris and issues related to pump failures. This is evidenced from the sharp reduction in RMA requests that we've received recently. As Gabe has stated previously, we're working to reduce our defect rates to zero.
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