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I need help! So I intalled my h200 on the cpu, intalled 4 fans and trying to dick around in the msi bios the temps keep rising, it hit 85 while being at idle. Fans are spinning full force, is the pump not well plugged or not enable? I can't really hear it with the fans but it can't be possible.

I've got the pump thing plugged in the red ting from the adapter we get and all my other fans are on it too. Pump dead? Im missing something here?
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I need help! So I intalled my h200 on the cpu, intalled 4 fans and trying to dick around in the msi bios the temps keep rising, it hit 85 while being at idle. Fans are spinning full force, is the pump not well plugged or not enable? I can't really hear it with the fans but it can't be possible.

I've got the pump thing plugged in the red ting from the adapter we get and all my other fans are on it too. Pump dead? Im missing something here?

Can you try and plug your pump directly into your CPU fan header for me? You also need to monitor what your CPU fan speed is because that will be the speed of your pump. If it's spinning then there is something else that is causing your temps to rise.
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I need help! So I intalled my h200 on the cpu, intalled 4 fans and trying to dick around in the msi bios the temps keep rising, it hit 85 while being at idle. Fans are spinning full force, is the pump not well plugged or not enable? I can't really hear it with the fans but it can't be possible.

I've got the pump thing plugged in the red ting from the adapter we get and all my other fans are on it too. Pump dead? Im missing something here?

Bram beat me to it. If you can verify it's working properly I'd try remounting the pump block.
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Can you try and plug your pump directly into your CPU fan header for me? You also need to monitor what your CPU fan speed is because that will be the speed of your pump. If it's spinning then there is something else that is causing your temps to rise.

Wow, thanks for the fast reply.

I did so, unplugged the splitter from the motherboard and temps are keep at 39 and now i can hear the pump if i get my ear really close. could it be that 4 fans + pump is too much? It seem designed for all the fan in your case so that's odd.
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Wow, thanks for the fast reply.

I did so, unplugged the splitter from the motherboard and temps are keep at 39 and now i can hear the pump if i get my ear really close. could it be that 4 fans + pump is too much? It seem designed for all the fan in your case so that's odd.

That splitter should be able to handle that. It could be that your power supply might be having some issues though. It could also be that there is a problem with our splitter. Check your power supply and make sure that it's able to produce enough power for what you're connecting to it. If that isn't the problem then it's most likely an issue with our splitter and we can replace it if that's the case.
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Wow, thanks for the fast reply.

I did so, unplugged the splitter from the motherboard and temps are keep at 39 and now i can hear the pump if i get my ear really close. could it be that 4 fans + pump is too much? It seem designed for all the fan in your case so that's odd.

Did you also provide power to the splitter directly from the PSU? The devices attached to the splitter can't all be power by a single mobo fan header, so the splitter takes power from a molex connector. W/o plugging that in, the devices on the splitter wouldn't be getting any power.
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I wanted to use the H220 on a i7-4770k in the Maximus VI Impact, but i doubt it'll fit. Ram slots too close on one side and the vrm-board too close on the other side. The fittings stick out too far, guess I'll look for a different cooler.
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Okay, so I posted earlier, but had to leave town so I did not have time to fix my issue. Everything runs great, I get great temps at 4.5 GHz. However, my pump seems to be stuck at 100% (3200 RPM +- 50ish). In speed fan I can change the PWM1 which is my CPU header where the fan expansion is plugged into and can hear changes in my actual rad fans however the pump seems unaffected. I do not mind this as its not loud at all, but I am afraid of shortening the life span of the pump by doing this. Any suggestions? My motherboard is a MSI Z77-G41
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That splitter should be able to handle that. It could be that your power supply might be having some issues though. It could also be that there is a problem with our splitter. Check your power supply and make sure that it's able to produce enough power for what you're connecting to it. If that isn't the problem then it's most likely an issue with our splitter and we can replace it if that's the case.


All 4 fans are running on the splitter and the pump is directly on the mobo and it work, dunno so the splitter work but pump isn't working on it? Couls it be this single fan plug that isn't working?everything works fine except I Have to deal with fanspeed. I have 2 stock fans +2 gt typhoon(they arn't pwm if they got only 3 pins right) So I was wondering if there is a way to control fan speed for em. I need fan speed reducer for like 7 volts right? If so can I just plug the 2 stock fans to my mobo and use pwm control trought there and get some fan speed derucer. At night I'd also want to turn off 2 of the 4 fans, is that even possible? I'll do some more testing once windoes is installed
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That splitter should be able to handle that. It could be that your power supply might be having some issues though. It could also be that there is a problem with our splitter. Check your power supply and make sure that it's able to produce enough power for what you're connecting to it. If that isn't the problem then it's most likely an issue with our splitter and we can replace it if that's the case.

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