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so, i had bought an h100 a couple years ago to have some basic water cooling for my desktop and when i upgraded to a new case the molex connector did not survive the case transfer. So instead of fighting with the pump trying to figure out which line is +12V and which wire is GND i said 'screw it' and threw on the old cpu cooler that i had (picutres in my old post).
But i have been thinking about throwing the h100 into the old case that i have and turning it into a server so can access my files from where ever i am, only problem is i still have no idea which wire goes to what on the molex. can anyone help me with this?
coming out of the pump the wires are ? / ? / fan controller
Edited by bobdole010 - 7/15/13 at 10:02pm
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so, i had bought an h100 a couple years ago to have some basic water cooling for my desktop and when i upgraded to a new case the molex connector did not survive the case transfer. So instead of fighting with the pump trying to figure out which line is +12V and which wire is GND i said 'screw it' and threw on the old cpu cooler that i had (picutres in my old post).
But i have been thinking about throwing the h100 into the old case that i have and turning it into a server so can access my files from where ever i am, only problem is i still have no idea which wire goes to what on the molex. can anyone help me with this?
coming out of the pump the wires are ? / ? / fan controller

Assuming they're all in order:



3 Pin has the same order as 4 pin minus the PWM pin.

Again, this is assuming the cables exit the enclosure in the correct order.
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its not the fan i am having an issue with, its the +12v and GND wires on the pump. corsair in their infinite wisdom didn't label the wires

so again as the wires come out of the pump they are [unknown wire] / [unknown wire] / [cpu fan controller]
i need to know what the two unknown wires are
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its not the fan i am having an issue with, its the +12v and GND wires on the pump. corsair in their infinite wisdom didn't label the wires

so again as the wires come out of the pump they are [unknown wire] / [unknown wire] / [cpu fan controller]
i need to know what the two unknown wires are

Assuming the wires exit the fixture in the proper order, it should line up the same. You could always email Corsair about it, I'm sure they'll be more helpful than the people here. I'm out of ideas.
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