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Put the pump 3pin into the CPU header so you're protected against pump failure.

Put the others into chassis fan headers, I'm sure you can change fan profiles for chassis fans via bios settings.

Ok, it appears I was wrong last night. I have a 12v power and a Tach signal wire coming from the d5, the tach signal is the one with the 3 pin end, but there is actually only one wire. Does this change where I plug it in?

I also added 3 more fans to the exterior for push and pull on the top rad. Shame they are pretty side down, lol. So I have 3 sets of splitters for fans, (One splitter on the 2 front rad fans and the rear case fan, One splitter on the inside upper fans, and one splitter on the outside upper fans.)

After a bit more reading this am, (and less beer...) I think I have a plan, could anyone let me know if I'm on the right track please?

Rear Chassis Fan (AF140) and the front rad 2 fans (a f140) into CHA_FAN1
Top Rad Inside 3 fans (SP120 Quiet PWM) into CPU_FAN
Top Rad Outside 3 fans (SP120 Quiet PWM) into CPU_OPT
Tach signal from D5 into OPT_FAN3

Thanks everyone. So close...
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Looks like your almost done, shame. But I read though and I'll sub too!
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I think so too, thanks for taking the time to say!
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Ok, it appears I was wrong last night. I have a 12v power and a Tach signal wire coming from the d5, the tach signal is the one with the 3 pin end, but there is actually only one wire. Does this change where I plug it in?

I also added 3 more fans to the exterior for push and pull on the top rad. Shame they are pretty side down, lol. So I have 3 sets of splitters for fans, (One splitter on the 2 front rad fans and the rear case fan, One splitter on the inside upper fans, and one splitter on the outside upper fans.)

After a bit more reading this am, (and less beer...) I think I have a plan, could anyone let me know if I'm on the right track please?

Rear Chassis Fan (AF140) and the front rad 2 fans (a f140) into CHA_FAN1
Top Rad Inside 3 fans (SP120 Quiet PWM) into CPU_FAN
Top Rad Outside 3 fans (SP120 Quiet PWM) into CPU_OPT
Tach signal from D5 into OPT_FAN3

Thanks everyone. So close...
I'm telling you man, you want the pump's tach plugged into the CPU fan spot... If the pump stops and your PC keeps running you're gonna have some serious problems. If it's plugged into your CPU Fan spot then if it stops your PC will auto shutdown. The only thing that plug does is tell your mobo the RPM of the pump, and if it drops to 0 then your PC will let you know.

The 12v gets plugged into Molex I believe.

Everything else really doesn't matter, you can make profiles via BIOS.
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post #74 of 79
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I'm telling you man, you want the pump's tach plugged into the CPU fan spot... If the pump stops and your PC keeps running you're gonna have some serious problems. If it's plugged into your CPU Fan spot then if it stops your PC will auto shutdown. The only thing that plug does is tell your mobo the RPM of the pump, and if it drops to 0 then your PC will let you know.

The 12v gets plugged into Molex I believe.

Everything else really doesn't matter, you can make profiles via BIOS.

Thank you so much I figured I explained it wrong, that sounds great I'll do it right now.
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Cool, good luck with the rest of your build.
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post #76 of 79
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Wow. Tough couple of days, I haven't forgotten to build or update, just didn't have time.

Although, guess what... This is my first post from "The Chad".

I know, eh?

More later, with all about what went wrong along the way.

Cheese
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I was going to tell a bad joke about meat, but then I remembered that a steak joke is a rare medium done well...
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I was going to tell a bad joke about meat, but then I remembered that a steak joke is a rare medium done well...
Loving this build even more because of the amazingly bad jokes haha
    
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RAMHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
corsair vengeance 8gb kit(4gbx2) ddr3-1600 cmz8... Samsung 120Gb EVO SSD WD - WD20EURS 2TB Green Sata2 Pioneer BDC-207DBK Blu-Ray Combo Drive 
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Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 850W Power Supp... Corsair Obsidian 750D Full Tower Case Logitech G700S Gaming Mouse Logtiech z5500 THX 5.1 
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post #79 of 79
nice build, also doing a 750D build with a photon res, I'm going to use your's and Nathanblandford's builds as references.

I love your car! also a skyline man myself, although some may not classify the GTR as one.
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