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hey guys, I have a bit of an odd situation and am hoping someone could help me with this.

I installed the kraken G10 on my EVGA GTX 780 SCthe other day. I used an antec khueler 620 and everything was installed and good to go.

Well long story short, my graphics card sort of just stopped working. When Windows would boot up, the second windows went to go into 1080p, the display would shut off. The only time I could get video was when I uninstalled the Nvidia drivers and ran at the default resolution.

I thought my card was ****ed up because we spent days trying to fix it. Then I realized the only thing that had changed from my previous case to my new one was that I had taken the stock cooler off.

Well, lo and behold, when I uninstalled the kraken, and reinstalled the stock cooling unit onto the graphics card, everything started working normally again.

I tried to search about this issue but only found some vague answers. I noticed there is a 3 pin connection that goes from the cooler to the graphics card, and when it is removed I unplugged it... and I am wondering if this had something to do with the kraken not working (since nothing was plugged in there).

I would really really love to get the G10 working and everything, so I am hoping that someone has some insight on this issue. Thanks guys!
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Originally Posted by ironcurtains View Post

hey guys, I have a bit of an odd situation and am hoping someone could help me with this.

I installed the kraken G10 on my EVGA GTX 780 SCthe other day. I used an antec khueler 620 and everything was installed and good to go.

Well long story short, my graphics card sort of just stopped working. When Windows would boot up, the second windows went to go into 1080p, the display would shut off. The only time I could get video was when I uninstalled the Nvidia drivers and ran at the default resolution.

I thought my card was ****ed up because we spent days trying to fix it. Then I realized the only thing that had changed from my previous case to my new one was that I had taken the stock cooler off.

Well, lo and behold, when I uninstalled the kraken, and reinstalled the stock cooling unit onto the graphics card, everything started working normally again.

I tried to search about this issue but only found some vague answers. I noticed there is a 3 pin connection that goes from the cooler to the graphics card, and when it is removed I unplugged it... and I am wondering if this had something to do with the kraken not working (since nothing was plugged in there).

I would really really love to get the G10 working and everything, so I am hoping that someone has some insight on this issue. Thanks guys!

I don't think it makes a difference if the fan header on the GPU is left unplugged. At least, I don't have any issues doing that on my G1 970's. Was the 620 seated properly on the GPU die? Did you check core temperature after booting into the OS?
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I have never run into this before on any of the Krakens I have installed for myself and others. The on board fan header is rarely used by me anyway. Thats not to say that the card vendor could not have the bios setup to where if there is no signal from the fan header it wont boot, same as a no CPU fan scenario. If you are positive that you had all the power hooked up correctly. pump etc, you can download the bios off the gpu and open the file and see if you can figure out if this is the case. If it is then it should be easy enough to hard code the value and, well lie to it. But honestly I have never run into this on a GPU before.
   
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I have never run into this before on any of the Krakens I have installed for myself and others. The on board fan header is rarely used by me anyway. Thats not to say that the card vendor could not have the bios setup to where if there is no signal from the fan header it wont boot, same as a no CPU fan scenario. If you are positive that you had all the power hooked up correctly. pump etc, you can download the bios off the gpu and open the file and see if you can figure out if this is the case. If it is then it should be easy enough to hard code the value and, well lie to it. But honestly I have never run into this on a GPU before.

Or buy a VGA 4pin adapter and plug in the 92mm to see if that works
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Or buy a VGA 4pin adapter and plug in the 92mm to see if that works

If he can find a set, that will certainly work too. But if it is in the bios, changing the setting and re flashing is free.
   
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Hey guys thanks for the responses and suggestions... I do have one other question which I think may have been the problem.

So on the main CPU fan plugin on the motherboard I have my kraken x61 plugged in which is cooling my CPU obviously.

I realize now that I plugged the pump 3 pin into a SYSFAN slot on the motherboard... and I think it may have not been receiving enough power?

Its weird though because I could feel the water pumping through the unit ... But maybe that had something to do with it.

And in this case, I dont see another main fan slot on my motherboard. Only SYSFAN connectors.... what would be the best way to power it?

Also when I do go and try to reinstall it... should I have the fan pushing or pulling? And should the radiator be closest to the outside of the case, or should the fan be closest to the outside? I have an NZXT S340. and I have the kraken x61 mounted on the front fans (fans closest to the outside of case since the radiator does not fit the other way), and I have those 2 fans pushing. My rear fan is pushing as well, and my top fan is pulling. Hopefully you guys have some suggestions on the best airflow specifically in the S340 thumb.gif
Edited by ironcurtains - 2/18/16 at 10:59am
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Originally Posted by ironcurtains View Post

Hey guys thanks for the responses and suggestions... I do have one other question which I think may have been the problem.

So on the main CPU fan plugin on the motherboard I have my kraken x61 plugged in which is cooling my CPU obviously.

I realize now that I plugged the pump 3 pin into a SYSFAN slot on the motherboard... and I think it may have not been receiving enough power?

Its weird though because I could feel the water pumping through the unit ... But maybe that had something to do with it.

And in this case, I dont see another main fan slot on my motherboard. Only SYSFAN connectors.... what would be the best way to power it?

Also when I do go and try to reinstall it... should I have the fan pushing or pulling? And should the radiator be closest to the outside of the case, or should the fan be closest to the outside? I have an NZXT S340. and I have the kraken x61 mounted on the front fans (fans closest to the outside of case since the radiator does not fit the other way), and I have those 2 fans pushing. My rear fan is pushing as well, and my top fan is pulling. Hopefully you guys have some suggestions on the best airflow specifically in the S340 thumb.gif

Molex to 3 pin is a good way to power it, ensures full 12v power if you put it in a 12v rail. I prefer pulling for intake or exhaust as it makes cleaning easier, especially for exhaust. Make sure to have your GPU cooler as exhaust, it throws out alot of heat.
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Originally Posted by ironcurtains View Post

Hey guys thanks for the responses and suggestions... I do have one other question which I think may have been the problem.

So on the main CPU fan plugin on the motherboard I have my kraken x61 plugged in which is cooling my CPU obviously.

I realize now that I plugged the pump 3 pin into a SYSFAN slot on the motherboard... and I think it may have not been receiving enough power?

Its weird though because I could feel the water pumping through the unit ... But maybe that had something to do with it.

And in this case, I dont see another main fan slot on my motherboard. Only SYSFAN connectors.... what would be the best way to power it?

Also when I do go and try to reinstall it... should I have the fan pushing or pulling? And should the radiator be closest to the outside of the case, or should the fan be closest to the outside? I have an NZXT S340. and I have the kraken x61 mounted on the front fans (fans closest to the outside of case since the radiator does not fit the other way), and I have those 2 fans pushing. My rear fan is pushing as well, and my top fan is pulling. Hopefully you guys have some suggestions on the best airflow specifically in the S340 thumb.gif

You can use the sysfan board header to power the pump, just go into the bios and make sure the header has full 12v available to it. You dont want it on silent or something like that. You can also use a molex plug to fan adapter to get 12V to the pump.

However the pump not getting full power is not going to stop the gpu from booting into windows. Whatever is causing your system not to boot into windows is probably related to the installation something like all the power pins not being plugged in good or the card securely mounted in the pcie slot or something of this nature most likely. BUT............... Another question has to be what all is in the system? What power supply are you running? A buggy or not enough PSU will also cause this issue. Take a minute and "put your rig in your sig" so we can see what all is there.

For AIOs mounted on the GPU I always recommend the fans for the radiator mounted to exhaust the heat out of the case. Watch all your temperatures and see how it affects the system as a whole before you decide on a final setup. My system actually gets the lowest temps with the H-110 on the CPU set to intake with the both the H-90s set to exhaust. Each system is different so try it both ways if you have any doubt.
   
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You can use the sysfan board header to power the pump, just go into the bios and make sure the header has full 12v available to it. You dont want it on silent or something like that. You can also use a molex plug to fan adapter to get 12V to the pump.

However the pump not getting full power is not going to stop the gpu from booting into windows. Whatever is causing your system not to boot into windows is probably related to the installation something like all the power pins not being plugged in good or the card securely mounted in the pcie slot or something of this nature most likely. BUT............... Another question has to be what all is in the system? What power supply are you running? A buggy or not enough PSU will also cause this issue. Take a minute and "put your rig in your sig" so we can see what all is there.

For AIOs mounted on the GPU I always recommend the fans for the radiator mounted to exhaust the heat out of the case. Watch all your temperatures and see how it affects the system as a whole before you decide on a final setup. My system actually gets the lowest temps with the H-110 on the CPU set to intake with the both the H-90s set to exhaust. Each system is different so try it both ways if you have any doubt.

So my PC is as follows:

i5-2500k running @ 4.2 GHz
MSI Z68A-GD65 (B3) Motherboard
8GB RAM
EVGA GTX 780 SC w/ 3GB VRAM
PSU is a Thermaltake it is either 750W or 850W, I cannot easily check because of my case
The case is the NZXT S340

The way I have the cooling setup is as follows: Front of the case has the Kraken X61 mounted on it. The Fans have to be attached to the case with the radiator in front of them 9closer to the inside), because of the design of the case. I have those two fans blowing air into the case through the radiator. I also have a rear mounted fan which is blowing air into the case, and a fan mounted at the top which is pulling air out of the case.

If you have any suggestions on better air flow let me know, and I really wanna try to get the kraken G10 working.... my 780 is running at around 75-80 degrees celcius on my new Acer XB271HU monitor (when playing games like GTA V and what not) and I would like to get it lower.

Edit: I found this forum post: https://forum.teksyndicate.com/t/no-video-after-kraken-g10-installation-solved/64007/16

it looks like the guy had a similar issue and it seemed that because the stock cooler was not plugged into the graphics card header, it would turn itself off (sort of like a fail safe).

Anyone have any ideas on how to get around this? other than soldering wires and everything.
Edited by ironcurtains - 2/18/16 at 6:45pm
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it looks like the guy had a similar issue and it seemed that because the stock cooler was not plugged into the graphics card header, it would turn itself off (sort of like a fail safe).

Anyone have any ideas on how to get around this? other than soldering wires and everything.

If thats the case then its coded in the bios and you may be able to download the GPU BIOS, deactivate the feature and then re flash the bios with the modified one. The other thing you can do is what Sargent suggested and get an adapter cable to connect the fan on the Kraken to the header on the GPU itself.
   
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