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post #5621 of 7089
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which program are you using to check the pump speed?

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post #5622 of 7089
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

do you think i can fit 2 EK-CoolStream XE 360 coolers inside my corsaire 760t case ?!!


i have 1 installen at the top now but i think i can install another one infront


EDIT: i guess i'm going with EK-CoolStream CE 280 (Dual) instead

The XE is very thick and needs powerful fans at a high rpm to give you any benefit compared to thinner rads. The 140 lineup is a better choice wink.gif

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which program are you using to check the pump speed?

If the pump is connected to the Predator fan hub it has to be connected to the first fan port on the hub.
Or you connect the pump to another fan port on the motherboard. But that port has to be a PWM port.
post #5623 of 7089
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The XE is very thick and needs powerful fans at a high rpm to give you any benefit compared to thinner rads. The 140 lineup is a better choice wink.gif
If the pump is connected to the Predator fan hub it has to be connected to the first fan port on the hub.
Or you connect the pump to another fan port on the motherboard. But that port has to be a PWM port.

it is directly connected to the CPU_FAN port on my Rampage V Extreme...

so, i left the cpu_fan to standard (first i specified that it is a PWM controller) and that's it.. readings from hwinfo64 as of right now, around 900rpm
     
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it is directly connected to the CPU_FAN port on my Rampage V Extreme...

so, i left the cpu_fan to standard (first i specified that it is a PWM controller) and that's it.. readings from hwinfo64 as of right now, around 900rpm

Seems to me that is not PWN, but voltage controlled!
1250rpm is the lowest speed I can achieve with PWM controlling my Predator pump.
post #5625 of 7089
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Seems to me that is not PWN, but voltage controlled!
1250rpm is the lowest speed I can achieve with PWM controlling my Predator pump.

Well, it reacts to temperatures... those 900rpm are idle speeds... and it ramps up as temperature rises
     
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Well, it reacts to temperatures... those 900rpm are idle speeds... and it ramps up as temperature rises

Sure it does. With less voltage the pump runs slower... but the pump is designed to run with constant 12V and a PWM signal.
You motherboard can controll the speed based on the temperature by voltage or PWM, you just have to set it up correct in the BIOS.
post #5627 of 7089
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Sure it does. With less voltage the pump runs slower... but the pump is designed to run with constant 12V and a PWM signal.
You motherboard can controll the speed based on the temperature by voltage or PWM, you just have to set it up correct in the BIOS.

here you go dude... these are my settings as of right now

     
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here you go dude... these are my settings as of right now

Ok, got it wink.gif
What is the setting below it (CPU Fan Speed Lower Limit)?
post #5629 of 7089
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Ok, got it wink.gif
What is the setting below it (CPU Fan Speed Lower Limit)?

600rpm

and the cpu profile is the fan curve... it is left untouched
     
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Got 54c and 60c, fans @800rpm.

All I had to do is take off the side panel, dust filter and front cover. Lol. 😊😕
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