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Just one of these! A single fan header can only report the rpm signal of one device! Guess it is the fan wink.gif

and there's no way for me to check the pump speed?
     
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and there's no way for me to check the pump speed?

Didn't we had this discussion already? ^^
The one rpm you want to read, has to be connected to the fan1 port on your Predator. This rpm signal will be send to your CPU_FAN header that comes from the Predator.
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so... hwinfo64 reports like 900rpm on the cpu_fan header... i assume that's the speed of the fan and the pump...

I have my 360 fan hub hooked up to the CPU header and the pump hooked up to the Water Pump header directly on my X99-A II and at idle with both set at 25% at 50C for CPU (CPU is at about 35C on idle) the fans run at about 520 RPM and the pump at about 1390 RPM in HWInfo. Not sure why the pump is running so fast though. the water pump header is set to PWM. I thought it ran at around 1200 RPM at idle. redface.gif
    
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Didn't we had this discussion already? ^^
The one rpm you want to read, has to be connected to the fan1 port on your Predator. This rpm signal will be send to your CPU_FAN header that comes from the Predator.

hehe yeah, im just kinda freaking out
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I have my 360 fan hub hooked up to the CPU header and the pump hooked up to the Water Pump header directly on my X99-A II and at idle with both set at 25% at 50C for CPU (CPU is at about 35C on idle) the fans run at about 520 RPM and the pump at about 1390 RPM in HWInfo. Not sure why the pump is running so fast though. the water pump header is set to PWM. I thought it ran at around 1200 RPM at idle. redface.gif

so i just need a splitter and hook it to the pump header on the predator?
     
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hehe yeah, im just kinda freaking out
so i just need a splitter and hook it to the pump header on the predator?

No, you need a 2nd PWM fan header on the mainboard! 1st will be connected to the Predator hub for the fans and the 2nd directly to the pump.
A splitter will do nothing. A splitter will just allow you to connect two devices to a single header, but again: one header can only read one rpm signal. So you MUST use two header. There is another option, but that would involve soldering wink.gif
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No, you need a 2nd PWM fan header on the mainboard! 1st will be connected to the Predator hub for the fans and the 2nd directly to the pump.
A splitter will do nothing. A splitter will just allow you to connect two devices to a single header, but again: one header can only read one rpm signal. So you MUST use two header. There is another option, but that would involve soldering wink.gif

oh... oh... i got it... what i need, is a 4pin extension!!
     
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Originally Posted by Dschijn View Post

Didn't we had this discussion already? ^^
The one rpm you want to read, has to be connected to the fan1 port on your Predator. This rpm signal will be send to your CPU_FAN header that comes from the Predator.

hehe yeah, im just kinda freaking out
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

I have my 360 fan hub hooked up to the CPU header and the pump hooked up to the Water Pump header directly on my X99-A II and at idle with both set at 25% at 50C for CPU (CPU is at about 35C on idle) the fans run at about 520 RPM and the pump at about 1390 RPM in HWInfo. Not sure why the pump is running so fast though. the water pump header is set to PWM. I thought it ran at around 1200 RPM at idle. redface.gif

so i just need a splitter and hook it to the pump header on the predator?

You keep the fans on the Predator fan hub, attach the hub cable to a fan header on the motherboard set on PWM, but you unhook the pump cable that goes to the Predator fan hub from the hub and attach it direct to it's own fan header on the motherboard also set on PWM. I have my PWM header set at 25% at 50C, 60% at 60C and 100% at 70C but my CPU only reaches 70C if I'm stress testing my CPU with RealBench or something like that so it rarely ramps up that high. biggrin.gif
    
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I have my PWM header set at 25% at 50C, 60% at 60C and 100% at 70C but my CPU only reaches 70C if I'm stress testing my CPU with RealBench or something like that so it rarely ramps up that high. biggrin.gif

That sound like what I did, but I only control it by GPU temperature. CPU load will keep my pump at 25% since faster pump speed will not help my OCed CPU biggrin.gif
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That sound like what I did, but I only control it by GPU temperature. CPU load will keep my pump at 25% since faster pump speed will not help my OCed CPU biggrin.gif

well, i only have one 4pin extension in use, so i will have to figure it out somehow...
     
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well, i only have one 4pin extension in use, so i will have to figure it out somehow...

Yes. remove the 4-pin cable on the Predator hub that comes from the pump. Connect it to the extension and connect the extension to the 2nd PWM fan header on your mainboard. Make sure that this header is not set to voltage control in the BIOS.
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