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post #27291 of 28303
I have a question about the wiring of the pump and the fans on a Corsair H100i GTX...

I was wondering if I had to plug the 3 pin connector into the CPU_Fan header on the MB or if I was to use a PWM fan hub if I could plug the 3 pin into the PWM fan hubs header labled as CPU_Fan and still maintain control. I would of course plug the fans into the 4 pin plugs coming off the pump head. My MB only has one CPU_Fan header.

My Mother board is an MSI A88XM Gaming MicroATX

Any help would be appreciated.
post #27292 of 28303
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Originally Posted by lilvipr05 View Post

I have a question about the wiring of the pump and the fans on a Corsair H100i GTX...

I was wondering if I had to plug the 3 pin connector into the CPU_Fan header on the MB or if I was to use a PWM fan hub if I could plug the 3 pin into the PWM fan hubs header labled as CPU_Fan and still maintain control. I would of course plug the fans into the 4 pin plugs coming off the pump head. My MB only has one CPU_Fan header.

My Mother board is an MSI A88XM Gaming MicroATX

Any help would be appreciated.

The header on the pump of the H100i GTX is a 4-pin pwm header with 2x 4-pin for fans.

As for your other question, if you use the corsair Link, you can.
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Originally Posted by Chaoz View Post

The header on the pump of the H100i GTX is a 4-pin pwm header with 2x 4-pin for fans.

As for your other question, if you use the corsair Link, you can.

The one I have has a 3 pin connector and then 2 4 pin connections for the fans.
post #27294 of 28303
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Originally Posted by lilvipr05 View Post

The one I have has a 3 pin connector and then 2 4 pin connections for the fans.

I got it all figured out.
I plugged the 3 pin into the CPU_Fan header like the instructions say and I used one of the SYS_Fan headers to power the fan hub and control all of the case fans via bios.
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nvm
Edited by dboythagr8 - 1/25/16 at 6:13pm
post #27296 of 28303
Hello everyone. I have bought an H110i GTX. I'm using the fans on quiet mode. I didn't realised any drastic temperature difference between fan profiles. Anyway. I leave Corsair Link runs at Windows startup. While Corsair Link initialized at Windows startup, my fans ramp up to max speed momentarily. Is there any way to prevent this? It becomes annoying and scary when it is unexpected.

Edit: Uptading Corsair Link to latest v4 fixed the issue.
Edited by deathroll - 1/27/16 at 2:18pm
post #27297 of 28303
Run your pump from psu only..for max power..
Fans from motherboard cpu fan heade/s and set you fan-temp ratios in bios...
Its alot less hassles..
I.like the link tool..dont get me wrong..but more than.often..old school is the new school solution
post #27298 of 28303
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Originally Posted by X-PREDATOR View Post

Run your pump from psu only..for max power..
Fans from motherboard cpu fan heade/s and set you fan-temp ratios in bios...
Its alot less hassles..
I.like the link tool..dont get me wrong..but more than.often..old school is the new school solution

Woops sorry, I was talking about H110i GTX. I had forgotten to write GTX biggrin.gif
I just want to keep it quiet.
post #27299 of 28303
Hi all. I just bought it last week and put it in thumb.gif H110i GTX
No Corsair Link due to lack of second USB 2.0 Header. Pump connected direclty to PSU, Fans connected to 4-pin CPU 1 and CPU 2 connection on the mainboard and fan curve set in Bios. Works like a Charme biggrin.gif and keeps my 4790K @4.7 Ghz nice and cool thumb.gif

I didn't check but I believe the form here to enter the club runs over google which unfortunately is blocked here redface.gif



Edited by TheADLA - 1/26/16 at 8:33pm
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Hi all. I just bought it last week and put it in thumb.gif H110i GTX
No Corsair Link due to lack of second USB 2.0 Header. Pump connected direclty to PSU, Fans connected to 4-pin CPU 1 and CPU 2 connection on the mainboard and fan curve set in Bios. Works like a Charme biggrin.gif and keeps my 4790K @4.7 Ghz nice and cool thumb.gif

I didn't check but I believe the form here to enter the club runs over google which unfortunately is blocked here redface.gif


Hi, congrats for your purchase! From what I understand the pump of your H110i GTX is running at full speed, all the time. Is it noisy?

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