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Now this is my first attempt at water cooling and i have 1 major question. I currently have a Crossfire IV Extreme running a AMD 1090t Black Edition OC to 4.12 ghz with a XSPCR240 water cooling system. My system is stable and no matter what I have tried to figure out why i keep getting certain warnings every so often to pop up: Fan 1 rpm 0, Fan 2 rpm 0, Fan 3 rpm 0, NB temp high,SB temp high and so forth.Now of course there not all at the same time and its very speratic when it does show. I have already went to bios and turned all fans off and so forth and have double chk my connections and even went as far as to put a flow meter on to see if the liquid is moving. Trying to see if anyone out there can help me out. THX GUYS & GALS
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Well, motherboards have some system to deliver those warnings when you have not a fan connected to your CPU header, for example.
If you do have a fan on your CPU and it dies, that warning is a good idea because it can prevent a system malfunction.
You can disable those warnings on your BIOS, because they don't really mean something is wrong with your system.

By the way, you don't turn off the fans on the BIOS, you turn the warnings off, or the monitoring of those fans, but not the fans.

Where is your pump connected? What about You rad's fans?
If they are not plugged to your motherboard header's you should turn off those warnings.

As for the NB and SB temps, it's a good idea to check if they are really high, you can probably use HWmonitor to do so.
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Under bios there is a setting where it has Press F1 if something comes up blah blah blah.. turn that one off, I had same problem as well but it is fixed after turning that setting off. Just dont turn off the Fans like the guy said above
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http://www.overclock.net/amd-motherb...l#post11801762

I coulda sworn I'd read this somewhere else
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