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I don't mean to Hi-jack the thread...but I have a 655 and I plugged the three pin into the mobo, and it doesn't read...Is there a specific plug on the mobo?
No, it should work out of the box. Are you sure you didn't plug the cable in backwards? Does the RPM display in the BIOS?
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No, it should work out of the box. Are you sure you didn't plug the cable in backwards? Does the RPM display in the BIOS?
It only fits one way, but I'll see if the other way works, and no it doesn't display in the bios. I know the pumps working unless my CPU generates 0 heat.
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I don't mean to Hi-jack the thread...but I have a 655 and I plugged the three pin into the mobo, and it doesn't read...Is there a specific plug on the mobo?
Could have just PMd the guy?
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Could have just PMd the guy?
Thought it was applicable to all the readers...
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Yeah if it isn't reading something either mis-configured or the RPM readout on the pump is broken. My 355 is plugged into the CPU fan header and it reads the RPM fine, 4484 RPM is the speed I have right now.
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So either 240/360, Is the installation for these kits the same as a 120mm one? The guide I saw was for installing a 120mm.
Also, I have an NZXT Phantom case, Can I fit a 240/360 in it (without modding)?
Thats funny...

Check meh build out in meh siggy for pics of my NZXT phantom-white with a 360 G-Phobya 1.2 Black rad on the outside...

As far as the 240, you should be able to fit it, BUT, anything wider than a dime is going to hard press you if you want to do push/pull... not only that but the 200mm fans (assuming you buy a second fan, stock case only has the 1) have lots o' cfm, but very little in the way of pressure, I am not sure about the whole good/bad of that in a real world environment... point being is that it wont fit quite square, its going to be a little off by design... the fans are centerline to the case, while the mounting is off by 1/2" to be aligned with the mobo mounting plate.

Great case, but the wc solutions the manufacturer envisioned was probably not what you or I dream of, just a little too much wasted space.
 
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I don't mean to Hi-jack the thread...but I have a 655 and I plugged the three pin into the mobo, and it doesn't read...Is there a specific plug on the mobo?
Well thats odd... heres what I would do... I dont really know how that pump reads rpm, but I assume it "senses" from a cutting of a magnetic field in the motor which pulses a signal to the mobo header... could try using a multimeter set to dc (something really low in voltage) tapping into the header, and putting the other end to ground and seeing if the pump is putting out a signal, if it is... than it is likely that the mobo sense header is crapped out, and you may rma (put a known working pwm fan on the header just to be sure)... if it dosnt than the wire is broken or broken inside the pump itself....

If the mobo does read, and the pump is putting out a signal, make sure the pin is properly inserted into that header and not pushed back out.

Try sysfan 1 or sysfan 2 and see if the bios reads anything there in lue of an rma. Lemme know how it turns out.
 
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A multimeter won't tell you anything, the signal is oscillating too quickly. What he really needs is a high precision oscilloscope, but considering they cost much more than a new motherboard I wouldn't consider it a viable option.
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Well thats odd... heres what I would do... I dont really know how that pump reads rpm, but I assume it "senses" from a cutting of a magnetic field in the motor which pulses a signal to the mobo header... could try using a multimeter set to dc (something really low in voltage) tapping into the header, and putting the other end to ground and seeing if the pump is putting out a signal, if it is... than it is likely that the mobo sense header is crapped out, and you may rma (put a known working pwm fan on the header just to be sure)... if it dosnt than the wire is broken or broken inside the pump itself....

If the mobo does read, and the pump is putting out a signal, make sure the pin is properly inserted into that header and not pushed back out.

Try sysfan 1 or sysfan 2 and see if the bios reads anything there in lue of an rma. Lemme know how it turns out.

Tested it with a fan, all the fan headers worth with a fan, so the wire must be shot inside the pump. :/
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A multimeter won't tell you anything, the signal is oscillating too quickly. What he really needs is a high precision oscilloscope, but considering they cost much more than a new motherboard I wouldn't consider it a viable option.
Of course your right, and the thought crossed my mind too, theres always checking resistance but that means taking the pump apart... I just wanted to see if he got anything other than 0 and make a call as too were the broke bit is.
 
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