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I've just finished my build (sig) and had a question. the pump connector is connected to my Power Fan connector on the board. i had heard that after you do this you need to go into bios and enable power fan control and config it to run the highest (90%)on my board. if you didn't the pump wouldn't circulate the right way. any truth to this? thanks
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yes,true and also you can plug it into the cpu fan header,but if you do,make sure cool n quiet is disabled
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I'll test it with my pump right now...
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yes,true and also you can plug it into the cpu fan header,but if you do,make sure cool n quiet is disabled


ok, so having it set to 90% is ok for the pump and the two push/pull fans connected to the cpu fan need to have cool and quiet disabled .thanks
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ok, so having it set to 90% is ok for the pump and the two push/pull fans connected to the cpu fan need to have cool and quiet disabled .thanks

You really want it to be pushing 100%. I'm not sure why your board only goes up to 90. A way to check is to see if the pump is pushing ~1400RPMs, either in BIOS or some other utility, like speedfan, or HWMonitor. If not, it's not working optimally.
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thanks, i'll check these out later, now time for bed!!!!!
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