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ive managed to install the H70 to my Phenom II, i started the machine, the temps were around ~36 degrees C for a couple of minutes, lets say 15. Then the temps jumped to 95 degrees and i got a BSOD before i could do anything. I booted again, during the black screen i got a message saying something like the cpu fan wasn-t properly plugged press F1 to continue...

I plugged the cable that comes from the cooler itself to a 4 pin from the mother that says cpu fan, the fans around the radiator, to other pins which didnt say anything

any suggestions ???
PS: hope the cpu was not fried...
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Originally Posted by necromancer2 View Post
ive managed to install the H70 to my Phenom II, i started the machine, the temps were around ~36 degrees C for a couple of minutes, lets say 15. Then the temps jumped to 95 degrees and i got a BSOD before i could do anything. I booted again, during the black screen i got a message saying something like the cpu fan wasn-t properly plugged press F1 to continue...

I plugged the cable that comes from the cooler itself to a 4 pin from the mother that says cpu fan, the fans around the radiator, to other pins which didnt say anything

any suggestions ???
PS: hope the cpu was not fried...
Ouch - you plug in the wire coming from the cooler itself to one of the 3 pin system fan plugs - because you want your pump to run at 100% all the time.

Try that first then come back to us
    
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Also, there is an option in the BIOS which allows you to not stop on CPU fan errors so you can use Fan Controllers.

Don't know if this will be helpful, but, it's always worth a shot.
    
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Check to see if the pump is running 100%. If you plugged it into a motherboard header, if the bios allows fan control, then set it to 100%. I use Hardware Monitor and it reads the pump around 1300-1400 rpm which is around right. Check to see if you mounted it correctly too (remount).
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maybe not fried..but maybe some damage to the chip.. have the pump running at its full 1400rmp at ALL Times!... the fans can go into the cpu fan header using the accessory that comes with h70...but always have the fan getting full power
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I don't mean to sound absolutely ridiculous, but give the pump a good whack with two fingers while it's on.

My H50 had a momentary lapse, and I just hit it with two fingers, and it stopped buzzing, and improved my temperatures by 5-10c haha!
    
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Originally Posted by necromancer2 View Post
ive managed to install the H70 to my Phenom II, i started the machine, the temps were around ~36 degrees C for a couple of minutes, lets say 15. Then the temps jumped to 95 degrees and i got a BSOD before i could do anything. I booted again, during the black screen i got a message saying something like the cpu fan wasn-t properly plugged press F1 to continue...

I plugged the cable that comes from the cooler itself to a 4 pin from the mother that says cpu fan, the fans around the radiator, to other pins which didnt say anything

any suggestions ???
PS: hope the cpu was not fried...
Make sure you go into your BIOS and under(on my board) PC Health Status, disable any type of fan control that there is. This way the board doesn't throttle back the power on the CPU header. You want the pump running at max all the time
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