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Originally Posted by Famousoverdose View Post
Okay, I put the Fan into the CPU_FAN, and I placed the one going from the pump, to the PWR_FAN1

Does that sound right? I am trying to go by my mobos manual, and it confusing as hell.

Also I am running the Push/Pull with the Corsair fan pulling in, and then for now, I will be using my Antec 902 fan to pull until I can get matching ones.
Other way round.

PUMP to CPU_Fan header and FAN to Pwr_Fan1. Check your bios and make sure the pump is running at > 1400 rpm and your fan(s) should be at or near their advertised speeds.
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Other way round.

PUMP to CPU_Fan header and FAN to Pwr_Fan1. Check your bios and make sure the pump is running at > 1400 rpm and your fan(s) should be at or near their advertised speeds.
From what I read around, is that hooking up the Pump to the CPU Fan, is that it will throttle the pump. So I connected my CPU Fan to that header, and then put the pump to PWR_FAN1 and then put my board to ignore the PWR_FAN1 slot instead of monitoring it. Hopefully I did it right. Looking at the speeds of the Power Fan, its running at 1380 rpm's.
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post #23 of 23
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From what I read around, is that hooking up the Pump to the CPU Fan, is that it will throttle the pump. So I connected my CPU Fan to that header, and then put the pump to PWR_FAN1 and then put my board to ignore the PWR_FAN1 slot instead of monitoring it. Hopefully I did it right. Looking at the speeds of the Power Fan, its running at 1380 rpm's.
Having your pump running at full is the right way to go. Just ensure your fans are at the speed you want otherwise your temps will be high.

I run the pump through the CPU fan header and disable CPU fan control in BIOS so its always running at full tilt.
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