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post #11 of 331 (permalink) Old 12-08-2017, 12:54 PM
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HELP please!!! I wasn’t able to upload pics. Sorry.
MK-MLC Phoenix 280mm AIO with intel cpu block. I hired a builder to build my pc.
I keep getting “CPU fan speed error detected”
Nothing is connected to the main cpu header on my mobo. I noticed that these are two pins and on the mother board it is 4 pins. The two 2 pin cables from the AIO is connected to the cpu opt and the slot next to that. Will the fans speed up if cpu gets hot the way it’s set up? Can anyone include pics if possible. Thanks!
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HELP please!!! I wasn’t able to upload pics. Sorry.
MK-MLC Phoenix 280mm AIO with intel cpu block. I hired a builder to build my pc.
I keep getting “CPU fan speed error detected”
Nothing is connected to the main cpu header on my mobo. I noticed that these are two pins and on the mother board it is 4 pins. The two 2 pin cables from the AIO is connected to the cpu opt and the slot next to that. Will the fans speed up if cpu gets hot the way it’s set up? Can anyone include pics if possible. Thanks!
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See this .pdf, you have the fan header installed wrong.

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/EK-IM/EK-IM-3831109863817.pdf

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I think I know the answer to this but just to be sure:

Are all the parts on the Phoenix replaceable including the pump?



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See this .pdf, you have the fan header installed wrong.

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/EK-IM/EK-IM-3831109863817.pdf

Thank you sir. So, I called Asus earlier. Turns out the the 2 pin connected from the radiator was connected in the correct cpu fan heAder. The 2 pin from the AIO block was connected to a fan header instead of the AIO spot. So I switched that one to the AIO spot and I don’t get the error anymore. This is my first PC. I’m a total noob. What antivirus do you guys recommend? What temps are you guys getting with your EK-MLC? I idle at 29-31 C. Don’t know how to check temps when I’m gaming. If the cpu gets hot, the fans will increase rpm accordingly right? Thanks!!
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I have a MLC 360 on my Predator 360 prefilled 1080 Ti GPU block and my CPU on my Predator 360 on separate loops.

I'm disappointed the pump doesn't have a standalone PWM header to control the pump alone. It seems to be integrated with the fans. redface.gif

My Predator 360 had a dedicated pump header. rolleyes.gif

If I wanted to replace the stock fans in push/pull what would people recommend for high CFM radiator fans.

Noise is not an issue, I use a headset and even my 3000 RPM system fans I can't hear currently. thumb.gif

I use these, and they are quite good. During normal temps they are quiet and get a bit noisy when turned up to 100%. The have very high static pressure
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-furious-vardar-evo-120

I also have some of these on case for intake. They are quieter so I can run them at 100% 24/7. They have slightly lower static pressure
https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-vardar-f4-120er-type-p017-bulk
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How do you think a MLC 360 kit will perform cooling a 8700K and 1080 Ti Strix ?
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How do you think a MLC 360 kit will perform cooling a 8700K and 1080 Ti Strix ?

Pretty nicely IMO

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Thinking about getting a 280 for my 1080 Ti and 5960X. Would do a 360 but I would have redo my whole computer.



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I'm kinda new to this part of water cooling and I'm intrigued by the Phoenix product but have a couple of pre-sale questions:

1. I want to be sure I get the right GPU waterblock for my EVGA 1080 Ti SC Black Edition, what model should I use?

2. Are the GPU waterblocks full coverage?

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SC Blacks are reference PCBs so a standard MLC 1080 TI EKWB block will work. smile.gif

Yes, they are full coverage but definitely get a backplate as well. thumb.gif

If you want to go all out replace the stock thermal pads with:

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Delectronics&field-keywords=fujipoly+17+w%2Fmk


Nooo, be careful though. The SC black edition has a reference pcb, however it has a dvi connector whereas the ref doesn't. Per ek compat list, the reference 1080ti block will not fit these. You have to use the Titan X pascal block though.
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