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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 06-16-2020, 10:36 PM - Thread Starter
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Questions about arctic liquid freezer ii 360

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I've ordered this arctic liquid freezer ii 360

I have some questions about it

I saw all is plugged with one fan but will it be possible to plig the 3x120 on my corsair commander to control it while having the pump speed controlled in bios?

I have some ll120 fans in my case right now. If I use those instead of the arctic one (p12), would the performances be really worse?

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Id run the arctic fans and you can plug them into any unit to control them.
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I haven't tested them firsthand, but the few results that are published, as well as user experiences here, certainly point to the P12 being a much better fan than the Corsair LL.

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Hi i have realized that when i use asus ai suite I can control the pump speed of my liquid freezer ii 360. Is it safe to do so?

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LLs are mediocre pc case fans and bad radiator fans. Fans coming with LF II can be linked and controlled anywhere, pump is controllable and is designed to operate in variable RPM. It is safe to change its speed but only when plugging it to a 12V variable PWM source. I also despitse any ASUS software for being a pile of heavy junk. Leave it in motherboards hands.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Elric2a View Post
Hi i have realized that when i use asus ai suite I can control the pump speed of my liquid freezer ii 360. Is it safe to do so?

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No you can't really not just change the pump speed in the stock configuration

Theres one cable that goes in the cpu fan header, that's alle you need, pump,vrm fan and the 120mm fans you all adjust with the samme setting an only one setting, as fare as i know cable goes from the fans down to the pump and the only cable you plug in to the cpu fan header
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No you can't really not just change the pump speed in the stock configuration



Theres one cable that goes in the cpu fan header, that's alle you need, pump,vrm fan and the 120mm fans you all adjust with the samme setting an only one setting, as fare as i know cable goes from the fans down to the pump and the only cable you plug in to the cpu fan header
I plugged the fans to another header because i wanted to control them independently


The pump is plugged to a pump header now and I realized it was very loud because this header is 100% by default. When i changed the fan curve It was more silent. That's why I asked

If I plug everything all together will I still be able to control the fan speed?

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I suppose it's the vrm fan actually that is variating and not the pump speed but I wanted to know if its OK to leave it as it is.

If I plug it all on one header would I still be able to control the fan speed? Also will the vrm fan varies it speed as well?



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If you plug everything into one header everything will be ran by the same PWM % given by motherboard, which you can adjust freely (to a degree). If you plug pump and fans separately you will be able to control separately fans and pump + vrm fan.

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I finally put tje pump abd vrm on aio pump which runs 100% and fans on cpu fan header. The level of noise is fine i guess its all ok

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