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    Laptop (Model)Razer Blade 14" 2017 1080p
    MotherboardRampage V Edition 10
    ProcessorIntel Core i7 6900k
    Memory (part number)G.Skill Trident-Z F4-3200C14Q-64GTZR
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    Graphics Card #2Nvidia Titan V
    Sound CardCreative Labs Sound Blaster Z
    MonitorAsus PG348Q
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    Storage #2Samsung 850 Evo 4TB SATA III
    CPU CoolerEK monoblock
    CaseThermaltake Core X9
    Power SupplyCorsair HX1200 Platinum
    Keyboard Asus ROG Claymore
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    controlling radiator fans based on water temp, not CPU temp?

    Is there an ideal way to have the fans connected? I am finally finishing up my custom loop build with this board, and noticed that with the fans running off the CPU_Fan header, they ramp up and down needlessly with CPU load.

    Since it would make more sense to increase the radiator fans based on water temperature, but a fan needs to be detected on the CPU_Fan header to boot, should I connect one of the case fans to that CPU header, and move my fan splitter to a different fan header that can adjust speed based on a thermal sensor input header instead?

    I just ordered a water temp sensor to add into my loop hoping to be able to set this up somehow, so hopefully that idea will work. What do you all suggest?

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