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    Z370 I ITX missing important AIO pump speed limit in bios

    Hello I just found out that AIO pump monitor is missing speed low limit selection and warning, is that something we can get implemented ASAP?


    I'm not sure if it counts for all asus rog motherboard bioses, but it is rather important thing to leave out.

    I have within a few weeks having my pump failure without any warning whatsoever given during startup cold boot/warm boot, my cpu was sitting at 85c without pump running and just idle.

    so Raja@ASUS / any dev is this something you can fix for us?
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    bump

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    Install HWINfo from https://www.hwinfo.com/
    Run it on windows startup.

    Then you can setup actions based on pump speed like so:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepcuts View Post
    Install HWINfo from https://www.hwinfo.com/
    Run it on windows startup.

    Then you can setup actions based on pump speed like so:

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    relying on 3rd part software when it can be interated into the bios, no thanks

    bump.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Deepcuts PC Specs
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    So you would rather toast your machine, instead of implementing what I suggested, just because Asus did not include a pump warning yet? Indeed, " "

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deepcuts View Post
    So you would rather toast your machine, instead of implementing what I suggested, just because Asus did not include a pump warning yet? Indeed, " "
    Who said I would rather toast it? I'm checking every time during cold or reboot now just to be sure until I hear some feedback from an mod/admin in here

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