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    ROG Ryujin 360 - Internal Fan Question - Urgent

    Hello @all

    i have done the setup with the ROG Ryujin 360.

    Using different Fans insteed of the Noctuna Industrial Fans. ( Thermaltek Riing RGB Plus Premium )

    My problem is if i dont use the attached Fan adapter from the AOI Pump i can not make the internal Mini FAN Silent !
    Its allway on 100% and very loud

    What i figured out is first time i have used it with the Noctuna Fans attached to the FAN adapter from the AIO Pump. I could see the FAN curves in FAN EXPERT.

    It is possible if i dont use this 3 pin adapter for the fans direct from the pump i can not adjust the speed of this mini FAN inside the AIO Pump ?

    Its penetrating me

    Greetings
    Devjam

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    Yesterday i found the solution i guess

    If you setup the AIO first time with attached fans you can adjust the internal fan the pump and the external fans.
    I think there is a safe function what keeps the setting saved.
    If you AIO is not attache to the powersuply it will lose the saved settings after a certaine time.

    So i have attached 1 fan to adjust the internal fan => pluged out the external Fan => internal Fan is still under controll with the saved settings.


    What i need to check or test is unplug the powersuply and see if the settings get lost.

    Can anyone from the ROG Team confirm this or explain how this is working ?

    Greetings
    Devjam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devjam View Post
    Yesterday i found the solution i guess

    If you setup the AIO first time with attached fans you can adjust the internal fan the pump and the external fans.
    I think there is a safe function what keeps the setting saved.
    If you AIO is not attache to the powersuply it will lose the saved settings after a certaine time.

    So i have attached 1 fan to adjust the internal fan => pluged out the external Fan => internal Fan is still under controll with the saved settings.


    What i need to check or test is unplug the powersuply and see if the settings get lost.

    Can anyone from the ROG Team confirm this or explain how this is working ?

    Greetings
    Devjam
    I don't know if anyone here will be able to give you a definitive answer. So far I haven't seen a lot of detail on this product. But your experience does seem consistent with the youtuber Jayztwocents. He had a broken fan plug and used separate fans for his testing. He found the internal fan to be uncontrollable as well.
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    I have the Ryujin 360 and can currently control all the fans. I will disconnect the Noctua fans and see if I lose control of the pump house fan. I will report back.

    Question: Do you have the USB cable connected to the motherboard?


    Also, why not connect the new fans you have to the AIO cooler for control through Fan Expert?

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    Hello Thanks for your Feedbacks

    I know this product is new. Thats why i trying to share the expirience.

    1. I have attached Thermalthek Riing Fans ( 9x pices )
    2. This 9 Fans are connected over the Thermalthek RGB / PWM controller ( you have to buy is additional 25$ )
    3. Connect the Thermalthek controller to the Fan Controls on your motherboard ( PWM 3x Fan => 1 Adapter to plug )
    4. Organize the software setup all what you need and want. ( during this process i have attached 1x Fan direct to the AIO pump to make the adjustment )
    5. Plug out the Fan use the other 9 Fans over AI Suit incl. the Fan inside the AOI.

    Hope this helps if not please let me know )

    Greetings
    Devjam

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