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    Asus rog rampage omega water pump header

    hi,

    I'm currently building a dual loop using the asus rog rampage VI extreme omega x299 with two EK-Quantum Kinetic TBE 300 D5 PWM
    looking in the manual it says when using the 2 dedicated pump headers W_PUMP+1 / W_PUMP+2 pumps will be running at 100% , could anybody please tell me is There a way i can control the pump speed
    Am i correct in thinking if i connect both pumps one via CPU_FAN and second via CPU_OPT i could control the pump speed this way
    would really prefer to keep them both to the dedicated headers if there is some way to do this in the bios
    Sorry if this is obvious its my first build and just want to make sure I'm on the correct lines
    Any advice be very much appreciated
    Thanks

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    Plug them into the pump headers and don't worry about controlling their speed. They'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G75rog View Post
    Plug them into the pump headers and don't worry about controlling their speed. They'll be fine.
    thanks for your reply , was just a bit worried it could damage them running at 100% constantly or the noise would be an issue.
    I take it I just plug both pumps into the headers let pumps run at there fixed 100% speed and just set my fan curves up in the bios then and happy days

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