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    Asus Strix Z690-I Gaming AIO Pump Header Control

    I have a question i am doing a SFF build and i am curious are you able to control the AIO Pump when connected to the AIO Pump header via AISuite or Bios?

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    What do you mean by control ?

    An AIO pump flows at a set rate, it is not variable.

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    EK AIO Elite I set it from 80% to 100% and it is less audible like that. EK AIO is tuned and only syncronized with motherboard BIOS but it can also be tuned with AI Suite 3
    Last edited by cekeu; 09-13-2022 at 06:34 PM.

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    So if i connect my AIO Fans to CPU header i can control them based on CPU temp and with the AIO Pump which i am using the Phanteks Glacier is connected to the AIO Pump header i can control it Via AI suite 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSector73 View Post
    What do you mean by control ?

    An AIO pump flows at a set rate, it is not variable.
    Not true. There may be some AIOs with a fixed speed pump, but many have PWM control over the pump. The ROG Ryujin series certainly does, and I think all of the ROG AIOs do (not 100% on that, as the spec sheets and manuals for them are not 100% clear on it, I just know for certain the Ryujin pumps are controllable and I've seen other AIOs that take PWM control). My Ryujin II can vary between 840 and 2800 rpm on the pump, not entirely certain what the nominal spec is for it (both fans and pumps can vary a little from their nominal spec).

    On the original question, I believe ASUS normally set the AIO_PUMP and W_PUMP headers to fixed 100% by default. Check the Q-fan settings in the BIOS. It might not be configurable on all boards, that's where to look first. I can certainly adjust them on my board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSector73 View Post
    What do you mean by control ?

    An AIO pump flows at a set rate, it is not variable.
    This is DEFINITELY INACCURATE.

    AIO Pump Header can be manually set & controlled using the QFan Control panel in the board's UEFI and can be over ride by the AISuite Software. I know this cause I have changed mine, though I use it as a secondly header for my heatsink.
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