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    ROG Enthusiast Array Dan87 PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Itzycharles View Post
    Btw. if i use a splitter for the 2 fans will be ok )they come with the AIO? there is any benefit having your option.
    Yes, the AIO has a splitter but to be honest I haven't tried if I could control the fans from the BIOS by having them plugged in the splitter... I guess I could, so I'll give it a try tomorrow. Thanks for the input.

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array MrAgapiGC PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan87 View Post
    Yes, the AIO has a splitter but to be honest I haven't tried if I could control the fans from the BIOS by having them plugged in the splitter... I guess I could, so I'll give it a try tomorrow. Thanks for the input.
    I can try tomorrow and check if there is a difference. I get a asetek unit. I try to get one with a new gen pump to test i am ok so far since broke so i have to get one fast here.

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array MrAgapiGC PC Specs
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    After making some connection there is no difference as far i can tell, if i connect the fans to cpu fan and opt fan. Both are wire together. and both fans spins the at the same speed if control on the bios by the cpu fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcello.S View Post
    I suggest you to read carefully the manual as you'll get all the info you need.
    Obviously you havent come to the cross roads where the Motherboard AIO instructions tells you one thing and then the AIO manufacturer tells you another way of setting it up.
    I am still tryna work out if AI suite 3 fan control is clashing with iCUE and ontop of that is using AI suite better for my video card OC and for control or is the actual ASUStweak 2 software better which comes with the card... ahhh the fun and joy of it all

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    Quote Originally Posted by M4D5TYL3Z View Post
    Obviously you havent come to the cross roads where the Motherboard AIO instructions tells you one thing and then the AIO manufacturer tells you another way of setting it up.
    I am still tryna work out if AI suite 3 fan control is clashing with iCUE and ontop of that is using AI suite better for my video card OC and for control or is the actual ASUStweak 2 software better which comes with the card... ahhh the fun and joy of it all
    You can connect the AIO to any header you want. The purpose of connecting it to the CPU_FAN header is that if the pump fails you get an warning and\or the PC will shut down. All that AIO connection is doing is reading the pump tach.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array geniusdevil PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan87 View Post
    Which solution would you advise? I have read that the pump deteriorate faster if it's not set at a constant speed. However, it is my understanding that the most recent ones won't experience this issue.

    @Gettinthere: I have tried what the corsair manual suggested at the beginning, but the z270h motherboard has an AIO pump header so you have alternatives which is why I'm asking to share experiences. I'd like to understand what's the best setup. For sure I can tell you that the one advise by Corsair is the most quiet so far but I'm not sure if that's optimal. I am no expert and this is my first AIO, so I'm even seeking some advise on how to set the bios in case I decide to connect the AIO to the pump header instead of the CPU header.
    heheehehehehehehehehehe hohohohohoho hahahaha ... Welcome to the Team; I screwed my AIO.*
    This is why they say if it ain't broken, don't fix it.

    Tried all those temping headers your brain told you to experiment? now, live with a loud fan that will haunt you all ur life.... AI Suite App is broken, thanks to Asus for their No Support Policy. Lol. 3-pin fan needs to see a trash bin now,,, and get a four pin now.
    I did the same with me OEM machine Tytan g30ab
    The fan spun so fast that my whole machine took off like some alien helicopter..with all my downloaded p-movies etc., *
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    ROG Enthusiast Array geniusdevil PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by M4D5TYL3Z View Post
    Obviously you havent come to the cross roads where the Motherboard AIO instructions tells you one thing and then the AIO manufacturer tells you another way of setting it up.
    I am still tryna work out if AI suite 3 fan control is clashing with iCUE and ontop of that is using AI suite better for my video card OC and for control or is the actual ASUStweak 2 software better which comes with the card... ahhh the fun and joy of it all
    If you got a Rog machine with one powerful 3pin Chasis fan attached on the radiator as an exhaust out...that once made beautiful UFO flying sound Zzsshhhhh Zsshhhh...silent but powerful enough during gaming... Well, that sound will never come back if you tried all ur cpu fan/ chasis fan -- and switching them with each other, Consider those magic numbers/settings gone! AI suite doesn't work well either, thanks to Microsoft for taking complete control over the Kernel... and Asus' lousy support/effort to keep the product alive.*

    What will help you though is, get 4-pin fan... Install it on Chasis_1 (on the radiator), And Rad's pin(usually a 3-pin) on the CPU_Fan. Bios settings Auto for every where you find it. Save. Clean windows installation. And voila!
    Never ever touch the kernel settings again! 😂*
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    ROG Junior Member Array XtreamStealth PC Specs
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    I am having the same problem regarding fan headers

    Hi, my Sim Racing PC THOR just went through another major upgrade. I pulled my Sabertooth X79, 4820K and 32 GB of DDR3 due to random black screens. The new parts are an Asus ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming motherboard, a i7 8700K and 16 GB of 3000 MHz DDR4. My system uses two cooling loops, the CPU cooler is a Corsair H115i Pro ROG with the Radiator mounted up in the top section of the case with four fans that pull cool air from outside. The case was modified by adding 1 1/2 inches to the height of the top section. By moving the Radiator up 1 1/2 inches I was able to install a cooper water block on the Mosfit's of the X79, it also had a cooper South Bridge water block that was part of the GPU water loop. The Strix Z390-E board has only been out a short time some, and there are no motherboard water blocks yet. Not that its needed now. So, about the fan headers. I truly love the software this board has for fan control. But there are so many different header types I'm at a loss. My PC uses 16 fans. OK, that might sound like over kill but its not. 8 fans are in the Case and 8 fans are outside the case. 4 x 140mm fans on the CPU Radiator. two 200mm fans, one on the side and one in the lower front to the case. plus two 120mm fans, one upper back and one upper front of case. Not sure of the best way to hook up the H115I. Now for the GPU custom loop. It starts outside on top of my Rig just above and at the back of the PC with a NIOChanger Pump/ 200ml Res Combo. Soft tubing goes across to a 700ml Res mounted on the back on the PC. Coming out the bottom the tubing changes to Cooper that is chrome plated. it goes into the case to a Full EK GPU water block. without the other two water blocks the tubing heads at a 45* to the front and exits just under the DVD drive. it turns back under my Rig changing to soft tubing it goes to a Cooper 480 Radiator, for there more cooper tubing goes back to the pump. The loop uses 40 oz of water and the Radiator has four hi static presser fans pushing air and four hi flow fans pulling air. The are all hooked to a NZXT GRID +V2 controller. It's an incredible system, Max temps in ultra are CPU 38C, GPU 48C And its a beautiful almost custom PC. If I understood these headers and all my fans and pumps where controlled through the boards software, That would be the cherry on top. I've attached some photos, any help would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DerekAz View Post
    You can connect the AIO to any header you want. The purpose of connecting it to the CPU_FAN header is that if the pump fails you get an warning and\or the PC will shut down. All that AIO connection is doing is reading the pump tach.
    Are you sure about that? On my ROG x470-f gaming there is a w.pump header. Manual says it's at 3 amps, unlike all the other hearders that are just 1 amp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blaQblaQ View Post
    Are you sure about that? On my ROG x470-f gaming there is a w.pump header. Manual says it's at 3 amps, unlike all the other hearders that are just 1 amp.
    Absolutely sure. The instructions in every Corsair AIO I have owned are very clear to use the CPU_FAN header for the pump connection, it's a PC safety/protection issue. I would assume most other AIO manufacturers do also. I've been connecting the AIO pump there without issue for years, they aren't high amp. That 'w.pump' header is designed for separate hand made water cooling systems/loops.

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