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Old 11-08-2018, 02:37 PM
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Default H115i Platinum no 'save to device option'?

Basically title says it all. From what i gather from the internet there should be a 'save to device' button here https://i.imgur.com/w08NNUy.png. Is that no longer an option with the h115i Platinum?
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No it is not, at least at this time. Unknown if that's coming.
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Is the fan save setting automatic like on the H110i?
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Thx for the answer DevBiker. Hope it'll get added in the future.

It does seem to save the fan settings @c-attack. It also has hardware led profiles that get saved. It's just the pump profile that doesnt seem to get remembered.
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Which speed does it default to? The 2400 rpm? Or higher setting near 3000? I don't have one and am still trying to collect information about how it works.
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Which speed does it default to? The 2400 rpm? Or higher setting near 3000? I don't have one and am still trying to collect information about how it works.
It's hard to say because (at least with mine) the CPU fan speed doesn't seem to correlate to the pump speed.

And ... crazily enough ... at least at low load ... the 2400 RPM pump speed is a bit cooler than then 3000 RPM pump speed. I don't understand it but I noticed this just yesterday - so perhaps a bit more testing is in order.
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Mine defaults to 2400 rpm.

Edit. Turns out I didn't test it properly earlier. I probably did a reboot instead of a proper shutdown. The fans don't get saved on the device either. So only the hardware led profiles are saved.

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