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Old 09-03-2018, 01:59 PM
YaHaBoHo YaHaBoHo is offline
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Well I tried and you were right, switching to another SATA power doesn't change a thing. It allowed me to go further though, and to look around without fearing for my CPU.

The pump is not detected at all in BIOS (N/A) but my stock and chassis fans are. After getting to Windows, the H115i is detected in Corsair Link; it can the the fans RPM and water temperature, but the pump shows 0 RPM (see attached).

Like you said it looks a lot like a HW fault... It kinda worries me about the reliability of that model though, and I have half a mind to just ask for a refund or switch to another model. I saw a lot of posts from you around here, do you know if it happens a lot with H115i coolers?
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