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Old 02-18-2013, 08:29 PM
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Angry H70 Core Power-Related Problems

After installing my H70 Core with two $6 fans, I booted up the computer. It didn't blow up. The temperatures were actually much cooler than before, which is good. But the keyboard and mouse stopped working. After unplugging everything but the HDMI cable to the 660, the kb+mouse, the mouse wouldn't work still. I switched ports and both worked. But I think the H70 may be using too much power and causing system malfunctions. The instructions do not say how much power the pump uses, and neither does your website. I searched, but nobody said anything about the power consumption of your cooler. Is that the reason of my serious problems?

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Old 02-19-2013, 05:49 AM
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The H70 should not affect the USB ports. Apart from the keyboard and mouse issue which was later resolved, did you experience any other issues?
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