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Default Corsair H100i v2 MB Rpm

just got this v2 and setup with link also not using supplied fans and there on a direct 12v connection so the fan controller is not used,question is what is MB FAN Rpm ? i thought that was pump rpm until i seen a separate pump rpm and both change if i set quiet or performance
also the mb Q fan control is off

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The H100iV2 reports a speed to the CPU_FAN header so the BIOS knows the CPU is getting cooled. Without this the BIOS by default warns you that the CPU fan has failed.

Corsair have failed to specify what is actually reported, but AFAIK it's the half the pump speed. When you change the pump speed it also changes.

Good, the H100iV2 needs a constant +12 volts from the CPU_FAN header.
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Ah got it,Thanks for that understand now,been looking this afternoon just on that mb fan rpm even searched here and found nothing pitty info like that is not in the box, yea I disabled that Q fan with that lead is for main power now.
I take it that h100i temp is the water temp as well?
Bit gutted this does not rotate rgb colours as well but can not grumble for a warranty replacement for the H100 at least the pump and pipes look better
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