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Old 12-16-2016, 12:28 AM
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Default Corsair H115i Fan Speed Fluctuate when Corsair Link is on

Hi Everyone,


I just built my gaming pc and I noticed that whenever the Corsair Link application is enabled, my fan speed fluctuates and the fans don't fluctuate if the application is disabled/closed; Anyone has a fix for this?

For now, I decided to disable the application just so it won't fluctuate because it makes some distracting noise, not too loud though.


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Old 12-16-2016, 05:54 AM
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Sigh.. Post the configuration screen shot.

How do you have the fans configured?

Try changing the group to the H115i temperature.
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How do you have the fans configured?

Try changing the group to the H115i temperature.
Sorry for the very late reply, I just checked this now. Lol.

I just set the H115i Fan group to H115i Temperature; it used to be set at CPU Package. I'll get back to you if ever the fluctuation still happens.

Thank you! :)
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