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Old 07-19-2019, 01:12 AM
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I have an H150i Pro on the way which I plan to match with an X570 build (either Gigabyte Aorus Master or MSI MEG ACE) in a month or so.

Can [and what] is controllable via motherboard connector & BIOS settings when compared to iCUE software?

I found a thread talking about the H115i being controlled by BIOS, but it was only the fans and not the pump. Is the H150i Pro any different? Which headers would I connect to what for maximum control/monitoring capability without iCUE.

CPU_Fan is the obvious one for the fans which I assume are either DC or PWM controlled.

If the H150i Pro is covered in another thread, please just send me that way (I couldn't find it).

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Only the fans would be controllable via motherboard headers. The pump can only be controlled via software (iCUE/Link).
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Only the fans would be controllable via motherboard headers. The pump can only be controlled via software (iCUE/Link).
Thanks for the heads-up; will the pump just run at max if not controlled by s/w?
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Thanks for the heads-up; will the pump just run at max if not controlled by s/w?
I think the default is balanced but I'm not 100% sure about that. With the PRO coolers, the value reported as RPM on the fan connector is the same as the pump RPM so you can at least see it.
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