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Old 10-09-2017, 12:37 PM
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Default CLink Feature Request : Voltage

I'm not sure if the Asetek pump supports this but if it does, it would be a good addition to CLink to monitor the voltage that is being supplied to the cooler. Considering that this is a common issue (see http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=168801) and that the fan settings requirement isn't in the actual printed documentation that comes with the pump, having this appear in CLink, especially with a warning if its too low, would certainly be helpful.
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Unfortunately there's no way for the hardware to report the voltage to the system, it's just not designed to.

That said, it's my understanding (though I could be wrong) that this is basically the last time any of our smart coolers are going to operate without a separate SATA power lead. Trying to get enough juice out of the motherboard header just caused too many issues.
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