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Old 09-06-2013, 10:15 PM
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Default HELP Corsair Link shut off my fan?

I installed two fans into my tower today: a Cooler Master 200mm silent fan and a Corsair 120mm fan that comes with the H100i, everything had been running fine up until about an hour later.

My 200mm fan stops running, while the 120mm is still working and my Corsair link software indicates an error of "Memory Voltage out of Recommended Range 0.300v". Is this saying that my PSU does not support the additional fans on top of my current setup?

Intel DZ77GA
3 x 2gb Ram DDR3
Asus GeForce 550ti OC
H100i cooling system

and I have a HAF XB case, so 2 120mm fans pulling air into the radiator, and a 200mm fan at the top of the case, and an additional 120mm fan at the back of the case.

All of this is on a Enermax 500W PSU.

Do I need a new PSU immediately?

How would I go about fixing this? Or turning my fan back on for that matter? Restarting the PC?

My intel desktop utilities shows my Memory Voltage as 0.730v.

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Old 09-09-2013, 02:14 PM
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I am sorry but the fan controller in our coolers will only support the fans that come with the coolers.
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