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Old 05-04-2012, 10:32 PM
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Default H80 on my MSI P67A-C45

every one please help me, today i instal corsair h80 on my rig (on mobo h80).
but i have problem when i instaled h80. my rig don't start ,and I think that I am one of the cable connecting the corsair H80 to my msi P67, (corsair h80 2 cable 1 pin and 2 pin)
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Old 05-04-2012, 10:59 PM
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everyone help me, I was confused by my H80 installed, my pc until now have not been able to live, the fan also turns on and wb

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Old 05-04-2012, 11:06 PM
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1 pin to CPU fan header
2 pin,molex to 12V PSU molex
Fans should be connected to the pump block 4 pin headers
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Old 05-04-2012, 11:10 PM
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The small plug goes to where you would plug in the CPU fan (Even though your mother board has 4 pins, the small plug goes on it, just line up the tab to the slot on the plug). The big plug goes to the power supply unit (PSU).
Your computer should POST even if you did not plug them in. If you put power to the small plug, you may have damaged something.
Try a different PSU if you have one. If that works, then the other PSU may be bad. If computer still does not work or turn on, then you may have damaged the mother board (MB).

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1 pin to CPU fan header
2 pin,molex to 12V PSU molex
Fans should be connected to the pump block 4 pin headers
yes, I've done it but the computer still can not start, the fan can spin and indicator lights as well wb
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Old 05-04-2012, 11:21 PM
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Also check to make sure all wires are plugged in properly to the mb. Sometimes you can make them loose by accident.
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Check if the 1 pin molex is fixed properly. If the system does not detect a connection in CPU fan header it will think that heat sink fan is absent and will not allow you to start
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Make sure that the 2pin molex connected to your power supply is properly seated. There are cases where one of the pins would slide out from the housing causing the unit not to get powered.
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