Garadan77 Posted December 12, 2015 Share Posted December 12, 2015 First off I would like to start at what my current PC is using (Just put it together today) CPU - Intel i5-6600k Skylake Motherboard - ASUS Maximus VIII Hero CPU Cooler - Corsair H100i GTX Liquid Cooler GPU - Nvidia GTX 660 Ti RAM - G.Skill Ripjaw V DDR4-2400 (8gb x2) PSU - 550w (upgrading end of January) Case - NZXT Phantom 410 Mid-Tower Okay so....like I have read all over the place, I am still not quite figuring out where exactly to plug the Pump into. I have the 2 fans connected to the water block, and the pump is connected into CPU_Fan header currently. Fans are spinning, Lights are on, it IS working BUT....the RPM reading I am getting is around 800-850 and I am not sure why, I read around that it should be 2000 (give or take) I haven't done much on my PC yet due to this concern, I didn't want to stress it much if the cooler wasn't functioning properly. I do have 3 stock case fans as well; one on the front, back, and side -- Front/Back are connected to the 3-pin to molex for the Fan Controller The side is not connected to that because when I did connect it, the LEDs turned up but fan didn't spin. Side fan is currently connected to CHA_Fan and functioning. In just a few minutes I will try to upload 2 pics of what I currently see via Corsair Link & AI Suite 3 as far as my fans/temps/etc go http://oi66.tinypic.com/672grl.jpg http://oi66.tinypic.com/35miomp.jpg UPDATE: Changed out the pictures for the most recent restart on the PC, so far things have been added to the Corsair Link and the CPU Fan RPM is registering on the AI Suite 3 -- However I still don't know, if that is Fan RPM or Pump RPM (as well as not knowing what RPM range it should be around?) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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