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I was checking out the settings in Windows 10 and it said that I had a driver problem with one of my parts in my PC, so I troubleshoot and it said that my CPU cooler (H110i GT) is having a driver problem. Should I be worried, if so what should I do cause I've tried to do the troubleshoot but Windows couldn't fix it. I did uninstall the driver in device manager and it fixed it but when I restarted my PC to make sure, the problem came back up again. Then I went into the BIOS and it said my pump is at 0RPM

CPU Temps

Erro in Device Manager

BIOS 0RPM

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Hello,

 

Looks like you're utilizing the CPU_Fan header instead of your PUMP header. If so, the "Pump" reading from your BIOS will be invalid. If you don't have Link 4 installed, you will see this in your device manager. It's not needed, and the cooler can run on its own. If you want this error to go away, you can install C Link 4 or remove the USB cable.

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