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See here for the curves: https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showpost.php?p=1011691&postcount=14&p=1011691&postcount=14

 

General info: https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=188181

 

 

 

Keep in mind each set-up is unique. Any kind of preset is going to try and strike a balance through the center of an average build. A low end pump speed that is just fine for a 1 block, 1 radiator may not be enough for a triple rad/2 block with lots of turns. Same thing on temperature response. You will quite a different experience in 17C room vs a 28C room. Regardless of that, if you are running a high overclock on your CPU or interested in keeping the GPU from continuously downclocking, letting the coolant temp get to 40C may not keep you below your hardware temp limit.

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Fan-freaking-tastic. Your points are well-noted. I've got 1x280, 1x240, and 1x120 and at "idle" temps the fans turn on for a few seconds, then turn off, then repeat. So I was wondering what coolant temp was trigger. To your points, it's not exact to my setup, but it is pretty close. I'm comfortable playing with the curves now. Thanks a lot.
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Yeah, that's my thing about zero fan modes. The turn on from the off state can be more distracting than having them already on at low baseline level. I prefer fans at bare minimum vs off and at least that keeps some air circulating both for the radiator and in the case for multi-radiator set-ups.
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