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Recommended sensor to set case Fan RPM ?


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Hi, I have 3 case fans controlled by ICUE using Commander Pro and not sure if im allowed to say but use another brand 360 AIO

 

When in ICUE to set case fan rpm if i set the sensor to CPU the rpm just jumps about temps spike and drop according to usage, is there anyway I can use the AIO liquid temp to set the case fan speed I dont see the AIO for sensor in ICUE

 

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The three presets are linked to cpu temp and are very reactive. You want off that ride. You won’t be able to use the liquid temp from your other brand AIO. However, there is a way to approximate it and solve the problem.

 

The native sensor choice for the Commander are the 10K thermistor probes that came with it (or any other 10K wire). These can be read with or without the software running. Take one and run it to the rear/exhaust side of your AIO radiator. The exhaust temp from the radiator will mirror coolant temp and provide reliable and steady control to match the AIO fans. You have 4 slots for that and other potential locations are rear exhaust, front intake, or any place you want an assessment of air temperature.

 

Immediate solutions are to use GPU temp or motherboard temp instead of CPU. Performance tab, +, new cooling mode appears. Graph and sensor choice at the bottom. You’ll need to adjust the scale to match your choice. The three presets in the upper right are copies of the Corsair AIO fan curves and are scaled for that.

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