BleuN Posted March 26, 2021 Share Posted March 26, 2021 Hi All, I hope that someone here will be able to steer me in the right direction as I am completely lost here. Recently I decided to upgrade my PC and purchased Corsair H150i as well as a new mobo (MSI Z490 MEG). Out of the box, H150i seemed to be easy to install the only problem I have with the actual installation (I think) is the three-pin cable that comes off the SATA cable. I don't have a three-pin header on my mobo, so I kept on moving it from CPU Fan to System Fan hoping that one of them would be the right one, still not sure where this should be plugged in. At the moment the three-pin cable is connected to the CPU Fan four-pin header. However, as soon as I power on my PC I am getting CPU fan error and the temp rises from 45-50 degrees Celsius up to 100 at which point computers shut down within one minute from starting up. I connected the USB cable to the USB port on my mobo, SATA connection is also plugged in as well as three cables that are connected to the fans. As I am unable to instal Windows due to constant shutdowns, I am monitoring temps via bios. I am new to forums and not sure how to add photos to the posts but I uploaded some photos to my dropbox, link below. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/87wskbcsruv2cyf/AACTNnAYZqdO-gG_qVwqIrHsa?dl=0 Have I done something wrong or the unit is faulty? Any help would be much appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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