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SudsMaker
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I have a new AIO which the pump is showing the lights are working and iCUE shows the liquid and the lights are working.

However, the 3 fans attached to the radiator are all spinning but there is no lighting.

The fans show up in iCue under Cooling with their RPM as expected.

I am using the cables that came with the unit to connect the 3 fans.

What am I missing?

iCue - Hardware Lights shows the pump only.

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42 minutes ago, SudsMaker said:

I have a new AIO which the pump is showing the lights are working and iCUE shows the liquid and the lights are working.

However, the 3 fans attached to the radiator are all spinning but there is no lighting.

The fans show up in iCue under Cooling with their RPM as expected.

I am using the cables that came with the unit to connect the 3 fans.

What am I missing?

iCue - Hardware Lights shows the pump only.

What exact cooler do you have?

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16 hours ago, Corsair Notepad said:

What exact cooler do you have?

My apologies, I have a "Corsair H150i Pro XT 360mm RBG liquid cooler"

Also, I noticed the "tach cable" only has one wire, I assume that is correct...

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The H150i RGB Pro XT cooler only had RGB on the pump and not the fans which would be why they are not lighting up.

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@SudsMaker Since you asked about the cable: Yes, it's correct that it only has one wire since this cable is only meant for reporting the pump RPM to your motherboard so it knows that a CPU cooler is installed and doesn't display a CPU fan error during boot.

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Re the tach cable from the H150i RGB pro XT pump header...What pin on the CPU_FAN header should it be connected to??

I have a CROSSHAIR VIII HERO (WI-FI) board and the 'tach' wire is going to the FAN IN pin on the board.

The BIOS shows the CPU fan @ 4300Rpm...Should it not be connected to the PWM pin on the board??

 

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Its purely a tach reading and is connected to the correct pin. If you want control over the pump speed you must utilize the iCUE software.

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