Ghoy Posted March 5, 2013 Share Posted March 5, 2013 I have the high pitch pump noise problem with my new H100i and after doing research and reading through this forum I've noticed that the problem are the fan connectors. Temp solution for me is as suggested on this forum to connect the fans to the motherboard but the problem was actually finding more room for two additional connectors on my Sabertooth Z77 motherboard since I'm also using a brand new Corsair 550D case which already comes with 3 pre-installed fans(2 intake , 1 exhaust). On the end I decided to disconnect one of the intake fans in order to get both h100i pump fans connected. Really not a fan of this so I'm probably going to RMA the pump fans so I can actually use the Corsair link without gimping my case air flow. My questions are: 1.) This is my first time doing RMA on any Corsair product, if I put in a request to RMA fans do they expect me to actually send the defected fans to them first or do I do that after receiving the replacements? I assume it's the latter since it would be pretty stupid otherwise. 2.) the pump's 3 pin connector is currently connected to my motherboards CPU_FAN fan 4 pin header, I've noticed however that in the 3 pin connector there's really just one pin? 3.) My motherboard reports that the cpu fan runs at 2200, is that the normal rpm for the H100i pump and can it be changed via motherboard controls like for example I can change the rpm of chassis fans etc... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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