twod Posted November 13, 2013 Share Posted November 13, 2013 Hi, My computer was sleeping. I turned it on but my fans didn't turn on. My fans are connected into the Corsair Pump link. So, I turned off my computer and rebooted. my computer would not boot and said that my pump fan wasn't on. I watched my fans turn on, on boot up but a few seconds later they stopped working. So, I took out the 2 fans from the 2 headers on the Pump and connected them directly to the mobo. I turned on the pump, and my system booted and functioned as normal. Also, I checked my temperatures and they seem to be fine. (25-27C) idle. So, the pump is working. Now since I plugged my fans directly into the mobo, the fans are at max fans speed :\ . Also, I am not using Corsair Link because in the past Corsair Link was not compatible with Windows 8. Now, I am not sure if I have to update the Firmware for my pump or do I have to download new corsair link, and if it will work with windows 8. <I'm tired of hearing my fans at max speed /sigh > CPU: 3770k OS: Windows 8 Cooler: Corsair h100i Mobo: Asus Sabertooth z77 Thanks for reading Update: I tried to update the firmware to 1.0.7 but I am getting an error saying that H100i isn't connected..but I have the USB plugged directly into the MOBO. I pushed firmly on the mobo to make sure its in plus I checked the connection the the pump as well it looks connected as well. Note: My two fans are on the FAN_CPU and FAN_OPT because my fans will not turn if I hookup directly to the PUMP headers. I do have latest version of Corsair Link installed with the USB driver. (Corsair Link 2.4.5110) Update2 : I tried all the USB headers (3 of them) on my MOBO and the Corsair Link Still can't detect the H100i. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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