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  1. Hi guys, First of all, this is my first topic and I'm fully new on this forum :) sorry in advance if I do something wrong! I've a question related to the AX850 on one stupid information that I do not find on the internet : I would like to buy this power supplies but I also would like to be sure of one thing : if someone inadvertently presses the button 0 RPM during the run of the power supplies (when computer is running), is there any risks for it? Do we have a risk of issue in this case? Thanks guys, Arthessia
  2. Hi, I don't know if this has been posted before or if there is already an answer. So I have a i7 6700K, with the Corsair H80i v2 liquid cooler. I upgraded my motherboard to a MSI z270 gaming M7 (from a MSI z170 gaming m3) very recently and since then my Corsair Link always reads that the H80i v2 fan's sit at 0 rpm. I have read a lot of different websites and many posts suggesting fixing this in the BIOS. Since I know next to nothing about any BIOS, this is quite difficult. As well as my BIOS does have a clear "Disable fan" option. I am using MSI click BIOS 5. Can anyone help me, give me a run down on what I should be doing to fix this? Thank you.
  3. Purely for academic purposes, and fan identification purposes, I am wondering if it is possible to set LL140/LL120 to 0 RPM. I have 3 LL120s cooling an H150i Pro radiator and 3 LL140s as case fans. All hooked into a Commander Pro. I created a performance profile labeled "OFF" with a fixed RPM of 0. When I try to apply that to the fans, they don't spin down to 0 rpm. Wondering if this is even possible, or am I (likely) just doing something wrong? Thanks!
  4. The thread http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=172247 said the 0 rpm fan problem was solved. I think I am getting that issue now, and it causes the fan LEDs to pause and "jump". At random times, the fans disappear from the Corsair Link 4 window. I have 12 Corsair LL140 fans LED connectors connected to 2 Corsair RGB Fan LED Hubs connected to the Corsair Commander Pro. 6 fans power connectors are connected to the Commander Pro. 4 fans power connector are connected to the MB RAD FAN. 2 fans power connectors are connected to Corsair Hydro Series H115i 280mm Liquid CPU Cooler. I have a Corsair Commander Mini connected to the Commander Pro for the LEDs on the Corsair Dominator Airflow Platinum RGB Fan and the LINK DIC on the Corsair HX850i. Everything worked fine before removing the Corsair Lighting Node Pro and installing the Commander Pro. I have a internal USB 2.0 header 4+2 hub connected to the MB internal USB 2.0 header. I have combined a couple of devices that used a single side of the internal USB connector. The Corsair devices I have that I want to control the LEDs with CL4: 12 LL140 Fans Dominator Airflow Platinum RGB Fan Hydro Series H115i 280mm HX850i Note: I had the problem before installing the ASUS AURA software, and uninstalling it did not cure the problem. It started before I installed the MSI MYSTIC software. I have not yet tried removing the Commander Mini to see if that stops it.
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