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  1. Hi all, I recently replaced an ageing HX650W with a brand new HX750 (80+ Platinum). The former made next to no noise at idle but the latter has a constant loud fan. From what I've read it's supposed to kick in at 40% load which it feels like I shouldn't be hitting, especially since the old PSU was silent. Hopefully you can see my specs attached - I know the R9 390 is an old power-hungry card but is this normal? I've double-checked everything is wired up correctly. Thanks :sunglasse
  2. Howdy, Been using my corsair one i140 (9700K/2080/32GB/480GB M.2 SSD/2TB HDD) for a few years now and I'm here seeking some help/advice on how to resolve this error message/LEDs. When my CPU temp reaches around >50C, the top fan starts to erratically spin very high then stop spinning. Usually when this happens the LEDs on the front of the desk top start flashing red patterns. Looked into the FAQ of what it means, but 'pump failure' or 'driver error' doesn't personally help me much. The LED patterns vary from 1st left blinking red 2nd right, and vice versa which leads me to believe I'm having both errors listed here : https://help.corsair.com/hc/en-us/articles/360025312012-CORSAIR-ONE-LED-Error-Conditions-Auto-Detection-of-Pump-Failure-or-Overheating I've been semi-ignoring this issue since I was able to temporarily bypass the annoyance with setting my fans to 'extreme' on iCUE. While on 'default', this error starts to come up consistently. Since summer is approaching though, I think this could be a thermal issue that I should no longer ignore. My first attempt to fix this was to simply clean out the radiators and the top fan. Opened up the desktop and gave it a good blasting of compressed air. Still came across the error instances though with mild pc usage. My second attempt which I will attempt tomorrow is to see if any cable has gone loose. I don't know what else to try, not extremely savvy with how to trouble shoot this pre built beauty. I can provide more info if needed, hoping I'm not the first to ever experience this. I have not done any sort of exploring in the BIOS or updating any sort of driver. Only updates I have done is through the Corsair Diagnostics app that came pre installed. Really hoping for some assistance. Thanks in advance!
  3. Hello, i have a question regarding this psu, since i have the psu slot on the top i prefer to have the fan always spin even in idle to drain the hot air outside, for this reason i noticed that i can disable the ZERO rpm fan with a button. This is good but the question is, is this setting permament or everytime i swith off and switch on my pc i need to press this button again? I don't want to install link software under windows to control the fan. Thanks you if someone can clarify this point.
  4. So I bought and built my first computer just this week and everything in it works perfectly fine... including the jet engine that came packaged in my H100i RGB Platinum fan ;_;. Exaggerations aside, something is very wrong with either my motherboard fan controller or my H100i for my computer to be running the cpu fan at full speed all the time. My bios, q-fan controller, and link all concur that my cpu fan will only run at ~4000rpm. It genuinely isn't too loud, which makes me think it might not actually be going this fast, but regardless I can't adjust the speed so something is broken. https://imgur.com/vGEGEcA This is pretty concerning since having the fan run perpetually at full speed despite apparently giving it less power means something is very wrong, and I am unable to change it at all. I have bounced between my bios and fan controller 100 times now and after re-calibrating and resetting both a bunch of times, it insists that the minimum speed my cpu fan can go is over 4000rpm. Since I did just build this computer, I have nothing on it I can't do without and am willing to do any drastic methods to try and get my fan to operate correctly, and I would really appreciate if anyone has any ideas.
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