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I did provide individual connection to PSU to sata power but it did not lit the RGB of pump header, so my new theory is it has to do with 3.3volts point in a sata power(5 wires including orange) to 6pin and which I am not able to find anywhere online or at shops, I am curious if people got it working with traditional 4 wire sata power from PSU, what am I missing here? Btw my chipset is msi z370A pro if that has to do with anything, I can see the AIO in my Icue but color changes arent working for pump(its not lighting to begin with) btw The cooling shows that its working properly.
Hi folks! I have been using the H115i cooler for around 8 months on an ASUS X99 Mobo with an i7-6850K CPU. It was an easy installation, all good. Now I am replacing that CPU and Mobo with an ASUS Z370+i7-8700K CPU So I opened the box of bits I had stored, and read that I needed to install the "x1 Intel BackPlate" for LGA 115x which I did, securing it with the LGA 115x/1366 Standoff's. The worry now is that there is a couple of millimeters of up/down play as the threaded locating pins on the backplate that poke through, stand proud of the board. Before I proceed to apply the thermal paste to the new CPU and mount the cooling-header I figured I should check if that is normal? I figured maybe once the top was secured it would tighten up to the board underneath. On the X99 board there is a silver mounting bracket on the top-side that is lacking on the Z370. Not sure if that is by-design. That plate would have eaten up the extra length I think. Or maybe the H115i is not compatible with the Z370 Mainboard I have (Asus Prime Z370-A)?