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  1. Hallo, gestern habe ich seit einer Woche mal wieder meinen PC gestartet.. Nachdem ich Probleme mit meiner AMD-Graka hatte, habe ich sie gestern durch eine NVIDIA ausgetauscht. Heute morgen viel mir auf dass meine Pumpe der AIO nur noch in einem Effekt leuchtet. Darauf habe ich ICUE geöffnet und gemerkt dass ich weder die Lichteffekte, noch irgendwelche anderen Einstellungen an der Pumpe vornehmen kann. Alle anderen Komponenten wie der RAM, Lightning Node Pro funktionieren problemlos. Kurz gesagt ich kann die Pumpe nicht mehr ansteuern. Firmware und Software ist auf dem neuesten Stand. Jemand eine Idee? EDIT: Wenn ich auf "ICUE-Dienst neu starten" klicke, dann verschwindet die H100i komplett aus der Software. Erst nach einem Systemneustart ist sie wieder da, aber immer noch unansteuerbar. Habe eine Einstellung bei HWINFO vorgenommen und nochmal das USB-Kabel rein und rausgesteckt. Eines der beiden war wohl die Lösung. EDIT: Doch nicht
  2. Hi! I set up my custom loop and filled it, but I might’ve left the fill port closed and did not allow air in. I tried to do a leak test but when I turn on the XD5, it just makes a sound and vibrates. I also have tried tilting the case, but no luck.
  3. Hi, just as the title says, I have multiple instances of pumps in the H80i window of CL4. It disappears for a while if I stop and restart the program from task manager or rebooting the PC. I have tried installing the latest version of CL4 and rolling back to the previous version and it still happens with both versions. On uninstalling CL4 I removed the config settings so each install was fresh and as far as I can tell there are no odd sounds emanating from the pump and temps rarely exceed 60C, corroborated by both CL4 and MSI Afterburner. Any ideas guys? Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi everyone, in the last few days I've been having issues with my liquid cooling system. The Pump rpm value is way too low and hovers 500rpm instead of the usual ~2100. Every time this happens, I need to restart a few times before it goes back to normal. Is there anything I can do before looking for a replacement? I've had my H100i for a bit longer than two years so I can't send it back. Here's a screenshot of CL4: http://i.imgur.com/sOfPUCO.png The rpm has never been this low and the CPU is very hot because of this. Thanks in advance to anyone willing to help. EDIT: Literally seconds after I posted the rpm suddenly went back to normal: http://i.imgur.com/Z8pvTT7.png The one weird thing I noted is that when the pump rpm raised to 2200, so did the fan listed as MB Fan in the Motherboard section.
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