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Old 03-22-2018, 01:35 AM
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First, the H115i Pro cooler is SATA powered. So it doesn't get its power from the fan header; that's the issue that some folks refer to with the AIO_PUMP header. It does have a fan header that you'll want to plug in to the CPU_FAN header; this will provide a tach signal to the header so you don't get a CPU fan warning from the BIOS on boot.

The AIO headers on the Asus boards are really standard fan headers that are set to 100% by default. You can go into the BIOS and enable Q-Fan control for that header and use it just like any other fan header. Or you can use a splitter on the chassis fan header and power both fans from the single header. The only difference is in control; if you switch around the AIO header, you'll be able to control the fan speeds independently. If you use a splitter, both fans will be controlled together and run at the same speed.
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