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Old 12-07-2012, 08:22 PM
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have you checked the external usb ports that has devices connected to them?i had a mini keyboard that i had to move to another port because it was conflicting and caused alot of intermittent problems
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have you checked the external usb ports that has devices connected to them?i had a mini keyboard that i had to move to another port because it was conflicting and caused alot of intermittent problems
The only things plugged into the external USB ports are a standard keyboard and mouse, no special software. I certainly hope that's not what's causing the conflict. I only have two USB 2.0 ports on this thing, the rest are USB 3.0 and there is nothing at all plugged into them.
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Hi !

I did some tests with my H100i and I found a temporary fix that works for me :

If I plug the stock fans to a cooling node with the FW 1.2.5, the high pitch noise disapears but the grinding noise from the begining comes back.

But if I plug the stock fans on a cooling node with the old firmware 1.1.12, the fans becomes perfectly silent and I can control them with the software.
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Hi !

I did some tests with my H100i and I found a temporary fix that works for me :

If I plug the stock fans to a cooling node with the FW 1.2.5, the high pitch noise disapears but the grinding noise from the begining comes back.

But if I plug the stock fans on a cooling node with the old firmware 1.1.12, the fans becomes perfectly silent and I can control them with the software.
Im having exacly this same issue
Where can i get that firmware, and how do i manage to update it?

http://i.imgur.com/nYYsMda.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/3anlSqD.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/FeSfBrh.png
http://youtu.be/ffB8W6EVyW4
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The firmware Ash_0 posted is for the Cooling Node.

Are your CPU temps fine? The second picture with the CPU_FAN at 578RPM isn't normal. or you plugged a fan in that port.
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Old 06-18-2013, 09:35 AM
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The firmware Ash_0 posted is for the Cooling Node.

Are your CPU temps fine? The second picture with the CPU_FAN at 578RPM isn't normal. or you plugged a fan in that port.
Thats the Corsair pump speed, already send the h100i to Corsair RMA, they sending me a new one, since this is definitely not working good.

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