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Old 06-30-2020, 07:18 PM
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Hi. I just installed my h100i platinum, I want to know if the 4 pin connector of the fans can be connected to the motherboard and the RGB connector of the fan can be connected to the pump as indicated in the instruction manual? since I want to control the speed of the fans with my motherboard
Another question, is there a way to include in the hwinfo64 the pump information that shows the icue? I use rivaturner Statistics server to observe temperatures when I play.

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Yes, you can connect the fans to the motherboard. It's not ideal but it'll work.

And no, you should not use HWInfo to read the pump's readings. It will interfere with iCUE and cause all kinds of havoc.
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