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Old 09-16-2018, 12:43 PM
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Default H110i GT pump max speed

This may sound a bit silly, but i suppose its better safe than sorry....

been tackling around with corsair link, and since i did some recent overclocking i've been using it on performance mode 24/7, except that i noticed that the pump speed can also be changed, it always ran at 2350 rpm, i thought this was a fixed value, but realized it has 2 modes, quiet and performance, so, would it be fine to run it at max RPM wich is about 2750 all the time? even if i put the fans on low RPM but leave the pump at max?
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This may sound a bit silly, but i suppose its better safe than sorry....

been tackling around with corsair link, and since i did some recent overclocking i've been using it on performance mode 24/7, except that i noticed that the pump speed can also be changed, it always ran at 2350 rpm, i thought this was a fixed value, but realized it has 2 modes, quiet and performance, so, would it be fine to run it at max RPM wich is about 2750 all the time? even if i put the fans on low RPM but leave the pump at max?
You can, certainly, but it's highly unlikely that it'll make any difference in performance at all.
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