JOS

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  1. Thanks for the responses and apologies for my delay in replying. As you indicate, the pump has to run always at max RPM so I will connect it to the PSU. If I set an alarm for the CPU temperature I should be able to find out if the pump has stopped running. It's my only option as the pump power consumption exceeds what the MOBO headers can support. Issue solved
  2. The instruction booklet indicates to connect the pump and the fans to two separate connectors on the motherboard. My MOBO just has one and I wouldn't like to combine them into one as I may exceed the MOBO allowable current for that connector which is 1A (12W). I'm thinking to connect the pump directly to the PSU 12V supply and the fans to the CPU FAN connector. Thus the pump will be running always at max speed. Is this correct? Additionally the cooler fans have speed control switches and there is no indication in to which setting to use. Please advise. It would be nice for CoolerMaster to provide this information in the installation instructions so we don't need to go fishing for it.
  3. Thank you for your prompt reply. It seems it should be fine. I saw your picture of the Corsair which has very similar dimensions. I also measured the area in the case and it should fit. Thanks again!
  4. I'm looking for a double fan liquid cooler as the Intel cooling solution I have is not enough. I'm looking at the MasterLiquid Pro 240 but I need to know if it will fit in my HAF922 case. Please advise