Jacob68

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  1. Did you plug it directly into the mobo or use the CM controller?
  2. Your pics doesnt tell much. What mobo brand and model? How did you connect the rgb? Controller? Directly to the mobo with a rgb splitter?
  3. You cant link CM products to Aura by running the CM software. Not going to happen. For Aura to control it there has to be a "physical" connection to a mobo header. Sorry, didnt read your post properly the first time.
  4. I would bypass the controller still. How did you connect to the mobo when not using the controller. What headers, any splitters used etc?
  5. It wont damage your components, but you should have lower temps on idle. What is your cooling setup beyond having the ML240? Case and fan types plus location and intake/exhaust config?
  6. Yes. Thats air bubbles in the system. Try tilting your system in different directions. Some times it can be solved by having the air bubbles situate at the top of the radiator, after which the crackling/bubbling sound will dissapear.
  7. Your fan speed and your pump speed should not be related/affect eachother. I assume you have an issue with the pump. The crackling noise you hear is usually air in the tubes/radiator. That doesnt necessarily means it broken though. System details? Also, can you PWM control your pump by changing the default values in bios from constant max speed to pwm control of the pump?
  8. Ditch the Cooler master software and any controller and hook it directly to the mobo. Im syncing the Masterliquid360 plus 4 Cooler Master 140RGB AP fans with no problems. All goes directly into the mobo without using CM controllers or software.
  9. Okay, not the end of the world, but this behavior suddenly started a few days ago and I cant figure it out Specs and setup, trying to make it brief: Asus rog strix Z390 E-gaming mobo Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R Built a new system 3 weeks ago including the above The led connectors from the fans on the radiator and the pump, goes into the argb led splitter provided with Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R and into the argb header on the mobo. Fans pwr goes via a splitter into a fan header on the mobo Pump pwr to the aio header I have other fans and leds in the build but they use separate headers both for the led and pwr All leds synced and controlled with Asus Aura And heres the "issue" that came out of nowhere: If I set the leds to a non-static behavior. Rainbow, color cycle etc. Shut down the system. Next time on boot everything lights up EXCEPT the leds on the pump. Until I get into Windows, then it lights up. If I do a soft restart the light is on during boot. So only gone during boot after a shutdown. However, if I set the led behavior in Asus Aura to static colors, then the pump will light up during boot. Also after a shutdown. This came out of nowhere. And its not exactly the computer crisis of the century, but its really bogging my mind...especially since the pump led is connected via the same splitter as the radiator fans and they DONT behave like this... Any thoughts?
  10. I have something similar: Specs and setup, trying to make it brief: Asus rog strix Z390 E-gaming mobo Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R Built a new system 3 weeks ago including the above The led connectors from the fans on the radiator and the pump, goes into the argb led splitter provided with Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R and into the argb header on the mobo. Fans pwr goes via a splitter into a fan header on the mobo Pump pwr to the aio header I have other fans and leds in the build but they use separate headers both for the led and pwr All leds synced and controlled with Asus Aura And heres the "issue" that came out of nowhere: If I set the leds to a non-static behavior. Rainbow, color cycle etc. Shut down the system. Next time on boot everything lights up EXCEPT the leds on the pump. Until I get into Windows, then it lights up. If I do a soft restart the light is on during boot. So only gone during boot after a shutdown. However, if I set the led behavior in Asus Aura to static colors, then the pump will light up during boot. Also after a shutdown. This came out of nowhere. And its not exactly the computer crisis of the century, but its really bogging my mind...especially since the pump led is connected via the same splitter as the radiator fans and they DONT behave like this...
  11. Okay, not the end of the world, but this behavior suddenly started a few days ago and I cant figure it out Specs and setup, trying to make it brief: Asus rog strix Z390 E-gaming mobo Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R Built a new system 3 weeks ago including the above The led connectors from the fans on the radiator and the pump, goes into the argb led splitter provided with Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R and into the argb header on the mobo. Fans pwr goes via a splitter into a fan header on the mobo Pump pwr to the aio header I have other fans and leds in the build but they use separate headers both for the led and pwr All leds synced and controlled with Asus Aura And heres the "issue" that came out of nowhere: If I set the leds to a non-static behavior. Rainbow, color cycle etc. Shut down the system. Next time on boot everything lights up EXCEPT the leds on the pump. Until I get into Windows, then it lights up. If I do a soft restart the light is on during boot. So only gone during boot after a shutdown. However, if I set the led behavior in Asus Aura to static colors, then the pump will light up during boot. Also after a shutdown. This came out of nowhere. And its not exactly the computer crisis of the century, but its really bogging my mind...especially since the pump led is connected via the same splitter as the radiator fans and they DONT behave like this... Any thoughts?