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  1. Bill Lee

    Pump stopped working

    The cooler has been working fine for almost three years. It stopped working briefly, once, a long time ago—I tapped on it the pump and it seemed to be back to normal—until last night. The pump seems to have stopped working, permanently. The blue LED is still lit, but the BIOS reports 0 RPM on my Gigabyte motherboard, the radiator fan is on, high ( > 2300RPM), and my CPU temp quickly runs past 91º+. It is only a matter of minutes before Windows shuts down with a critical error. I'm running an i7-4770K (not currently accelerated). What could have triggered this? Is there anything I can do to fix it?
  2. My ROG MAXIMUS X HERO mother board has 3 ports: AIO PUMP, CPU OPT, AND CPU FAN. The CPU OPT and CPU FAN have the same pin out configurations I know the pump connect goes into the AIO PUMP port. My question is can I plug one fan into the CUP OPT and one fan into the CPU FAN and not use the splitter? Will that mess up the fan control balance between the two? Do I have to do anything in the fan control bios software to keep them in sync or does it matter? Or Must I use the splitter and just the fan port? Thank you, Bill
  3. Hello you cooler fellas and gals, this would be my first post and in good tradition it comes with a question attached. So lets hope you guys can answer or point in right direction, (no, not the exit door ) So I have a Asus TUF Mark 1, this motherboard has a 1x dedicated pump 4 pin header and the 2x 4pin CPU fans Now it would be my hope, that I could connect the MasterLiquid Pro 240 pump to this dedicated pump header and the fans to the 4 pin fans CPU1 and CPU2. Would that be a feasible and acceptable setup? ill admit Im not familiar with the MasterLiquid Pro 240 or liquid cooling in general, but much research has been done on this lately. Ive read the manuals and searched around but maybe Ive missed something. Im replacing a Corsair Hydro H100i V2 with this MasterLiquid Pro 240, Corsair has gone on the naughty list, and wont even get a piece of coal, but will definitely get the boot... soon. So here is hoping.
  4. Brennon Baxter

    Glacer ver.2 Flow Direction?

    HI all, I just picked up the Glacer and i want to expand it to my Asus Maximus VII formula. I was curious if anybody had a flow diagram so the Res/Rad will feed the pump and not my VRM cooler first?
  5. midnite

    Nepton 280L vs Nepton 240M

    Which is better? Nepton 280L or Nepton 240M? In many reviews, Nepton 280L cooling performance is a bit better than Nepton 240M. However Nepton 240M is amazingly quiet. (Cooling performance is my main concern.) I would like to ask, if the pump of Nepton 240M is the same one as Nepton 280L? Or which one is more powerful? I am wondering if I choose Nepton 280L, and replace it with another quiet and powerful fan, will I get the best performance with the quietest system? Thanks for any inputs.