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Hello, I am trying to connect my aura sync compatible argb fans and liquid cooler to my aura sync compatible motherboard and I'mhaving some difficulties. My motherboard is a Asus ROG Strix B450-F, my cooler is a MasterLiquid ML240R, and my fans are MasterFan MF120R and I have 3 of them (and planning to get a fourth). All of these fans including the cooler are listed on the Asus website for Aura Sync compatibility. I have the PWM and the three prong ARGB connectors hooked up, but I'm trying to figure out how to connect them to my motherboard as it only has 2, 4 pin 12v RGB headers. I haven't downloaded any software or anything because I'm about to complete the build today. My best set of questions here are: 1) Is the 4 pin connector on the MasterLiquid controller for 12v connection to motherboard 2) Can I chain the 3 Fan Kit MasterFan hub's passthrough to a ARGB port on the MasterLiquid Controller 3) If I do neither of these things will the Master Cooler software be able to find them and will Aura Sync be able to establish the control for them 4) How would I go about hooking them up to the motherboard properly I'm just trying to figure out what I'm doing as this is my first solo PC build as well as being my first ARGB build. Thank you for your time (P.S. the support system for Master Cooler kept giving me "fail" messages. Not sure what's up with that but my products were registered as well as my info being up to date, which is why I'm here. I'm unsure of how to report that to anyone, which is why I'm putting it in this so hopefully the right person will see it and notify the proper people)
Recently I bought a coolermaster ML360 AIO and 3 MF120R Fans to act as additional chassis fans. When the ML360 fans are spinning at above 50% speed it generates a lot of noise it almost sounds like a shaver. I have tried to reseat both the radiator and the fans but they still make that noise. I have tried attaching different numbers of fans and it still makes that noise regardless of position. This video demonstrates the noise the ML360 AIO creates https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED4xVWvUbu8 Afterwards I tried replacing the fans that came with the AIO with the MF120R fans. These performed slightly better but are still quite noisy. They produce a low humming noise that can be heard from across the room and comes and goes whenever they are working above 50% speed. I am not sure if this is normal or not but the humming is very jarring when my fans fluctuate from 50%-70% workload and the noise keeps changing. My old Cooler Master Nepton 240M was never this noisy no matter what speed the fans were on. This video demonstrates the noise the MF120R fans create , you may have to turn up the volume for this one as it is a low humming noise that comes and goes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNDh8rqswbs and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcQW79d4-Kw Are these normal for the fans and the radiator or did I get a bad AIO? Should I look to RMA the AIO as well as the chassis fan?