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CPU Fan Error with AIO

8 minutes ago, IGMM said:

I recently just upgraded my case, cpu cooler and motherboard and case fans. I bought asiahorse seiii fans and they only connect to the hub and power. Since I'm also using them on my Kraken x72 nothing is technically connected for a cpu cooler I get a cpu fan error everytime I boot. How can I fix this?

You should have an option in your BIOS to ignore this warning. Generally its found in the fan configuration sections. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I recently just upgraded my case, cpu cooler and motherboard and case fans. I bought asiahorse seiii fans and they only connect to the hub and power. Since I'm also using them on my Kraken x72 nothing is technically connected for a cpu cooler I get a cpu fan error everytime I boot. How can I fix this?

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8 minutes ago, IGMM said:

I recently just upgraded my case, cpu cooler and motherboard and case fans. I bought asiahorse seiii fans and they only connect to the hub and power. Since I'm also using them on my Kraken x72 nothing is technically connected for a cpu cooler I get a cpu fan error everytime I boot. How can I fix this?

You should have an option in your BIOS to ignore this warning. Generally its found in the fan configuration sections. 


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20 hours ago, Labeled said:

most motherboards have an option to ignore this. What motherboard?

Asus Rog Z390-E

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20 hours ago, Skiiwee29 said:

You should have an option in your BIOS to ignore this warning. Generally its found in the fan configuration sections. 

Okay, thank you! I'll try this now.

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