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CPU Fan Required for Liquid Cooling

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am new to the liquid cooling, and I found out my motherboard requires a cpu fan to be plugged in to boot up. However, since there is a waterblock on the cpu, there is no need for the cpu fan, so what should I do?

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IF you do not wish to do any of the above please post the Motherboard you are using as it may be possible to bypass. 

also a quick check, you do have a Fan on the Radiator right ? 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am using a z370 F Asus Board, i7 8700k, and HD120 rgb fans. And I do have fans on the radiator. The damn thing still isn't booting up. Here is a picture of the setup. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? It is annoying me a lot. Thanks


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