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Liborio

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  1. Thanks for your response. I have tried this but same thing apprently G hub is very buggy and there are multiple issues around such as this. Guess i just have to put up with it.
  2. Thanks for your response. Unfortunately have ensured it isnt drivers and tried reinstalling Logitech G Hub which is the most current and recommended software for this mouse
  3. As the title suggests, Logitech G Pro wireless battery percentage always showing 50% in G Hub. Anyone know why this is or how i can fix this?
  4. There are a few different ones they have but im not sure which one may or may not fit and at $30 a pop, im not willing to go for a trial and error approach haha. Thanks i might email them.
  5. Hi all, Just wondering if anyone knows of a product (perhaps a comaptible Cable Mod option) that i can use to wrap my Cooler Master ML360R tubes in white? I was looking at the AIO sleeves from Cable Mod but they dont state if its compatible with my AIO and seem to be quite limited. Wondering if anyone has tried or knows what i could go for to get the tubes wrapped in white? Thanks.
  6. Good point. I might just leave it as normal in this case. Thanks for all your help.
  7. @SuperStreetFighter @Bombastinator Hi guys, im talking about the actual pump on my AIO which has a radiatior and 3 fans btw (Cooler Master ML360R). The 3 fans on the raditor are fine and are being controlled by the motherboard at different temps, the setting is called "normal" i.e adjusts itself. Im using CPU_OPT for the pump 3 pin fan connection. Im getting so many mixed answers as to whether i should set it as normal (adjusts as temps change) in the BIOS or full speed (at 100% constantly).
  8. Thanks for your replies. So many different opinions from people on whether to keep it as normal and let the motherboard adjust the fan speed as temps change or to keep it at full speed constantly. So torn.
  9. Right, so on the BIOS change it from "full speed", to "normal"?
  10. Hi, As the title suggests, i want to know whether it is correct to be running my AIO pump 3 pin fan at 100% constantly? I have a Cooler Master ML360R. Thank you.
  11. It has been at full speed for about 30 minutes now and is still making quite loud slushing sounds. Should i be concerned at this point or consider putting it back to "normal"?
  12. Okay so youre saying leave it at 100% and the slushing noise should go away? It is quite loud and literally sounds like water moving around (obviously considering that is probably what is happening). How long do you expect it to do this for before it seems abnormal and to operate quietly (as it does when the fan speed was at "normal" in the BIOS rather than "full speed"?
  13. Okay i see. I have noticed after turning it to full speed constantly, it is making a constant noise of like water slushing around. Is this normal? Should i definitely be leaving it at full speed?
  14. I have set it to full speed and hopefully it's okay. How do i know if its 12V?
  15. So how can i check that is happening? The header is 12V (CPU_OPT) and its running at full speed?
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