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Liborio

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    Liborio reacted to Midevil Chaos in Logitech G Pro wireless battery percentage always showing 50% in G Hub   
    I assume you have a dongle? See if you can place it in a different port. Windows will basically reinstall whatever and be like, "oh, you are plugging a new device." Even though it's the same. Maybe that will fix the issue.
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    Liborio reacted to Midevil Chaos in Logitech G Pro wireless battery percentage always showing 50% in G Hub   
    I don't own Logitech peripherals (except a webcam), but I would assume you might have access to drivers and/or firmware? If so, see if you can update those (and the G Hub as well. Also, I know that Logitech has different software for the same things, depending on the region. At least, that has been my experience with them. Double check on a Logitech website in a different region just to make sure you have all the software available to you. I use one over the other for my webcam, because one of them isn't all that great lol). Otherwise, I do wonder if you may have to uninstall and reinstall them. If that still doesn't work, you'll have to contact Logitech to see if they are aware of this issue.


     
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    Liborio reacted to true1hart in Should i run my AIO pump fan at 100%?   
    I see a difference when I have higher pump speeds.  At 50%, Cinebench caused temp to reach 82c.  100% fan speed, the max was 74.5c.
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    Liborio reacted to narrdarr in White cable mod sleeving for Cooler Master ML360R   
    it should fit fine, but you can always email cablemods and ask
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    Liborio reacted to Bombastinator in Should i run my AIO pump fan at 100%?   
    My understanding is water speed makes not a lot of difference to AIOs though it stands to reason that in very high heat situations it might.  It becomes a question of noise and what is best for the pump life wise.  Unless the cpu is a 10900k Running hard overclock I don’t see that possibly happening.
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    Liborio got a reaction from Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    Good point. I might just leave it as normal in this case.
     
    Thanks for all your help.
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    They all work, and make minor differences if any.  Do what you think is best for your own mental health
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    Liborio reacted to Bombastinator in Should i run my AIO pump fan at 100%?   
    Exactly.  I can’t tell.  I had at first assumed he was talking about radiator fans but that AIO has two fans so the singular makes it confusing.  “Pump fan” could mean the spinny bit in the pump that moves the water.  Which would mean talking about the pump rather than the radiator fans.  It’s more properly called an impeller but is technically a type of fan.  The same type used in vacuum cleaners. If he had said “pump fans” it would have meant radiator fans but this could be either.
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    Liborio reacted to SuperStreetFighter in Should i run my AIO pump fan at 100%?   
    what are you talking about here ?     
     
    Are you talking about having the Pump running 100%   or the Radiator Fans going 100%   ?
     
    The pump you can run at 50%, the radiator fans you can run at 50% as well and only crank them up higher when you're gaming..     You can do this manually or simply set temperature curves that adjust the speeds automatically, can be done for both Pump and Radiator Fans.
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    Liborio reacted to Bombastinator in Should i run my AIO pump fan at 100%?   
    I read fan not pump.  you make a point. @Liborio  By” pump fan” do you mean the pump impeller?
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    Liborio reacted to SuperStreetFighter in Should i run my AIO pump fan at 100%?   
    With my last 360 AIO cooler I saw almost no temperature difference running the pump at 50% and at 100%...  I've been using AIO's for years and typically would have the pumps running around 50%, and never had a single failure even with "cheap" AIO units.
     
    Pump speed matters more when it comes to Custom liquid cooling and even then, not by as much as people would think depending on components and size of the loop.
     
     
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    Liborio reacted to Bombastinator in Should i run my AIO pump fan at 100%?   
    There’s usually a ramp setting available.  The cpu has tempature sensors in it and the computer can change the fan speed according to how hot it is.  There are several places this can be done.  The one I happen to be familiar with is bios.  It’s kinda old school.  For that you’ll need to know which port the fans are plugged into.  There are often several options these days though.
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    The bubbling sound is also in most AIO user manuals asking the users to not worry about the sound as it will go away eventually
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    Liborio got a reaction from NZgamer in Should i run my AIO pump fan at 100%?   
    Right, so on the BIOS change it from "full speed", to "normal"?
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    No concerns.  You can turn it back to normal if that gives you peace of mind Doesn't change too much.
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    Less than 10 minutes.  I don't hear anything from mine anymore minutes after I installed mine.  You can help it by tilting the PC case or the tubes so that the air ends up in the radiator and not the pump.  This is typical of all AIO.
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    The bubble sounds will go away after a bit.  It's just trying to push the air bubbles to a part in the loop that won't interfere with normal operation.
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    If it isn't it wouldn't turn on
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    If it's a DC pump then yes, but I am unsure if the Asetek designs are.  Custom watercooling ones are, and the most popular one, the D5 has a PWM version for variable pump speeds.
     
    You can check your BIOS and see what it's running the CPU_OPT header at.  Just set it to full speed and forget about it
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    DC pumps do not like running at anything except 12V full speed..
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    Depends on what you use to control your fans.  Some motherboards have built in fan controls in the BIOS, some have their software in Windows.
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    Liborio reacted to BlueScope819 in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    You can check in your BIOS if it's running at the proper speed, but just set it to change speed based off of CPU temp, and make a custom "fan curve" specifically for it so it doesn't get too loud. Running it at 100% isn't required and can damage the pump over a long period of time.
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    Liborio reacted to Samfisher in Cooler Master ML360R help   
    It doesn't matter which as long as you know which one you did plug it in so you can set your pump speeds accordingly.  Most pumps like running at max.
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    Liborio got a reaction from Haro in 3200mhz vs 3600mhz RAM (or other) best for AMD 3900x?   
    Okay well given it's not necessary, i will probably just leave it considering its safe to.
     
    I really appreciate all your help.
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    Liborio reacted to Haro in 3200mhz vs 3600mhz RAM (or other) best for AMD 3900x?   
    It's not mandatory 
    If you want to you can change it tho it will take some effort and time 
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