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Tommokelly

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  1. UPDATE. So I found so random YT video that sad just shake the radiator about OVER the pump for a bit, to remove any bubbles.. and my temps are sitting pretty at 26 with the top mount.
  2. I should probably add, part of the reason for changing it was because I was getting high GPU temps in RDR2 and was hoping adding 2 140mm fans to the front would help this. Hence also why the top mount.
  3. Ok, so after seeing the GN video on how NOT to mount your AIO radiator, I decided to re-top mount it after buying some new 140mm high pressure fans for the front. Admittedly, everything was running somewhat fine beforehand, but now my PC will hardly boot due to high CPU temps. Everything is plugged in as it should be. I can feel vibration in the pump, I see lights on the pump. All that's changed is the radiator orientation. I probably had the side mount for a couple of years before changing it today. Any ideas?
  4. If I was to buy a splitter (https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1-To-5-4-Pin-PWM-CPU-Fan-HUB-Cooling-Splitter-Adapter-Braided-Power-Cable-40cmVQ/163675027159) like this, would I be able to power the 3 front fans, as well as the back fan? I don't want to overload my mobo obviously.
  5. So the LED_CPU header on the motherboard is a functioning 12v RGB header that will allow me to control the RGB lights on the 3 fans? The part I'm getting confused with is the control bit. The case did come with an RGB splitter, as can be see on the PDF manual attached (page 9). Where does this need to plug into? The SYS_FAN header? Is this everything I need to be able to power and control these fans? WW_CARBIDE_SERIES_SPEC_DELTA_RGB_QSG_revAF.pdf
  6. I've recently bought a Gigabyte b450m ds3h motherboard and a Corsair Carbide Series Spec-Delta RGB case. I'm trying to figure out how I can power and control the 3 RGB fans at the front of the case, as I don't believe the board has a 12v RGB header. There is an LED-CPU header on the mobo but I'm not sure if that's what I need to be going into? If I was to go into this, do I lose the ability to control the speed/colour via software and it has to be done through BIOS? Any help would be appreciated. Cheers.
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