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6 hours ago, PcBeExpensive said:

I was jsut wondering if the fradiator needed to be plugged  in somewhere. In this case were do I need to plug in the pump?

Depending on motherboard, some come with an AIO/Pump header. Otherwise, just use the CPU fan header.

With an AIO where do I plug in the actual radiatr. Not the fans. The radiator

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You don't plug in the radiator unless you mean where to mount it, and if so the top mount would be most ideal. The only things that should need to be plugged in is the pump and the fans. What aio are you trying to install?

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I havent decided yet. It will be a 240mm aio. Mostlikely from deepcool.

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I was jsut wondering if the fradiator needed to be plugged  in somewhere. In this case were do I need to plug in the pump?

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6 hours ago, PcBeExpensive said:

I was jsut wondering if the fradiator needed to be plugged  in somewhere. In this case were do I need to plug in the pump?

Depending on motherboard, some come with an AIO/Pump header. Otherwise, just use the CPU fan header.

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6 hours ago, PcBeExpensive said:

I was jsut wondering if the fradiator needed to be plugged  in somewhere. In this case were do I need to plug in the pump?

 

The radiator is just a big hunk of metal fins to dissipate heat.

 

The fans and the pump are the parts that need power. 

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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