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set the pump "fan speed" to max,  the pump needs 12V which you can only get by setting the fan curve to constant max speed

hello dear people.

so this is kinda embaressing but I need help and coulden't find anything online.

for some time now I've used a Hydro h60 aio cpu water cooler from corsair.

and during this time the computer has made some noise that sounds like the computer tries to read a DVD disk but ffailing.

I now relise when I saw that my CPU was at 80 C deegres not under load that the noise was my CPU melting and it gives me nightmares.

So I was wondering if I did something wrong when I installed it. Pleas help.

The little wire from the pump is connected to the CPU fan on the mb abd in the bios it says that the cpu fan speed is at 0 rpm.

What should I do?

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set the pump "fan speed" to max,  the pump needs 12V which you can only get by setting the fan curve to constant max speed

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3 minutes ago, Tiwaz said:

set the pump "fan speed" to max,  the pump needs 12V which you can only get by setting the fan curve to constant max speed

i suppose this is in the bios, could you guide me?

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9 minutes ago, AlmightyJohn said:

i suppose this is in the bios, could you guide me?

what system you use?

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Just now, Ordinarily_Greater said:

what system you use?

gigabyte but I have the option to switch to the "normal mode"

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Just now, AlmightyJohn said:

gigabyte but I have the option to switch to the "normal mode"

Normal mode? is that like a dual bios utility? or it is like asus EZ tuning wizard?

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3 minutes ago, Ordinarily_Greater said:

Normal mode? is that like a dual bios utility? or it is like asus EZ tuning wizard?

It looks like this so i guess it's a dual bios utilitymaxresdefault.thumb.jpg.308b9c81c60fa27010129e30bd629223.jpg

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1 minute ago, AlmightyJohn said:

It looks like this so i guess it's a dual bios utilitymaxresdefault.thumb.jpg.308b9c81c60fa27010129e30bd629223.jpg

Curious tho is this your real pc or just finding a random image? aside from that you can go to power management

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1 minute ago, Ordinarily_Greater said:

Curious tho is this your real pc or just finding a random image? aside from that you can go to power management

and then 

?

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Just now, AlmightyJohn said:

and then 

?

if there are any cooling options go to there and go configure how much you want to give voltage to the cooler

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Just now, Ordinarily_Greater said:

if there are any cooling options go to there and go configure how much you want to give voltage to the cooler

okey thanks and it's a random image

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Just now, AlmightyJohn said:

okey thanks and it's a random image

oh wow, i knew it it was obvious from the light

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Just now, Ordinarily_Greater said:

oh wow, i knew it it was obvious from the light

lol

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12 minutes ago, AlmightyJohn said:

lol

so what have you changed?

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41 minutes ago, Ordinarily_Greater said:

so what have you changed?

so I go in to advanced voltage control and than CPU. But there is nothing with the name cooling or fan. there is:

CPU VRIN loafline calibration

CPU VRIN External override

CPU Vcore

CPU Grapichs Voltage (VAXG)

CPU Grapichs Voltage offset

CPU Ring voltage

CPU Ring voltage offset

CPU system agent voltage

CPU I/O Analog VOltage

CPU I/O Digital Voltage

 

What should I change. 

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52 minutes ago, AlmightyJohn said:

so I go in to advanced voltage control and than CPU. But there is nothing with the name cooling or fan. there is:

CPU VRIN loafline calibration

CPU VRIN External override

CPU Vcore

CPU Grapichs Voltage (VAXG)

CPU Grapichs Voltage offset

CPU Ring voltage

CPU Ring voltage offset

CPU system agent voltage

CPU I/O Analog VOltage

CPU I/O Digital Voltage

 

What should I change. 

CPU Ring voltage and the offset, check for recommended voltage at the official H60 site

"Make it future proof for some years at least, don't buy "only slightly better" stuff that gets outdated 1 year, that's throwing money away" @pipoawas

 

-Frequencies DON'T represent everything and in many cases that is true (referring to Individual CPU Clocks).

 

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6 hours ago, Ordinarily_Greater said:

CPU Ring voltage and the offset, check for recommended voltage at the official H60 site

there is a button next to the CPU RING voltage, on or off?. also it only goes to 1.800V and the CPU RING voltage offset can't be accest.

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4 hours ago, AlmightyJohn said:

there is a button next to the CPU RING voltage, on or off?. also it only goes to 1.800V and the CPU RING voltage offset can't be accest.

go set it on and set the voltage lower than that

"Make it future proof for some years at least, don't buy "only slightly better" stuff that gets outdated 1 year, that's throwing money away" @pipoawas

 

-Frequencies DON'T represent everything and in many cases that is true (referring to Individual CPU Clocks).

 

Mention me if you want to summon me sooner or later

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My head on 2019 :

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