[SOLVED] AIO Pump & Fans RPM

Ejaay-_-

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Hi everyone,

I wanna ask if this RPM for my AIO pump and the AIOs Fans are normal?




The CPU or CPU_FAN is where I connected my AIOs fans
and the CPU_OPT is where I connected the AIO pump

I'm using Auraflow x 360 and Ryzen 5 3600 (I'm averaging at 37-42degrees)
 

Mr.Spock

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the temps are definitely not critical, RPMs are a bit high for idle but that may be your motherboard fan curve. you can probably keep the pump speed a little closer to constant then the CPU fan should probably max out less
 
Hi everyone,

I wanna ask if this RPM for my AIO pump and the AIOs Fans are normal?




The CPU or CPU_FAN is where I connected my AIOs fans
and the CPU_OPT is where I connected the AIO pump

I'm using Auraflow x 360 and Ryzen 5 3600 (I'm averaging at 37-42degrees)
Pumps should run at (near)full speed even at idle. if your MB has AIO_PUMP header stick pump in there and radiator fans to CPU_FAN. If not, reverse connections you have now.
 

Ejaay-_-

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the temps are definitely not critical, RPMs are a bit high for idle but that may be your motherboard fan curve. you can probably keep the pump speed a little closer to constant then the CPU fan should probably max out less
So should I set a custom fan curve for both ? or should I just maintain this speed?
 

Ejaay-_-

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Pumps should run at (near)full speed even at idle. if your MB has AIO_PUMP header stick pump in there and radiator fans to CPU_FAN. If not, reverse connections you have now.
Unfortunately, I don't have an AIO_PUMP header, I'm stuck between CPU_FAN and CPU_OPT and the rest are SYS_FANs, I followed ID_coolings video instruction about this. Will this affect the lifespan of the AIO if it stays at this speed all the time?
 

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