[SOLVED] Using AIO header for fan?

ashdavid

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Hey All,
Another (maybe stupid) question. I have a ASUS ROG Strix X570-E Gaming ATX Motherboard and it has a CPU_FAN header and a AIO_PUMP header. I was wondering if I could run just a fan and no pump off this header?

The reason for wanting to do this is, I am guessing that the fan speeds that are linked to the CPU temps on the CPU_FAN header are also on the AIO_PUMP header and I was hoping to connect my radiator fan to this header.

Thanks
 
Hey All,
Another (maybe stupid) question. I have a ASUS ROG Strix X570-E Gaming ATX Motherboard and it has a CPU_FAN header and a AIO_PUMP header. I was wondering if I could run just a fan and no pump off this header?

The reason for wanting to do this is, I am guessing that the fan speeds that are linked to the CPU temps on the CPU_FAN header are also on the AIO_PUMP header and I was hoping to connect my radiator fan to this header.

Thanks
Yes you can although you should check in BIOS if AiO_Pump header is adjustable for speed. most of them are not because AiO coolers usually need pumps to run at full speed or have own controller.
 
Hey All,
Another (maybe stupid) question. I have a ASUS ROG Strix X570-E Gaming ATX Motherboard and it has a CPU_FAN header and a AIO_PUMP header. I was wondering if I could run just a fan and no pump off this header?

The reason for wanting to do this is, I am guessing that the fan speeds that are linked to the CPU temps on the CPU_FAN header are also on the AIO_PUMP header and I was hoping to connect my radiator fan to this header.

Thanks
Yes you can although you should check in BIOS if AiO_Pump header is adjustable for speed. most of them are not because AiO coolers usually need pumps to run at full speed or have own controller.
 

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