[SOLVED] Will this cooler fit in my case

memmeeyee

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The instruction manual will tell you where, but since the motherboard does not appear to have a W_Pump or AIO header, you would most likely use the CPU_FAN or CPU_OPT ones instead.
So put the fan for the H55 in the back with the radiator, ik where to put that since there is a fan in the back, have to see where the put the pump connecter will go, and if i get a kraken g12 for my gpu idk where to plug in the 92mm fan, I can use the CPU_OPT for the pump, but idk where the 92mm fan would go on the g12. What Im really worried about if i switch to liqued cooling is just where these cables are going and if my motherboard has them
 
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Phaaze88

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So put the fan for the H55 in the back with the radiator, ik where to put that since there is a fan in the back, have to see where the put the pump connecter will go, and if i get a kraken g12 for my gpu idk where to plug in the 92mm fan, I can use the CPU_OPT for the pump, but idk where the 92mm fan would go on the g12. What Im really worried about if i switch to liqued cooling is just where these cables are going and if my motherboard has them
That's when you get a splitter cable for your fans, like these:
https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16812162059
 

memmeeyee

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That's when you get a splitter cable for your fans, like these:
https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16812162059
I see, the only question i have remaining is where would I plug in the pump power cable? CPU_FAN is already being used and i dont think there is an aio pump header, so do i need to plug it in to CPU_OPT? Is that good for the pump? Since i think they need constant 12v and to be running a 100% pump speed constantly.
 

memmeeyee

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Wow really? It’ll work the same for any 3-4 pin header? When I did some research it said that the pump would operate totally differently which had me worried. Just hope the aio just works it’s best if I connect it to CPU_Out
 

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