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    Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    This pump is powered by sata but also has a 3pin connector with one wire (speed control), the fan has 3pin 3 wires. I cannot find any reference of where to connect this to. Any ideas?

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    Re: Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    Hey,

    Great cooler! Got myself one last month

    The instructions are just about the worst I've ever seen with a piece of computer hardware unfortunately.

    The 3-pin connector with one wire can be connected to a motherboard fan header to give a pump speed readout. Many motherboards include an additional CPU fan header for aftermarket coolers. My Gigabyte motherboard calls it CPU_OPT and it was located near the CPU_FAN header.

    ( Another undocumented piece of info about the pump. The blue Antec LED light flashes if the liquid gets above 65c. Useful to know )

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    Re: Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    Thanks bud. I plugged that to a nzxt fan controller. I tried it out today and while gaming I saw the pump light going off and back on... strait away I thought there was an issue, maybe PSU failing to supply enough power or pump failing. Thanks to you I can stop stressing about it and carry on gaming.
    Antec should really supply more information with their products.
    Again, many thanks.

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    Re: Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    Under normal operation the Antec light should stay on. I'd check the SATA power cable is properly connected to the pump and the radiator is getting enough airflow to cool the liquid inside the cooler down, 65c+ is too hot.

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    Re: Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    That's a nice AIO cooler. How does it compare to the Corsair H80i V2?

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    Re: Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    Oh haha. This was posted in the Corsair section of the forums! Didn't notice myself as I just hit the "New posts" button when I login.
    Maybe a mod can move this thread for RARS?

    Never tried any of the Corsair coolers, (had PSUs, memory and just about everything else over the years though!)

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    Re: Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    LOL i was really hoping for you guys not to catch that, but I guess its too late for that

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    Re: Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    It is in the Corsair section, my apologies.

    Quote Originally Posted by Firejack View Post
    Under normal operation the Antec light should stay on. I'd check the SATA power cable is properly connected to the pump and the radiator is getting enough airflow to cool the liquid inside the cooler down, 65c+ is too hot.
    I am currently running my system on a old modded mid atx case, it , it wasn't built for watercooling. will look into upgrading that.


    Last edited by RARS; 15-04-2016 at 01:03 PM. Reason: Adding image

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    Re: Antec kuhler H600 pro question.

    Quote Originally Posted by RARS View Post
    It is in the Corsair section, my apologies.
    No worries

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