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Oct 24,  · the only way you can install it is if you have space for 2 fans inside that drive bay. the manual will recommend having the fans of the radiator as intake since they will provide the coolest air for the rad. but you will end up blowing warm air into the whole system. it is better to have the radiator as exhaust if you install it at the rear or top. Aug 25,  · Hi v2 Installation I will be building a new setup on a Maximus VIII Hero Alpha with an overclocked ik cooled with an Hi v2. The thing is that I do not intend to use Corsair Link. May 15,  · After removing the driver, reboot the PC and then open up the Corsair Link application. The Hi V2 should start showing up at this point. Install Cooler Again; If the Link is still not picking up your Hi v2 then you should try removing the cooler and installing it again on your system.

 

Corsair h100i v2 install.Hi v2 Installation – The Corsair User Forums

Note: The Hi v2 comes with Intel mounting bracket pre-installed on the pump for quick installation. Page 2 Installing the Intel Backplate LGA • For LGA X installation, slide the backplate pins inside (figure 1). • For LGA installation, slide the backplate pins outside (figure 1). • Install the assembled backplate (figure 2). May 15,  · After removing the driver, reboot the PC and then open up the Corsair Link application. The Hi V2 should start showing up at this point. Install Cooler Again; If the Link is still not picking up your Hi v2 then you should try removing the cooler and installing it again on your system. Nov 18,  · This is from C-Attack commenting on a Hi V2 install “There is nothing special about the AIO_Pump header, other than it is usually set to %/12v by default. It is really just a marketing gimmick on the last two motherboard series. It used to be a CHA_FAN #4, but was renamed.
 
 
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Please take this quick survey to help us improve our forums and community engagement: Survey. Reputation: Hi v2 Installation. The thing is that I do not intend to use Corsair Link. What is the optimal setup for this? After that it will be uninstalled. Would this still give me optimal performance if I do not wish to manually control the fans, or would option 1 be better?

What exactly would the differences be, performance wise, between these two options? Is there a particular preset I should choose, and would that stay put too after uninstalling? And will this remain after uninstalling Corsair Link?

Is the default preset any good? I don’t want my system to be noisy, but I also plan on overclocking a little. G75VW 1. I would like to know the answer to this question too. Did you ever get to a solid setup? I just installed everything and my pump doesn’t seem to be working. Wondering if it’s the setup or if it’s broken. CPU goes to 89 degrees and one pump feels hot while the other is cold.

I don’t think it’s pumping Operating System Win 10 64 bit. I had this thought before I installed mine As long as it is setup correctly and you have the fans set to adjust on the temp of the Hi instead of the CPU temp Originally Posted by LearntheBurrow.

It really doesn’t matter whether Link is active, uninstalled, or other. The more compelling rationale for which header to use is whether or not you use the pump block to drive the radiator fans. Using other case fans on the CPU header doesn’t always work out.

The pump still needs 12v, even without fans. The other option is to connect the fans to pump, even without Link. Without the program, the cooler will run either its default profile and fan speeds or the last known profile if Link has been loaded.

Normally, this is the preferred method. When powered and controlled through the pump, fan speed will be based on the coolant temperature inside the unit. This is the most efficient cooling with the least variable fan speeds. However, without the software you will not have any direct way to control the fans or monitor the coolant temp.

This is not strictly necessary and if you haven’t had a Link cooler before, it is likely you have never controlled the CPU cooler this way. When connected to the board, it will change speed based on CPU temperature, as most coolers do. The only real downside to this is more frequent changes to fan speed than necessary. The fans help remove heat from the water, not cool the CPU directly based on voltage. As a result, CPU temp control always makes the fans run a bit too much or change speed too often.

If you don’t intend to use Link at all, you likely wish to connect the fans directly to the board. I do think everyone should try Link control at some point, but if you are also eager to use AI Suite for fan control, that would be a compelling reason to skip Link for now. Just to say C attack. That is the best response and explanation to this question and how the cooler, fans and monitering should work.

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