Mainly when I'm using it, working with Fan Xpert, changing curve profiles, moving from one fan to another.
Should be no issue with running a fan on a pump header. An electrical load is an electrical load. The only things that would change would be the amount of current going through that header which should have zero effect on tach feedback and control. In most instances the pump header will have zero power going though it as most pumps do not come powered of of a 4 pin header, they instead use a molex connector from the PSU then the only thing that connects to that header is 2 wires for PWM.
So I just upgraded to Windows 10 from 7 and guess what? *AI Suite won't work. I've decided to uninstall and go with hardware control of fans. So sad.*
The problem is with AI Suite 3, you never REALLY uninstall it, do you? *There are pieces of all over my new OS. It seems to even be affecting my BIOS.
So please, how to get rid of this terrible piece of software for good? *Thank you.
It's difficult even with the special ASUS uninstaller tool.
Tried several times and always failed and kept getting pop ups...etc.
You have to go "nuclear", meaning re-installing windows...at least that's what worked for me.
You guys should download "Autoruns" from Microsoft's Tech tools. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902.aspx
It lets you bring up a GUI that shows registry entries, services, etc in a way that's easy to see lingering Asus Ai Suite processes and files. I used the generic uninstall combined with that and was able to cleanly remove Ai Suite 3 on Win 10 Pro and finally reboot like a sane person.
No way am I going back to Ai Suite unless Asus magically creates software that's 10x as stable with their next revision. What a nightmare it was trying to pinpoint Ai Suite 3 as the culprit on my X99-Deluxe II. Soooo many blue screens and epic fails when windows would try to auto-resolve. 😞