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Disabling fan speed regulation feature?

Retired
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Hi,

I have a CoolIT ECO A.L.C liquid cooler for my processor. The pump needs constant 12V of power. I suspect the motherboard thinks the pump is a fan, and when the temperature changes in my case, the motherboard changes the voltage sent to the fans, and thus also the pump, to maintain ideal temperature inside the case.

How do I tell my motherboard that the "thing" connected to one of the fan sockets (in my case, chassis fan 3) should always run at maximum, and never be regulated regardless of what the temperature in the case is?

Thanks,
Willard.
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Raja
Level 13
Not sure what header you have the pump connected to but disable Q-Fan control and that should keep the header at full power I think.

-Raja