I had answers from Corsair, soon an update of Corsair Link. ;););)
Support: Criado por: Francois TS (2/1/2017 10:16 AM)
There are some incompatibility issues between CL4 and Kaby Lake. We're working towards fixing it in a coming update. For now, try a fresh installation:
- Please make sure to install all updates for Windows.
- Uninstall the Corsair Link software.
- Run CCleaner: https://www.piriform.com/ccleaner/download
- Restart your computer
- Reinstall Corsair Link.
Got my new Motherboard/CPU/RAM today so started the upgrade.
Using an NZXT 820 I got back in 2012 still. 200mm front intake. 200mm top exhaust. 2x140 mm bottom intake, 2x120 exhaust (via the Corsair h110i v2).
I completed the following setup, and it is working fantastic:
Plugged the h110i pump power into the AIO header.
h110i fans on CPU and CPU-OPT fan headers (4pin)
front 200m on CHA1 (3pin)
2 x 140 bottom on CHA2 (3pin, via a fan splitter)
top 200m on CHA3 (3pin)
Am able to control the pump speed, and all fans as expected with fan xpert 4 in AI Suite (latest vesion on website as of this post). The only thing I am missing is getting the temp of the coolant in the h110i. I don't view this as a problem. This is a much better solution than the Corsair link software, because it's not generating a bunch of CPU load, and because fan xpert allows fan spin up and spin down times. This is a great additional feature so there's not constant fan noise from changing speeds as the CPU temp bounces around.
I went through the auto fan tuning setup and it did a pretty good job, but I did tweak it a little bit based on the temps I was seeing at ambient to have even lower fan speeds, but longer spin down times to provide extra cooling push when temps do creep up.
That is a good news. that you can control the pump speed to 100% on AI SUITE. I am afraid to use it! my first 3 attempts here where a disaster. so you can confirm that you can see the pump manual adjustment to 100% if needed? the last version that I see on the Asus web page is 1,01,56 that is correct? *it is strange that you can control the pump speed there and not on the bios. *Any one seeing these so I can try again the installation.
If I did the OC on the bios, the ai suite will see it also. I do not want to have to remake the pc and bios cause a AI problem! *I could change the corsair H100iV2 to another model that does not software base.
Software is: AISuite3 -ASUS AI Suite 3 V1.01.56 Install Program for Windows 7 32-bit & 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit
I did notice in the bios the options were a little bit different for the AIO Pump than the software, but I didn't spend a lot of time in bios looking.
To test that it controls the pump speed, I had it on the default setup which is 100% pump all the time, and I updated the curve and hit apply, you can see the changes in the graph as it adjusts the pump speed:
The only thing is I can not see the liquid temp.
I can not control the LED on the h100i v2.
I don't care about either of these things, and I was able to keep my USB2 header for front panel connection which is nice. I didn't want to have to run a cable from the pump inside to an outside port either with a regular USB cable as some people have suggested. Fewer cables is better...