H100i gtx cooler fan blinking red

Yeah it"s probably the pump. Plug the pump directly to the PSU and also inspect the temps. Uninstall the corsair connect and also throw it to the trash. Crappy software program lol.

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Alright so my corsair h100i is blinking red, fans are running at complete speed at all times also thought the cpu temp goes down to 32 levels C, and also cpu temps go from 32 degrees C to roughly 46 levels C.

I have no principle what can be wrong? Usb is pluged in but can not see it in corsair attach so idk. Please HELP! 

 

Running on Windows 8.1

 

Thanks in advance!






 

I would imply rebeginning your computer and seeing if it functions then. And then Uninstalling Link then re-installing it.

Corsiar Link has actually many type of worries through Windows 8 and 8.1. I can not also manage my fans or anything after I updated to 8.1. 


I would certainly suggest refounding your computer system and seeing if it works then. And then Uninstalling Link then re-installing it.

Corsiar Link has actually many concerns via Windows 8 and also 8.1. I can not also regulate my fans or anypoint after I updated to 8.1. 


that didnt job-related but temps are gaining right into the low 50s now

its still blinking red additionally still cant see it in corsair link


that didnt work but temps are gaining into the low 50s now

its still blinking red likewise still cant check out it in corsair link


 

Yea, I really can not assist you. Corsair has actually not fixed it. The new upday just made it worse.

Mine is stuck to a yellow light on and also I can"t perform anything. 


It"s weird that your temperatures are climbing through the fans on complete speed. Don"t understand what to do, have actually you tried contacting Corsair around it?


that didnt occupational yet temps are obtaining into the low 50s now

its still blinking red also still cant view it in corsair link


How around uninstalling the corsair connect, throw the installer to the dump, and making use of your motherboard pwm headers to regulate the fans and also plugging in the pump to PSU. Did you try that?


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It"s weird that your temperatures are rising with the fans on full rate. Don"t recognize what to do, have you tried contacting Corsair around it?


How about uninstalling the corsair connect, throw the installer to the dump, and also utilizing your motherboard pwm headers to control the fans and also plugging in the pump to PSU. Did you attempt that?


I have actually unset up corsair attach then re mounted it but I"m not came to about the fan speeds I"m pertained to around why my h100i is flashing red and also my cpu temps.

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Alappropriate so my corsair h100i is blinking red, fans are running at complete speed at all times even assumed the cpu temp goes dvery own to 32 levels C, and also cpu temps go from 32 degrees C to roughly 46 degrees C.


Looking on that, I think you have a problem through the pump. If the fans are at full rate all the moment and also your CPU temps have actually a whopping 14c distinction from min to max, your pump can not be running at complete rate. Are those temps underfill or on full load? Run Intel Burn Test to view of your temps are spiking erratically or not.


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Looking on that, I think you have a difficulty through the pump. If the fans are at full rate all the moment and your CPU temps have a whopping 14c distinction from min to max, your pump could not be running at full speed. Are those temps underfill or on complete load? Run Intel Burn Test to check out of your temps are spiking erratically or not.


It could be that it"s not full connected (or mounted):

 

1. view if the micro-USB cable is totally put right into the cooling head

2. See if the USB header is properly aligned and also put right into the motherboard

 

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1. See if the cooling head itself is properly aligned and tightened; not sidemeans or loose. 


Yeah it"s more than likely the pump. Plug the pump right to the PSU and also examine the temps. Uninstall the corsair link and throw it to the trash. Crappy software application lol.


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Yeah it"s probably the pump. Plug the pump straight to the PSU and examine the temps. Uninstall the corsair attach and throw it to the trash. Crappy software lol.

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Try to plug the pump at the PSU itself and also check if the temps are high. Check if you can hear different noises coming out from the pump. If both of what I said fits, you must most likely RMA your CPU Cooler.


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