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Old 13-03-19, 11:59 AM
FTLN FTLN is offline
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Reccomnedation for iCUE

Hi Corsair, I have had a few failures over the past year on my H115i pump.

It would be good if you can put an alert in iCue software to detect abnormal pump speed. My last pump was running over 3000rpm when I noticed that it failed.
I only noticed because my PC started to randomly crash with WHEA BSOD's when under load.

Now after checking with various sources and on my brand new replacement the pump speed should be around 2850rpm under extreme profile and around 1860rpm under the quiet profile give or take 100rpm, so it would be quite easy for you to implement this alert when the pump is running abnormaly.

Regards, FTLN

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Old 13-03-19, 05:17 PM
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I think they should have a product defect warning for all icue compatible products. Would be very interesting and probably help cut down on user misdiagnosis of issues.
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