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Old 28-01-19, 10:39 AM
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Help - My two fans plugged into my X52 are running at full speed

I just built my first PC and when I turned it on it was super loud. I have a NZXT Kraken X52 with the radiator mounted to the front of a 460x RGB case. I’ve used the cases inbuilt fans to cool it. Only the top two cover the radiator so I plugged them into the cooler power cables that came with it, but I plugged the bottom fan into the motherboard like normal and that one spins slower. Why would my cooler be making my fans spin at max?

Heres a video for noise sample. (Turn volume up )https://youtu.be/E-Mtvyn8zJA

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Old 28-01-19, 10:57 AM
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Have you used cam to set the fans up?

Also some of the CPU headers at the top can be an AIO header and these will be set to default to run at 100%
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Old 28-01-19, 11:34 AM
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Have you used cam to set the fans up?

Also some of the CPU headers at the top can be an AIO header and these will be set to default to run at 100%
I haven’t booted properly yet as my display didn’t appear, but I wanted to focus on the fans before I fixed that because they really bothered me.
Someone told me it was because the x52 only supports 4 pin and my case fans are 3 pin, so I’m going to try plugging the fans connected to the cooler into the motherboard instead. As for the water pump I have that plugged into CPU FAN1
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