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  1. I would disregard the pump rpm as long as CPU temperature is fine and the rad's fans stay around 1000rpm under load.
  2. Get someone good with an solder iron! the pin can be removed from the socket and the cable reapplied
  3. Liquid is far more effective while a fan is good for mediocre CPUs in Mediterranean climat/temperatures.
  4. Try this - uninstall RGB+ then make sure to delete (or empty): C:\Program Files (x86)\Tt C:\Users\Administrator\AppData\Roaming\Tt .. once done install the new version and it should load fine..
  5. Yesterday they posted 1.2.52 but it did not fix anything mentioned here
  6. Still waiting for the support to come back with an answer....
  7. It's a geek thing .. 1 computer... 1 cup holder
  8. You can contact support@thermaltake.com directly, IF not already done, and hear whats up. Interestingly your TTRGB ram usage is just half of mine .. I wonder this might be the reason for your CPU drain (maybe page file usage due to low memory?) BTW, I am on an AMD system
  9. okay, contacted 'em and see how it goes... Edit: Another thing I found today - when TTRGB runs on two user accounts concurrently the light-speed doubles even when it's set to normal on both accounts!
  10. After a return from system sleep/hibernate this software stays at default Light Modes (reduced cycle speed) - only restarting this software fixes the issue
  11. Yes, I feel your pain! - I am a 60yo (next March) spent most of my life in IT and still jump into "unknown waters" to find out - meh!
  12. Yes, as far as I know the AIO fans got a few more pins needed by the controller
  13. If the pump would not work there would be smoke! - attached my CPU stress test reaching 40C max
  14. The Pump is (here) to the right - add it (Floe Riing RGB)and it should work. The fans go on port 1/2/3 hence the pump on port 4
  15. Okay thanks, Mike, then starting manually from an standard account is the only option
  16. For me on Win10 RGB's CPU usage is sub 1%
  17. Just return to the version that works for you and, yes, there seems to be a Ryzen problem - as far as I know TT is working on that but I have no details.
  18. The latest software version is 1.2.5 - try that one and delete C:\Users\You\AppData\Roaming\Tt ....after uninstall the old software
  19. The reason I stay away from the admin account? much better (online) security/safety to work as a standard user!
  20. Hello Mike, as long as the temperature is fine PWM is okay with me - no worries Auto-start - see attachment .. it works/loads in admin account but not as standard user - you have to manually start it.
  21. see screenshot! IntelBurnTest and LinpackExtreme running concurrently.. ..and CPU temperature keeps ~40 Celsius while rad fans' speed stays a bit above idle?! This is quite a stark contrast compared to 1.2.4 where fans were ~1500rpm heating up the room in a jiffy BTW, RGB 125 is not auto starting in standard user accounts (Win10) - only admin account is fine! version 124 did not have this problem.
  22. Okay, experiment with that but keep in mind the small space available, at the backside, will heat up significantly (rad vent) The rad's heat dissipation is quite a bit especially under load I would not like to have my hdds in that place... just my thought
  23. Uninstall exactly what? Edit: Okay, found out there is a new version of RGB Plus
  24. Not sure where is your "right of the mobo" position? (front location or above/behind the cage?) I would assume you mean a behind cage mount an that means the cage has to go.. you got a front/top or bottom mount for a rad
  25. Update: Okay, this problem is fixed - just today the support guy told me the standoffs fit in the original mobo backplate only! Hmm, my Gigabyte mobo (990FX) is 5 years old but I had a look in the retail box and, yes, there was another backplate and everything fits nicely now! Okay, begs the question why is there no hint in the installation instructions? This could have saved me 2 weeks hassle with elevated CPU temperatures. Now, properly installed, the LinpackXtreme benchmark's CPU temperature is down to ~50 Celsius (from ~60 Celsius b4) Perhaps there is room for communication improvements - think about it, TT!
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