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The Thermaltake Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360 CPU cooler worked before I assume because it was running for quite a while (many months). However, all of the sudden the computer shut down because of CPU overheating, I suspect. If I restart the computer, I can observe in BIOS that the CPU temperature is steadily climbing to 80 degree Celsius and beyond. I dedusted the cooling fans and cooling grid, but this had no effect as it is still overheating within minutes in Idle state. The 3 fans are spinning. If I touch the cooler head on top of the CPU it feels warm. One of the hoses also feels warm/hot, while the other hose stays cold. One side of the hose attachment metal to the grid (dunno what is called, maybe "grid head"?) also gets hot, but the other side and entire grid stays cold. How to troubleshoot the issue? Did the pump stopped working or is there some kind of cloaking in the system?
Hello everyone, hope your day is going well, I just have problem with my build and I need help. This is my first time building a PC. The issue is i can not get the RGB function of the fans or CPU connector to work. The pictures below give you an idea of the issue. I have plugged in every cable to the correct ports and connections. Specs: Intel core i7 7700k ASUS ROG Maximus IX Formula Corsair LPX vengance RAM Thermaltake FLOE Riing RGB TT Premium Thank you in advance!!
Hey gang, i just installed the Riptide 420 kit in a new case, and was wondering if the power for the CPU block should be plugged into the CPU fan, or CPU Optional port on the motherboard. there is also a Water Pump port as well, but I assumed that is if I wanted to plug in the actual pump/reservoir? Or does the CPU block have it's own pump? The motherboard is the Asus Maximus VIII Hero Thanks in advance