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Cooler Master Aquagate Mini R120 Watercooling Kit
Posted by Red Squirrel on May 02nd 2005



The pump comes fitted with a 3-pin connector that can be plugged right into a motherboard fan header. This allows the PC to monitor pump speed just like it would the fan on a heatsink. However, the pump is rated for up to 600 ma (7.2 watts), which is typically above the capacity of some mobo fan headers. I used a 3-pin to 4-pin adapter with a separate tach lead so I could power the pump from a 4-pin Molex connector and still send the tach signal to the mobo to monitor pump operation.

View article at pcper.com



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