Is there software for the ARCTIC II 360mm?  


  1. Posts : 523
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    Is there software for the ARCTIC II 360mm?


    I've always used Corsair AIO's so this is new to me. I did try to google but I can't seem to find anything. This was a refurbished unit that had all the hardware but not a single shred of paperwork.

    Is there a way to control the pump speed?
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    gettheclicker said:
    I've always used Corsair AIO's so this is new to me. I did try to google but I can't seem to find anything. This was a refurbished unit that had all the hardware but not a single shred of paperwork.

    Is there a way to control the pump speed?
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  3. Posts : 523
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    Like I said, no mention of software. In the video he installs it and sets fan speeds. No mention of the pump or pump fan specifically.
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    I just use my BIOS for my Arctic cooler. They dont have software. My cooler is not RGB I use my ASUS software to control all my RGB using headers on MB and case. Works great and syncs them all, even my GPU. Just looked the 360 uses either your MB or a controller for RGB
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    I'm using the Aorus APP Center with my fans set to performance. While in advanced mode I can see where my fans are plugged in and set the speed but not the pump.

    I didn't get the RGB model and I chose not to use the included Arctic fans. I used another set so the only thing powered is the pump.

    I plugged in the pump to "System 8 Pump" on the motherboard. Unless that's the wrong location?Is there software for the ARCTIC II 360mm?-untitled.png
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    Should work, I run the pump max. Haven't used a gb board so can't assist there. Others will chime in
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  7. Posts : 523
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    That's what I'm trying to accomplish.
    I mean it runs "ok", better than the 5 or 6yr old Corsair H150i Pro I was using. Games were hitting 90c after 30 mins, now sit at 80c, and the idle temp is 4c cooler as well.
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  8. Posts : 16,541
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    Improvement, good news did you get the standoff thingy solar mentioned?
    Last edited by Dude; 04 Mar 2023 at 20:23.
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  9. Posts : 523
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    Standoffs? I did not see any mention of those.
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  10. Posts : 16,541
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    That was for the CPU thread. I am thinking about another thread, apologies for the confusion
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