AIO Water Cooling pump connected to fan controller? Tags: Water Cooling Corsair Components Fan Controller Last response: August 28, 2013 5:35 PM in Components Share Leamon August 28, 2013 5:14:35 PM Hi, Just wondering, can I hook up my Corsair H110's pump to a fan controller safely? Or must it be connected to the CPU header? Can I run it on 100% speed? Thanks so much! More about : aio water cooling pump connected fan controller Reply to Leamon nukemaster August 28, 2013 5:35:16 PM It is not recommended. many fan controllers even at max do not get to a full 12 volts and sometimes they are pulsing the power. If you do not want to connect it to your board use a molex to 3 pin connector. This is not to say that some users have not done it to slow the pump a bit. Reply to nukemaster Ask the community Post an answer Related resources: ForumSolvedAIO water cooling options ForumSolvedBEST AIO WATER COOLING KIT FOR MY CPU i5-3570k ForumSolvedFan Setup for AIO Liquid Cooling ForumSolvedI want to build my first custom water cooling loop. Just a little bit confused on where you mount the pump in the case. ForumSolvedWater cooling pump ForumCustom loop water cooling and AIO DIY closed looping ForumSolvedwater cooling pump Forumwhich pump for water cooling ForumSolvedNeed help trouble shooting water cooling pump ForumWater Cooling - Danger Den Pump, Reservoir and Radiator For Sale ForumWater Cooling Pump(s) selection ForumWater cooling pump. ForumCM Storm Trooper & Corsair H110 - Do I need water block, tubing, pump, reservoir, radiator, fan and coolant??? ForumSolvedWater Cooling radiator fan placement ForumPump and Radiator for water cooling? ForumAC Water Cooling Pump EMI ForumBilge pump water cooling ForumSolvedWill manually reducing water cooling fan speed damage the cooling system? ForumWater Cooling Suggestions (Pump and Res Needed) ForumFS: Reservoirs/Pump Mod Kits/Fan Controller/Fan/Light & Mis More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !