- Jul 7, 2017
It's a 3 pin fan connector. Hook the 2 fans with the y cable to one motherboard header, hook the 3 pin from the pump to the other. Gigabyte boards do both PWM and voltage control, go into the BIOS and change the header with the pump to voltage and you will be able to set a curve for the pump.For those with the Gigabyte board, I have a question from a novice at water cooling...
So I'm sitting here with my case in front of me with just the Alphacool Eisbaer LT and radiator fans left to go to complete my build and I'm befuddled as to how to take the wee three pin female connector (not a four pin sized but with three pins) and tie it in to my extension coming off the radiator fans, which is your standard 4 pin PWM female connection, so I can hook things up to the CPU fan header... One person with the same pump, case, Mobo, and fans said he had a Noctua three way splitter and used that to plug it all in to the CPU header? My Noctua y-splitters don't seem to like that idea.
The Gigabyte board doesn't have a pump header, and this isn't a standard fan header... so wtf do I put it?