Q: I get 9600 rpm reading in BIOS for the water pump and I not sure if this is normal or inaccurate reading from the pump.
A: Since the MasterLiquid series pump is using new technology, the speed signal is not interpreted correctly by the PC, or that divider is not applied. The correct RPM would need to apply a divider of 3, so the real RPM would be 9600/3=3200 RPM, which is 3000RPM+/- 10%. |