So here is the phase where we slowly start assembling a test setup. First we mount the two fans towards the radiator, four screws each.
Once done you need to decide where you'll be positioning your radiator and how the tubing and wiring will be managed. The two fans have connectors you can merge them together with a y-splitter cable that is oncluded and leads towards the cooling block.
You connect the three pin fan connector to the CPU FAN header on the motherboard, and the SATA connector .. well ... obviously to a SATA connector on your PSU. This feeds the entire unit.
So please understanmd that the motherboard is not controlling the PWM fans, but the cooling block has a controller tied to the LINK software for silent, normal and performance mode. Depending on your choice you'll get a cooling performance preference that best suits your needs.
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