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Merged idea

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Fan control from the liquid temp of the AIO Merged

At this moment I´m using my Kraken X53 + a FAN controller to control all the fan from my case. I would really like to control the rpm from my AIO fan by the temp of the liquid and not the CPU temp.

I know that it´s possible but for the pump and not for the fans.

It will be really nice to add this feature in CAM

Regards and thank for listen

  • Carlos Puig
  • Mar 29 2021
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    Shaun Collins commented
    27 May, 2021 10:58pm

    This idea has been merged into CAM-I-51.

  • Carlos Puig commented
    2 Apr, 2021 11:35pm

    Thank for the replay Rostislav. If that is true then I´ll have to use the turn arround that I made to this to work. I connect a temp sensor for external use into my motherboard and the sensor i put it in the exhaust part of the radiator, so the temp that I´m getting are the same as the liquid of my AIO sooo now im controlling my radiator fan via my motherboard and Im using only the Fan controller for the other 3 fan reading my GPU temp.


  • Rostislav Zatolokine commented
    1 Apr, 2021 02:02pm

    It really, that all X-series (I have X63) are lacking the Fan controller, so NZHT is proposes to use their Fan and RGB Controller controlled by CAM, but CAM can not stear fan frequency on behalf of Liquid temperature of their own AIO.

    Have already discussed this topic with NZXT since October with the answer "Not planned". Seems to be artificial block to keep people byuing Z-series.

    Not really fine from customer point of view.

  • Carlos Puig commented
    30 Mar, 2021 10:12pm

    Hi guys.

    I dont know with version of CAM do you have or how you config the ramp of the FAN curve from the liquid but I can´t do it. Look my pic #2 I can config the pump to go with the liquid temp but not for the FAN controller (pic #1)

  • Reda Ilidrissi commented
    30 Mar, 2021 09:14pm

    Same as the previous comment. I have a Kraken X62 and a X42 and both have their fan curve follow the respective AIO's liquid temp.

  • Guest commented
    30 Mar, 2021 09:10pm

    I am curious about this request...

    I have the z63 and have my AIO fan profile set in CAM to liquid temp already, in fact its the only thing that is useable since there is no hysteresis control and AMD Ryzens like to constantly jump 10 degrees and back down every few minutes when the system is idle, using cpu temp just isnt an option unless you want to sit next to fans ramping up and down all day for no reason :(

    Maybe this is just a thing that's missing with the X line though

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