Hey all, I purchased a Corsair H100i today, to go with my brand spanking new GTX 980 . Anyway, I went to install the cooler, and the fans happened to get in the way of my 8-pin power for the motherboard. Being the novice modder that I am and aspire to be, I ground the frame of the fan down trying to get everything to fit. Now it's all running great, the blades of the fan aren't rubbing on anything and It's all nice and quiet. The problem is that every time I power on the system, I get a CPU fan error, even though both fans are plugged into my 4 pin CPU fan headers. If I go into the bios, then exit without saving changes, everything runs perfectly fine, with both fans spinning. (According to my BIOS, the fans are at roughly 500 RPM. Does anyone know how to fix this issue, without replacing the fan (hopefully without taking it all apart again too, since this all took a couple of hours.) Thanks! Kevin P.S. All hardware/OS will be accurate about ten minutes after I post. I'll be updating it right now, so everyone knows the accurate info on that. BIOS and drivers are all up to date.