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I have no clue, I sent a PM to shoggy and asked and posted your screenshot, hope you don't mind.. will post a reply once I find out, got me curious myself.
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post #62 of 126
No of course I don't mind, you are doing me a favor, thanks.
post #63 of 126
I've just bought 1 A5 + 2PA's. Cant wait to get everything.

I've figured that i want to control:

2x D5's (1 on each PA)
9x GT-15's (Splitting them into 3 groups of 3 fans - total of 3W per chanel and 9W across the 3)

I'm also adding 4 inline temp sensors, 1 flow meter and a LED.
post #64 of 126
Wow Eggy88, that is going to be one interesting system! Post pictures once you get everything up and running!
post #65 of 126
It will be going in the system that is in my sig (Along with a build log in my sig) will update that log when i get everything. Just waiting on the one of the PA's and the A5.

The D5's will be mounted in the Koolance Dual D5 res.
post #66 of 126
Man, your tri-fire setup is insane.. now, you should get a bigger case (*cough* Elysium *cough*) to fit all your massive future radiators biggrin.gif
post #67 of 126
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Originally Posted by giecsar View Post

Man, your tri-fire setup is insane.. now, you should get a bigger case (*cough* Elysium *cough*) to fit all your massive future radiators biggrin.gif

Nah i'm really happy about my 840, ATM it holds a 360+240+120 all internal, that is in addition to 6 hdd + 1 ssd.
Now i only need to get the rest for the A5 so that i can add the second D5 pump to get the flow under control. If i where to get a new case it would be something like a Case Labs M8 / M10.
post #68 of 126
FYI,
I got six thermal tests done on the passive heatsink and found it's limit:
http://martinsliquidlab.org/2011/12/20/ac-aquaero-5-review-guide-wip/8/

Fan Loading Tests 1-4, Channel 1 Only
aq5-passivehs-4c-sum1.png?w=614

Single D5 Pump Loading Test 5, Channel 1 Only
aq5-passivehs-5b.png?w=614

Double D5 Pump Loading, Channel 1 +4 Only
aq5-passivehs-6b1.png?w=614

It does depend A LOT on how much if any airflow you have over the heatsink, but in a completely passive heatsink test, I found the thermal limit to kick on with a 3 Amp/12V load turned down to 8V, but it handled 1.5Amps fine. I think it's somewhere in the 1.9Amp range total.

It's not a current limit though, it's the heat dissipation/thermal limit that becomes the bottleneck.

Bottom line, get the waterblock or plan on rigging some sort of cooling fan if you want to run > about 1.5 Amp loads total down to lower volts.
Edited by Martinm210 - 12/26/11 at 12:49pm
    
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post #69 of 126
Awesome info there Martin !! thumb.gif

@ Giecsar, got a reply from Shoggy, posted here as it may help others if they like to use it.

Re: what is this USB LCD Page on the information page?
Hello,

this screen shows the data from LCD Hype. You can download the plugin for it here.

Place the plugin into the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\LCDHype\controller (or wherever you have installed it). Go into the settings and activate the aquaero as driver. Create a new script and start it. When the aquaero jumps to the USB LCD page it will display the output from LCD Hype.

Please note that the plugin only supports the GFX mode. An example script to display the time:
Code:
%Graph.Font('FixedSys', 9, 1)%Graph.SetTextArea(0, 0, 255, 63)#Header
  / insert header code here /
#EndHeader

#TextMode
  / insert textmode script code here /
#EndTextMode

#GfxMode
  / insert gfxmode script code here /
  %Graph.SetTextArea(0, 0, 255, 63)
  'Time  -> ' %System.GetDateTime('hh:nn:ss')
  %Graph.Rect(50,20,200,50,1,1) 
#EndGfxMode

Of course you do not have to create everything yourself. There are more than enough scripts and other plugins to visualize almost everything.

kind regards
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post #70 of 126
Great guys. So having 10 GT-15's on the controller alone should go ok. I might end up trowing in a 500rpm 120mm fan to blow some air over the heatsink, this should help quite alot.
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