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Guys, I ordered the Aquaero Pro, 1x poweradjust, 1x flow meter, 2x temp sensors and will be running a Swiftech 35x pump. (first a CL case and now Aquaero-see what a bad influence you have on my bank account cpachris? lol.)

My question is are there any instructions/tutorials/set up tips to be found anywhere? (in English)
I don't have any of this yet since I ordered yesterday, and it all may be simple, but from past experience it's often a pain when it comes to adjusting software and hardware to work together.
post #2052 of 3982
Check out Aquacomputer's English forum.

http://forum.aquacomputer.de/weitere-foren/board8-english-forum/

[Edit]
I'm stupid, you already posted there. You'll have to dig or ask for answers for most things.
Edited by Electrocutor - 9/28/12 at 6:13am
post #2053 of 3982
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One of the things not documented well that got me at first...was you have to have Microsoft .net 4.0 framework installed before Aquasuite will run. And you need the full version...not the client version.

1. install .net 4.0 - full
2. install Aquasuite 2012
3. plug in aquaero via usb...and flash firmware
4. plug in poweradjust VIA USB....and flash firmware
5. set aquabus address on poweradjust to 50 (may default there)
6. remove PA2 usb and connect via aquabus

then you can start plugging in sensors and playing. If you want software temp sensors, install Aida64. Before Aquasuite will be able to read the software sensors, you will have to go in the options of Aida and check the box for "write values to DMI" or something like that. then Aquasuite will pick them up as long as Aida64 is running.
post #2054 of 3982
Quote:
Originally Posted by cpachris View Post

One of the things not documented well that got me at first...was you have to have Microsoft .net 4.0 framework installed before Aquasuite will run. And you need the full version...not the client version.
1. install .net 4.0 - full
2. install Aquasuite 2012
3. plug in aquaero via usb...and flash firmware
4. plug in poweradjust VIA USB....and flash firmware
5. set aquabus address on poweradjust to 50 (may default there)
6. remove PA2 usb and connect via aquabus
then you can start plugging in sensors and playing. If you want software temp sensors, install Aida64. Before Aquasuite will be able to read the software sensors, you will have to go in the options of Aida and check the box for "write values to DMI" or something like that. then Aquasuite will pick them up as long as Aida64 is running.


*quickly taking out my notepad and taking notes*biggrin.gif
post #2055 of 3982
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Motherboards are beautiful......














Those with eagle eyes will spot my popped capacitor in the 3rd picture. Had to take off the large Southbridge/LSI heatsink to find it. Lifted right off the board without blowing its top. Still unsure what caused it. Thought I might as well take some pictures while the heatsink was off. This board has SO much stuff on it. Really a beautiful board. Asrock has already issued RMA # for me so I don't think it will take long for me to get a replacement. In the meantime, I have a spare.

I've been slowed over the past 2 weeks, as I've struggled with some raid card issues and then some memory issues. Hope to be back trucking again shortly. In the meantime, I'm going to finish up all the wiring, because I still have a lot of it to do.
post #2056 of 3982
Wow. Those are some beautiful shots of a beautiful board.

I think you should label that post as NSFW... tongue.gif

How is that 24pin coming? Sleeved itself yet?
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How is that 24pin coming? Sleeved itself yet?

Let me go check.....
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I have a spare.


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post #2060 of 3982
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Originally Posted by Electrocutor View Post

Check out Aquacomputer's English forum.
http://forum.aquacomputer.de/weitere-foren/board8-english-forum/
[Edit]
I'm stupid, you already posted there. You'll have to dig or ask for answers for most things.

Quote:
Originally Posted by cpachris View Post

One of the things not documented well that got me at first...was you have to have Microsoft .net 4.0 framework installed before Aquasuite will run. And you need the full version...not the client version.
1. install .net 4.0 - full
2. install Aquasuite 2012
3. plug in aquaero via usb...and flash firmware
4. plug in poweradjust VIA USB....and flash firmware
5. set aquabus address on poweradjust to 50 (may default there)
6. remove PA2 usb and connect via aquabus
then you can start plugging in sensors and playing. If you want software temp sensors, install Aida64. Before Aquasuite will be able to read the software sensors, you will have to go in the options of Aida and check the box for "write values to DMI" or something like that. then Aquasuite will pick them up as long as Aida64 is running.
Thanks. See, I've been looking around and I did not know one bit of that. You would think they would make this a little easier. Oh well, I have net 4 installed for some other programs I use, so at least I'm started off right.
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