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I've been thinking along the same lines for years about fail safe's. That's the thing with the Aquaero 5's, it's not just simply a fan/pump controller. It's an onboard cooling system stand alone micro computer that interfaces real time with the OS, and with the built in mobo/cpu/gpu/rpm/pwm sensors. Not to mention having it's own wide array of available sensors itself. From flow rate, to water temp, to direct contact thermistor sensors, and even water level sensors. The auto shutdown failsafe is just the cherry on top. Imo, it's the pinnacle when it comes to fan control, no question. Plus, if you're running a pwm controlled pump like I am, there is no need for any PowerAdust add-on's. Simply plug the PWM in, and the power from the pump comes direct from the psu while the Aquaero controls it. The optional heatsink at bare minimum is the only accessory absolutely necessary to purchase additional to the the Aquaero 5 LT or Pro models when running PWM pumps. With the XT, it already comes equipped. Long story short: Highly recommended. thumb.gif

found it in AIDA64 biggrin.gif ... my software fail-safe right there! biggrin.gif


it's quite simple in my case and the only prerequisite is having a water pump tacho wire (not all pumps have this) which needs to be connected to the MB fan header and seen by AIDA64 biggrin.gif
... then you can configure alerts like sending email out, shutting the system down, issuing a command, popping a display alert, etc. I tested it with CPU temp sensor and it works biggrin.gif
other way is to tie a shutdown command with a CPU temperature sensor ... but that would be a PITA when benchmarking wink.gif

... now off to configure some more alerts biggrin.gif
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Well good and bad news..I'll be getting a ton of 3770k's to bin and resell for free xD
Lucky me huh?
EDIT: ah the bad news...I suspect my g620 died a glorious death. gonna try changing bios settings via rog connect using a notebook though.

That G620.. Oh well you've got a supply of 3770k's to bench now so you should have fun biggrin.gif
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CLP is supposed to make it stick? I put CLP on the die and between the IHS and waterblock and neither stuck. When I unmounted my block there was no tension and when removing my CPU from the socket the IHS was clearly loose.
Free 3770k's? That's awesome thumb.gif.

CLP is meant to be harder to remove then CLU, I was told that it'd get sligthly better temps but doing so would eventually make the contact removable.
I know that the CLU is easier to remove anyway and it makes sense to use it on the die for me anyway.
 
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yeah, that's a good find, much better than driving from NY to NJ and paying tunnel/bridge tolls to get something cheap from NJ hehe... I believe they charge $12 nowadays for Lincoln Tunnel to NY ... not even mentioning the gas & traffic ... anyways, good luck! biggrin.gif

NYC rapes you on tolls these days it's disgusting. Thank god for EZ Pass so I don't have to feel bad at the moment I'm going through the toll....just at the end of the month rolleyes.gif.
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That G620.. Oh well you've got a supply of 3770k's to bench now so you should have fun biggrin.gif
CLP is meant to be harder to remove then CLU, I was told that it'd get sligthly better temps but doing so would eventually make the contact removable.
I know that the CLU is easier to remove anyway and it makes sense to use it on the die for me anyway.

I know the CLP is harder to remove, I had to basically sand it off. However it didn't cause my IHS to become "soldered" to the cores unfortunately.
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Yeah those 990FXA-UD# Rev 1.0s were not fun to work with. My UD3 Rev 1.1 did decent with my FX-8150 and the two FX-8320's I tried but I sold it to a professional photographer/videographer and built Team America.

No doubt, Rev 1.0 UD's were terrible. I thought about RMA'ing mine, because it has a dead PCI. Dead from the factory even, but they didn't want to do an advanced RMA at all... I can't be w/o my main system for months, so that was a no go for me. My son has it now, and he's happy with it. For me though, it was a big disappointment coming from an Crosshair Formula IV.
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Well good and bad news..I'll be getting a ton of 3770k's to bin and resell for free xD
Lucky me huh?
EDIT: ah the bad news...I suspect my g620 died a glorious death. gonna try changing bios settings via rog connect using a notebook though.

Luuuuucky! Wanna trade a bnib 3570k? biggrin.gif J/k. Sorry about the g620, that always sucks losing one. frown.gif How hard were you pushing it?

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ouch ... my former MB killed 2 chips that I used with, both in same manner degraded the core up to +0.1V within 2-3 weeks ... they were still stable at stock, but the stock VID went up to like 1.30V he he ... all higher clocks were degraded too ...
That is an interesting hardware thingy you mention, I will look it up, but for now I am trying to make my sensors work with something like AIDA64 or maybe SpeedFan or CoreFan or something ... I already have fan controllers and sensors plugged in where I need them and my water pump runs at constant 24V via a voltage controller ... all I need is a piece of software that could issue a command (e.g. "shutdown -s -t 01") when it detects lack of input on CPU FAN header ... still hoping to get it done this way.

That exactly why I RMA'd the board too. I have no confirmation that the board did it (the chip never clocked well at all), but what happened to yours is a mirror image of mine. VID's at 1.31 at stock clocks after a full bios clear. Only thing I changed after that was running it in RAID config so I wouldn't lose my SRT array, and have to rebuild the cache files again. I tried booting at 4.5 just for s**t's and giggles earlier, and even w/ 1.6 V (I figured wth, the replacement will be here in the a.m.), & it's not having any of that. Not even at a 40 multi... biggrin.gif

Oh and biggrin.gif The Aquaero's link with Speedfan/O.H.M./Aida 64, or any other software sensor monitor that you can enable shared memory space with, and write sensor values to WMI. Centech makes a very accurate & cheap digital caliper, but I prefer Fluke for my multimeter. wink.gif


Before anyone asks: No, I don't have any ties to Aquacomputer, I just <3 the product. thumb.giftongue.gif
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I know the CLP is harder to remove, I had to basically sand it off. However it didn't cause my IHS to become "soldered" to the cores unfortunately.


Oh.. That's the impression that I was under. Oh well what's done is done now. I don't think I'll ever be removing the IHS from the CPU. If I do i won't be re-applying the IHS will just be going back on top. tongue.gif
 
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NYC rapes you on tolls these days it's disgusting. Thank god for EZ Pass so I don't have to feel bad at the moment I'm going through the toll....just at the end of the month rolleyes.gif.
I know bro, it's very sad to the point that we as family basically stopped traveling for pleasure with car across the NJ/NY border, it's just ridiculous how much money they want ... and parking in Manhattan efff that ... I once calculated that if I wanted to travel with my car daily to work in NYC (I take a NJTransit bus daily at $140 a month and then walk to work 15 minutes away from Port Authority) I'd need a second job LOL! it would cost around more monthly (gas + tolls + parking in the city) than I pay monthly for apartment rental in northern NJ (that ain't cheap either). it just sucks what they do...

the last cheap bridge to NY is I think Tappan Zee to White Plains area, it still costs like $5 ... but that's quite far away from where all the fun takes place wink.gif
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That exactly why I RMA'd the board too. I have no confirmation that the board did it (the chip never clocked well at all), but what happened to yours is a mirror image of mine. VID's at 1.31 at stock clocks after a full bios clear. Only thing I changed after that was running it in RAID config so I wouldn't lose my SRT array, and have to rebuild the cache files again. I tried booting at 4.5 just for s**t's and giggles earlier, and even w/ 1.6 V (I figured wth, the replacement will be here in the a.m.), & it's not having any of that. Not even at a 40 multi... biggrin.gif
Oh and biggrin.gif The Aquaero's link with Speedfan/O.H.M./Aida 64, or any other software sensor monitor that you can enable shared memory space with, and write sensor values to WMI. Centech makes a very accurate & cheap digital caliper, but I prefer Fluke for my multimeter. wink.gif
Before anyone asks: No, I don't have any ties to Aquacomputer, I just <3 the product. thumb.giftongue.gif
did your board have LOTES CPU socket? mine did and it was faulty like hell (it wasn't even either, cooling block was making poor contact with IHS because of it), it was EVGA z77 FTW board, a big disappointment and utter failure at premium price ... sent it back to manufacturer for a full refund and went with long hated ASUS ... now I love ASUS again LOL! can't say a bad word about my beloved MVE, it even carries the same color theme as z77 ftw did biggrin.gif
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NYC rapes you on tolls these days it's disgusting. Thank god for EZ Pass so I don't have to feel bad at the moment I'm going through the toll....just at the end of the month rolleyes.gif.
I know bro, it's very sad to the point that we as family basically stopped traveling for pleasure with car across the NJ/NY border, it's just ridiculous how much money they want ... and parking in Manhattan efff that ... I once calculated that if I wanted to travel with my car daily to work in NYC (I take a NJTransit bus daily at $140 a month and then walk to work 15 minutes away from Port Authority) I'd need a second job LOL! it would cost around more monthly (gas + tolls + parking in the city) than I pay monthly for apartment rental in northern NJ (that ain't cheap either). it just sucks what they do...

the last cheap bridge to NY is I think Tappan Zee to White Plains area, it still costs like $5 ... but that's quite far away from where all the fun takes place wink.gif

I grew up in White Plains and venture there often...its no NYC but it has its perks wink.gif. You're right though the Tappan Zee is the only reasonable bridge and Im sure that will go up soon too with the renovations.
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The Delid Crew is like a little virus,
almost every post i see about (high) temps,
someone of the crew jumps in, saying delid is the way to go ...lol thumb.gifbiggrin.gif

big thanks to everyone helping me with the 5.2ghz oc, and the vcore difference i noticed yesterday,
not gonna quote everyone, but i read all replies..thanks smile.gif
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Damn largest top cover case labs does is 85mm....

I want to put 2x Nexxos Monsta 86mm 480 rads up there...

And 86mm +25mm for a fan is 111mm.. i asked Jim if he could do a custom 115mm top cover for me..

I want it so only the fans are inside the case..

Also for future i could do.. 25mm fan --> 86mm 480 rad inside and above 86mm rad --> 25 mm fan since the fpi is like 8 on these rads even 172mm of rad 2 fans in push/pull should be enough biggrin.gif
    
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