Originally Posted by LutinNoir
The BigNG has 4 channels that can charge each analog 20W or 40W PWM. (+ 4 analog temperature sensors and 2 digital sensors)
We can choose which channel PWM or not.
Assign probe a channel or more. (Import temperatures from SpeedFan)
Target temperature. Adjust curves / temperature thresholds to manage the speed of one or more channels.Manual.
If that's not enough, you can add one (or two max) MiniNG, it has two channels of 50W each PWM and 2 probes. I use a water probe controlled my two pumps.
Finally once you transfer your profile configured so the memory of BigNG, so even if you formate, uninstalled the program, ect. You keep all your settings. Even the download for modified.
The BigNG is by far the best, but takes time to adjust
. It is pricey. (There is a plugin for Samurize).
For rads, I have a 2x120 PUSH / PULL at the front, a 1x120PULL.
Then a 2x80 PULL down.
It's great case, my motherboard is a Rampage II ==> E-ATX
Thanks for getting back to me on that. I've read that the PWM control is only through 3-Pin headers though. Is that correct? The Aquaero is really similar in most aspects (Pricey, Takes time to configure but worth it, Expandable) Aquaero has at least one 4-pin PWM header to control pumps though. Also more Temp Sensors + Virtual Sensors to adjust fan speeds based on the difference between a rad's inlet and outlet. Using 3-Pin's for PWM isn't really the same thing. And causes alot of noises. I'm still undecided between the two. I've wasted the last 2 days looking for a controller with more than 1 4-Pin PWM channel and finally come to the realization that there's nothing out there with more than 1 4-Pin PWM header on it except for motherboards.
On another note. When i first got my case i wuz seriously considering a 2 x 80mm rad. IIRC it was the Black Ice GTX. But then I figured a 140 down there would have more surface area (don't know if i'm wrong about that) then i finally decided on a 240 along the bottom 5.25" bay which is why I'm trying to figure out a good fan/cooling controller now cuz it will fit in front of the rad setup. Anyway I gotta get some sleep. Your rig looks sick. Makes me wish i stuck with the 2 x 80mm idea...
Can the T-Balancer integrate a motherboards fan headers into it's setup or can it only control fans connected directly?Edited by kpoeticg - 7/23/13 at 4:07am