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No update on the LEDs?
 
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Is there any possible way to have say a X60 and X40 in the same system and be able to use the software independently from one another?

I would have the X60 on the CPU and the X40 on a GPU.
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Originally Posted by 1BadCharger View Post

Is there any possible way to have say a X60 and X40 in the same system and be able to use the software independently from one another?

I would have the X60 on the CPU and the X40 on a GPU.

Yes it is. The new version of the software will support more than one Kraken.
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Yes it is. The new version of the software will support more than one Kraken.

Nice! I may yet have some use for the extra Kraken X60 I have collecting dust.
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Yes it is. The new version of the software will support more than one Kraken.

Nice! I may yet have some use for the extra Kraken X60 I have collecting dust.
You should check out the Kraken G10 for the GPU.
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Has anyone used a G10 on a 780 yet?  I have a SC ACX, but thinking the ACX cooler is still better off.

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You should check out the Kraken G10 for the GPU.

Yeah, maybe after I sell my two 760's and get an 880. With two cards I wouldn't be able to attach that water cooler as space between the cards is nonexistent.
post #578 of 620
Hey all smile.gif

this Kraken x60 seem really great <3

4 questions about it :

1/ somebody installed it in Corsair Air 540 ? it's compatible ?

2/ same question with old motherboard P7P55D ( not pro, not deluxe, juste standard edition ), I read some motherboard are incompatible because the slots rams are too close to waterblock !?

3/ with X60, and AIO in general, can let you turn on your computer 24/24 7/7 ?

4/ I need feedback from "old" users of this Kraken X60 : your kit are still ok ? after 1 or 2 years ? pump is still alive ?

Thank you all ! wink.gif
Edited by alecc59 - 3/23/14 at 3:04am
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I've had my X60 since it was released, still working great no issues outside the LED not turning white. For the first 6-12 months it ran 24/7.


Any update on that @NZXT?
 
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I am curious about using the software to control a pair of x40s. I have one on each of my 280x cards and I wanted to put one on my cpu. The issue I am running into is the software is not showing the temps independently, and I can only see one set of fan settings.

The cards are running at different temps, as per gpu-z. They're off by 10c+.

I am not going to add one to the chip if the fan control can't be set independent of the GPUs.

Any advice? I'm running the newest software as of the beginning of this month.

Is there somewhere you enable multiple kraken control?

Preemptive thanks!
Edited by nkresho - 3/27/14 at 9:56am
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