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Is there any software that I can use to control the fan/pump speed? As I understand it, it is either fan or pump speed that I can control not both?

Is an Aquacomputer Aquaero 6 Pro able to control the PWM pump and fans?
if you have two seperate pwm headers you can do this without anything extra simply control the pump from the cpu fan header and the fans from the other...(via bios out a program like speedfan) someone here posted on ocn posted a how to fit setting up speedfan...if you don't have two true pwm headers...the aquero has separate channels so yes should work fine...really any true pwm controller should work here
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if you have two seperate pwm headers you can do this without anything extra simply control the pump from the cpu fan header and the fans from the other...(via bios out a program like speedfan) someone here posted on ocn posted a how to fit setting up speedfan...if you don't have two true pwm headers...the aquero has separate channels so yes should work fine...really any true pwm controller should work here
Ok, thanks for that. Swiftech seem to strongly advise against plugging the pump into your motherboard even if it is PWM (as mine is). I have used Speedfan for more years than I can to remember but I've never got it to control any fans plugged in, any chance you can point me to the post on how to set this up?
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Ok, thanks for that. Swiftech seem to strongly advise against plugging the pump into your motherboard even if it is PWM (as mine is). I have used Speedfan for more years than I can to remember but I've never got it to control any fans plugged in, any chance you can point me to the post on how to set this up?
I couldn't seem to find the post I mentioned it's buried somewhere here but this link should help you and might be a good read on speedfan

https://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.silentpcreview.com/SpeedFan&sa=U&ved=0CCYQFjADahUKEwj40PvAqNbIAhWB1YAKHetFDqM&usg=AFQjCNEOcaDN_qvn4sLD1F_F1jhZjK_vQg
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After finally being able to test out my CPU with a H240x I finally got some real thermal results that seem a bit odd. I have the pump and fans running at the lowest, but yesterday I was playing Warhammer: End Times: Vermintide, and I noticed my CPU was hitting 70c at some points. Most games dont usually push it this hard, but it was only running around 60% usage. Should I try reseating the cooler, an RMA, or is this pretty standard temp?

CPU: 4790k Stock OC ( >1 Year old)
Mobo: Maximus Hero Vi
Cooler: H240x (>6 Months Old)
post #17365 of 20827
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After finally being able to test out my CPU with a H240x I finally got some real thermal results that seem a bit odd. I have the pump and fans running at the lowest, but yesterday I was playing Warhammer: End Times: Vermintide, and I noticed my CPU was hitting 70c at some points. Most games dont usually push it this hard, but it was only running around 60% usage. Should I try reseating the cooler, an RMA, or is this pretty standard temp?

CPU: 4790k Stock OC ( >1 Year old)
Mobo: Maximus Hero Vi
Cooler: H240x (>6 Months Old)

These aren't normal temps, especially with your CPU on stock volts and H240X.
Are your pump and fans connected to PWM control ? If you run them with voltage control at the lowest speed you'll get hot temps for sure...
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I have them plugged into a 4 pin fan header, but it seems to be operating at the normal RPM. The lowest it will go down to is around 1200 RPM with my current configuration. The temps I have now are about the same as the temps I had using a Corsair H80. I upgraded to the H240 so I could run the system quieter, and potentially overclock in the future.
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Ok, thanks for that. Swiftech seem to strongly advise against plugging the pump into your motherboard even if it is PWM (as mine is). I have used Speedfan for more years than I can to remember but I've never got it to control any fans plugged in, any chance you can point me to the post on how to set this up?
As long as the header is PWM mode, you should be fine. Otherwise, voltage control will overload and kill the control modal of any PWM unit.
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post #17368 of 20827
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I have them plugged into a 4 pin fan header, but it seems to be operating at the normal RPM. The lowest it will go down to is around 1200 RPM with my current configuration. The temps I have now are about the same as the temps I had using a Corsair H80. I upgraded to the H240 so I could run the system quieter, and potentially overclock in the future.
Have you check the thermal past pain on the CPU and block to make sure you have a good contact. Make sure you pull off the protector on the block base.
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The PWM on the pump has a range of (0% = 1200RPM) - (1000% = 3000RPM) but my curve will only bring it to like 2000 MAX when the CPU is getting hot. I feel like I should be getting better cooling, but cant find where the problem is.

I haven't really checked to make sure it was good contact. I don't really know how to do that without removing the block, and that would kind of defeat the purpose since I would need to remount it anyways right? I could just remount it and hope that the temps go down though. Thermal paste I use is M7 something, definitely started with an M and I did research to make sure it was high quality, but it was a while ago and if there was thermal paste on the block I MIGHT have just installed it with the stock stuff. I assume if I didn't have the plastic piece off the block the temps would be a lot higher than they are now, but I am sure I removed it.
Edited by casper5632 - 10/22/15 at 9:31am
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The PWM on the pump has a range of (0% = 1200RPM) - (1000% = 3000RPM) but my curve will only bring it to like 2000 MAX when the CPU is getting hot. I feel like I should be getting better cooling, but cant find where the problem is.
How do you connect thepump?
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