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post #1871 of 1963
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Originally Posted by seross69 View Post

the corsair fans dont use standard for the PMW signal. I will let It Diva explain more. get the AQ6 just need different fans. sell those and get a different type

Witch PWM fans should i get then ? i didn't open the corsair yet, so maybe i can exchange them by other brand.

Or just exchange them for the RPM type and get the passive cooler to the AQ6 ,maybe easier this way.
Edited by ngzb - 3/11/14 at 6:29am

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post #1872 of 1963
You can do 6 Corsair PWM fans per channel and use any splitter you want, including the Swiftech one.
post #1873 of 1963
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

You can do 6 Corsair PWM fans per channel and use any splitter you want, including the Swiftech one.

Anyone knows how many Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilentPro PL-2 120mm x 25mm Ultra Quiet Fan can I use per channel?

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post #1874 of 1963
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

You can do 6 Corsair PWM fans per channel and use any splitter you want, including the Swiftech one.

Geggeg are you sure about that ? smile.gif
post #1875 of 1963
Yes, from personal experience even biggrin.gif

I have 6 SP120 HPE fans on one splitter and 6 SP120 QE fans on another splitter- each on their own channel on the AQ6.
post #1876 of 1963
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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

Yes, from personal experience even biggrin.gif

I have 6 SP120 HPE fans on one splitter and 6 SP120 QE fans on another splitter- each on their own channel on the AQ6.

Ok then ,if so i'll keep the corsair's biggrin.gifthumb.gif

Now i can order the rads and AQ6 wink.gif

And then some fittings and tube ,and i'm done with the watercooling for the new computer that i'm slowly building inside a 900D biggrin.gif
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Edited by ngzb - 3/11/14 at 5:15pm
post #1877 of 1963
Lucky, i can only run 5 per channel. Adding the 6th makes them all go max speed. mad.gif
post #1878 of 1963
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Lucky, i can only run 5 per channel. Adding the 6th makes them all go max speed. mad.gif

which fans are you using ? that happen with the AQ6 ?
post #1879 of 1963
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Originally Posted by ngzb View Post

which fans are you using ? that happen with the AQ6 ?

Corsair SP120 Performance. Running off the swifttech PWM splitter. All running off AQ6
post #1880 of 1963
Here's a little update on where I'm at with working out the issue the A6 has with the Corsair PWM fans.

If my parts and electronic bits orders get here before the weekend, I hope to have some results posted by Sunday evening.


(From the WC club thread)

This weekend after some testing on the initial PCB I made to work out the issues with the Corsair PWM fans, I thought that I could do better with a more flexible PCB with more testing options, so I revised that PCB, and just in the last few minutes finished etching it and got it ready to drill.

To go along with that, I ordered 4 of the PWM, SP120 2-Packs and the swiftech X8 splitter on Saturday from FCPU, and an assortment of parts from Digikey.

I was, at first, looking at having someone who already had a bunch of the fans do some testing, but without seeing on the scope what's really going on, that's just not a good way to get a verifiable result.

If my results are good, and I can mod the original PCB to the final component version of the new one, I may still do that to get end user feedback.


If I have the problem solved with 8 fans, I'll get 8 more and another splitter.

I think testing 16 on a channel should be enough, since if it still looks right on the scope with 16, then I know it'll do considerably more.

Assuming I get it all working, I can still sell the fans with a PCB in the "buy & sell" section, so I can justify spending the $ that way.

(Mostly I'm a nerd chick and have an OCD need to find answers)

Anyway, . . . .

Here's the new PCB ,top . . . . with the original test unit, lower:






Here's the PCB I'll be using in the Stretch Build to allow one of the Aquaero 6's to control the 3 pairs of PWM D5's:

Getting the Aquaero to work with the PWM D5's was pretty straight forward.





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