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Why not wait until you have a chance to see how the stainless steel looks in the white case, would suck to do something you can't take back.


D.

That's why I went ahead and got a couple spares! You could just have someone scan your original and print out a new one on a 3d printer. That would probably be a pretty inexpensive option anyhow.
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post #212 of 10729
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Been a longggg day at work today, and just caught up.

It does indeed look like the pump is the issue.

BramSLI1 is the Swiftech rep here on the boards, I'd shoot him a PM.

If you had mentioned that you had lost the tach signal while you still had it on the CPU header, I'd have run you thru checking to see if it was a broken solder connection for the blue wire first.

That would have given you more option to RMA the pump right off before the PWM option.


Hopefully, the Swiftech rep can help out, since it's just the tach signal and it stopped working before the cable mod.


Something else to check on though . . . . .

Take a magnifying glass and a good bright light, and look closely at the blue wire were it's soldered to the PCB, right by that transistor, Q4.

Be sure that it isn't touching anything else, and that the 3 terminals of the transistor seem to be soldered OK.


I had a PWM D5 not long ago that had been fine for a while, and then stopped controlling properly . . . .

Opened it up, and where the green wire soldered to the PCB, it was poorly soldered and touching the diode, D2, or D3, right next to the green wire's solder pad.

In that case, I unsoldered the green wire, trimmed the end and resoldered it and it's been fine ever since.

That's the last possible thing I can think of that's DIY fixable.

If that's not it, PM Bram.


Darlene

OK. It kinda looked like the soldering on the PCB was touching the D4 diode so I trimmed and re soldered the wire again. Hooked everything up, refilled the coolant.. and still the same sadsmiley.gif no RPM signal. I just PMed Bram and hopefully he will know what to do next
post #213 of 10729
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That's why I went ahead and got a couple spares! You could just have someone scan your original and print out a new one on a 3d printer. That would probably be a pretty inexpensive option anyhow.

Those could be pretty damned ugly depending on the quality of the printer though.

I have two. The stock, and the black.
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post #214 of 10729
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The final version of my "Diva 'Dapter" PCB, . . . .

Has some small revisions to use smaller mosfets and position the test points for easier scope probe connection.

The jumpers can select between no pullup for use with Corsair fans, weak pullups and strong pullups for PWM D5's.


Darlene



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Good work Darlene biggrin.gifthumb.gif
post #216 of 10729
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Those could be pretty damned ugly depending on the quality of the printer though.

I have two. The stock, and the black.

If you want my stock stainless faceplate to experiment with or for a spare just let me know I'll place it in a bubble envelope and send it to you, shipping costs 59cents, don't worry about it. biggrin.gif

In fact if you ask around I'm certain you'll find a dozen Aquaero 6 owners who would easily give away their stock faceplate to those who need them, mine will just sit in the box forever so you are welcome to it Skupples.


Darlene could arrange a faceplate free exchange network, hahaha. smile.gif
    
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post #217 of 10729
Haha, good idea MeanBruce. If anyone else has a superfluous stock Aquaero 6 Pro faceplate, I would love to take it off your hands. smile.gif
post #218 of 10729
I recently installed an Aqueros 5 LT with a MPC35X pump. Couple of questions:

The pump is powered by the power supply, and the control is plugged into the 4th channel (PWM) of the Aquaeros. When connected, the fan control works fine, but the pump is reverse. If I raise the power in Aquasuite the RPM's decrease and vice versa. Has anyone else had this issue? Should I just switch the 3/4 wires in the connector?

Also, I bought a poweramp, but I didn't see how to use it with the MPC35X pump.
post #219 of 10729
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

The final version of my "Diva 'Dapter" PCB, . . . .

Has some small revisions to use smaller mosfets and position the test points for easier scope probe connection.

The jumpers can select between no pullup for use with Corsair fans, weak pullups and strong pullups for PWM D5's.


Darlene


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Just a case to put it in "name on it" and into production with it.

Excellent work. biggrin.gif
post #220 of 10729
anyone here have the AquaComputer D5 pump in combination with the Aquaero ?
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