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post #351 of 10733
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Originally Posted by avielcs View Post

Got it, wher should i put them?
On the fans or between the rad and fan?

Between fan and rad. Just the tip of the sensor needs to be in the air stream. You can see the sensors in this pic, right end of rad.


Here are the temps I see with a 240 and a 120 rad, 9590@5.1, EK blocks on cpu, mosfets and gpu (280X) full load with p95 and FM.



I've swapped the 120 rad for a 360 and hope to see even lower temps when I'm finished.
post #352 of 10733
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Originally Posted by madcratebuilder View Post

Between fan and rad. Just the tip of the sensor needs to be in the air stream. You can see the sensors in this pic, right end of rad. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Here are the temps I see with a 240 and a 120 rad, 9590@5.1, EK blocks on cpu, mosfets and gpu (280X) full load with p95 and FM.

I've swapped the 120 rad for a 360 and hope to see even lower temps when I'm finished.



How do you get the power measurement1 ?
     
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I found putting the sensors too close to the rad can cause it to be affected by radiant heat. My air sensors are in front of the fans and that section is fully sealed off from the case with neoprene so no air can recirculate back to the sensor. If you graph the ambient or air in temp and it rises with load then it is being affected. Mine stays perfectly flat as load increases.
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post #354 of 10733
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How do you get the power measurement1 ?

You need to have temp sensors on the rad for coolant IN and coolant OUT, plus ambient air temp. I use the rad fan IN temp. This gives you a approximate wattage of heat energy removed.

Use the temp sensor offsets to get all the sensors reading the same temp. I'll leave the case open overnight with a small fan circulating air in the case. Before you power up use the AQ6 panel to look at all the temp sensor reading (AQ6 is always on from the usb power feed), record the differences and then adjust in the offset column. Of 6 sensors, 5 had a +/- of .5C or less, 1 was 1.2C off. You can also use a DVM to measure the Ohm resistance of each sensor, the target is 10k ohm.
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For power measurement you need two temp sensors and a flow sensor. The Aquaero calculates the heat energy generated or lost by comparing the temp change and flow rate.
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post #356 of 10733
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You need to have temp sensors on the rad for coolant IN and coolant OUT, plus ambient air temp. I use the rad fan IN temp. This gives you a approximate wattage of heat energy removed.

Use the temp sensor offsets to get all the sensors reading the same temp. I'll leave the case open overnight with a small fan circulating air in the case. Before you power up use the AQ6 panel to look at all the temp sensor reading (AQ6 is always on from the usb power feed), record the differences and then adjust in the offset column. Of 6 sensors, 5 had a +/- of .5C or less, 1 was 1.2C off. You can also use a DVM to measure the Ohm resistance of each sensor, the target is 10k ohm.
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For power measurement you need two temp sensors and a flow sensor. The Aquaero calculates the heat energy generated or lost by comparing the temp change and flow rate.

thanks again
I will try it , I have a inline sensor before the radiator and another one after the radiator and a USB flow sensor

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Its not the CPU temps that climb with load it is the Fan Amplifiers. The Amps on a AQ6 will not even get warm unless there is very high load placed on them. The Heatsink won't do much because it is not finned, it is really more like just an adaptor for the water block.

The Aq5 needed a heatsink because the amps rise in temp with even a relatively mild load and undervolting. My amps are at 50C now running 11 fans at 7V. When the Amps hit like 90 degrees or so the Aq5 will ramp up volts to 12V til amp temps drop again. With too high a load and not enough cooling the fans will continually rise and fall in speed as the Aquaero struggles to cope.

The power handling on the Aq6 is completely different and does not cause the same heating except at very high load levels. An Aquabus D5 will not cause any heating at all unless for some reason you are pointlessly running its power through the Aquaero.

The way Shoggy originally described the new digital VRM as one of the many A6 advancements it seemed very few people would truly need to add the water block unlike the Aquaero 5. I think most enthusiasts including myself just purchased the red heatsink for aesthetic reasons, to complete the look and it is a beautifully engineered sink. I'll never use more than seven fans and one Aquabus D5, so mine will most likely never get warm, but I'm happy AquaComputer took the time to design and create the part, the Aquaero is like nothing else available on the planet and deserves to be complemented with additions to the delivery.

Thanks for your input. +1.
    
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post #358 of 10733
Quick question, i ordered aquaero 6 and i want to control my pump speed with it. Pump is d5 with the red speed knob and blue rpm signal wire, is it ok to connect the pump to one of the fan connectors of aquaero? It can handle the power, but is this a good way to control this pump, which dont have pwm control.
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The signal wire on the D5 Vario will only report the pump rpm. It is not possible to control the rpm of that that specific pump from the AQ6.
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The signal wire on the D5 Vario will only report the pump rpm. It is not possible to control the rpm of that that specific pump from the AQ6.

Yeah i know that, but i meant that i use a normal 3-pin fan connector and attach pumps all 3 wires with that to aq6 fan connector, and control the voltage going to pump with aq6.

edit. found the answer from the other Aquaero 6 thread, it can be done and aquacomputer used similar setup in their performance demonstration video which i should have watche paying more attention smile.gif
Edited by siffonen - 4/9/14 at 1:14pm
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