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I was talking about the CPU load that these elements cause.
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I was talking about the CPU load that these elements cause.

Yeah, and so what is it with the funny face?! I ask(ed) you what's the connection between Δt and CPU Load, IF there's any. So, is it then?

Example: Let's say that I use one element to show me the Core#0 Ratio. At its default Δt, 15m I think, it will cause an X cpu usage. IF I will then set its Δt to 30 min , will this cause less cpu load/usage or more?
I am just trying to understand IF there is a connection between set Δt and CPU usage or not.
Edited by LostParticle - 3/27/15 at 7:09am
    
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@Swuell

You can only put one signal into a channel. If you had a fan and the pump feeding it then they would interfere with each other. It is possible to plug in the fan but disconnect the 3rd pin from fan (RPM signal) and feed the pump RPM on there instead. You can still control the fan with the controller but read the pump RPM on that channel.
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Example: Let's say that I use one element to show me the Core#0 Ratio. At its default Δt, 15m I think, it will cause an X cpu usage. IF I will then set its Δt to 30 min , will this cause less cpu load/usage or more?
Of course this will generate a higher load since you have more data to process. A longer time means more data points that are used.
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Front page of this thread is information of issues controlling PWM pumps other than the one specifically hacked for the aquaero. You can definitely feed the signal of your pump into the aquaero though. I actually bought one of these PWM pumps directly from aquacomputer and it was defective. I returned it to them on super slow snail mail and I don't even know if they got it yet.

EDIT: I would feed the RPM signal into one of the fan channels or if anyone else has a better suggestion?

I meant the fan header, I re-read the fan header and realized the Aquabus is not what I had originally thought it was ddespite it saying "RPM" : /. So feeding it into th fan header would it have to be by itself or would it work connected with fans -- as in would I be able to reae botb the fans and pump rpm from just one header?
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Not sure I understood your question. The h220x is a pwm pump so you connect it to a fan header in the Aquaero and configure that fan channel to pwm and voila you have control of your pump on the Aquaero. Aquabus is an interface for aquacomputer gear so far as I known, will not work with the h220x pump.

Sorry I bad misread the intent of the Aquabus. Thanks.
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It is designed to be run at 12v.

You can try 2 things best would be to ask @bramsli1 to see oh the led is voltage dimmable or pwm compatibility

You can dp this many ways.

plug it in to a fan header on the Aquaero either use voltage control or make a wiring adapter and send it to the pwm output.

Oh thanks.
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No no no

Don't do this you will damage something.

The above is for your block.

Your pump/rad led is a different story. You would have to either modify existing wiring or make custom wiring harness.

The res led shares the 12. With the pump. The pump could be damaged if using pwm. The 2 pwm ports ( Which I talked about above they are 2 pin) are not the same as a fan header ( 4 pin)

If you want to control the pump you will need to use a fan header not the Aquabus. The Aquabus is not compatible! .

You will need to set the fan header as pwm for this

One you ask Bramsli1 about the voltage control dimming vs pwm ( if the led are compatible I can help with custom wiring

Yeah sorry I misread the aquabus. Well since everything is controlled via pwm and you said I can out the pump into the fan header--so it wouldn't be desrroyed correct? Than would I have to do the fans and the pump separate or could I do the fans and the pumo together into one fn header and still be be able to read the rpms from both?
There is a way to do this. I can pm you when I get home. Send me a pm when you can to remind me.

On mobile and at work so I can't spend alot of time
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I can not really tell if this is "normal" because the CPU utilization depends a lot on your individual configuration of all the elements. Also the gauge instruments can cause some CPU load.

All right, thank you, makes sense, anyway I'm planning to run the Aquasuite (overview pages) just when I will feel like it, so not all the time. My main monitoring tool is HWiNFO64. +REP.

IF you have some time, explain please what do you mean with "the CPU utilization depends a lot on your individual configuration of all the elements". Perhaps we will all learn something. The elements I use have been left on their default settings, besides the Gauges which I have customized. Is it possible to configure them differently to obtain even lower CPU Usage? Does it have to do with the Δt? Just asking to improve my Overview page any way I can.

Thank you.

He could not tell you that as everyone has different background programs
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He could not tell you that as everyone has different background programs

It's all right, I think I figured it out: a loaded Aquasuite overview page has an average of 3.5% - 5% total CPU usage, whereas the CPU Ratios rarely idle (8x); they usually fluctuate around 30x - something. No problem: an overview page is eye-candy (for me), I have no issue "charging" my system a tad, now and then, to enjoy it.

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@Swuell

You can only put one signal into a channel. If you had a fan and the pump feeding it then they would interfere with each other. It is possible to plug in the fan but disconnect the 3rd pin from fan (RPM signal) and feed the pump RPM on there instead. You can still control the fan with the controller but read the pump RPM on that channel.

Oh huh so what is everybody doing then with 4 ports only for reading rpms -- that is quite limiting reading rpm wise. :|
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There is a way to do this. I can pm you when I get home. Send me a pm when you can to remind me.

On mobile and at work so I can't spend alot of time

Ok thanks!
Just sent you a PM inquiring about this.

EDIT: by the way you're profile pic -- NICE! smile.gif I love old school MegaMan/RockMan! biggrin.gif
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Oh huh so what is everybody doing then with 4 ports only for reading rpms -- that is quite limiting reading rpm wise.


What he meant was, you need one device (pump, or fan) to report RPM signal to the headers. If you have both devices reporting an RPM signal, then you don't have an accurate way to read the RPM's.

Just have the pump connected to one header. And the fans on another.

You really don't need to read the RPM on all the fans (if they're all the same ones).
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What he meant was, you need one device (pump, or fan) to report RPM signal to the headers. If you have both devices reporting an RPM signal, then you don't have an accurate way to read the RPM's.

Just have the pump connected to one header. And the fans on another.

You really don't need to read the RPM on all the fans (if they're all the same ones).

Well they're not all the same ones is the problem :|. That's why I wanted a rpm readout. And I understood what he was saying but I was saying what everybody else was doing for the ones that didn't have the same fans and wanted readouts from multiple fans and a pump?
Edited by Swuell - 3/28/15 at 7:01am
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