Originally Posted by Shoggy
Originally Posted by IT Diva
Do the resellers like PPC's and FCPU know what to look for to be able to tell if it's the original 100 Ohm version PCB or the new one?
No, they do not know at all that there is any difference. It is also nothing that we communicate since it would only lead to confusion and I am also pretty sure that there are resellers that would try to exchange their stock.
Originally Posted by RDKing2
Another question, is there any way to set up profiles in the software or does it have to be done directly on the AQ6 interface?
The software has no profile management for the internal profiles of the device. Of course you can do all settings with the software, but you have to save the profiles directly through the device. I recommend that you also keep a copy of each profile through the export function of the software because otherwise you have to set everything again.
Hopefully then, they're too busy with too many products to read the forums about each of them . .
How about the AC webstores, Germany and US, would purchasers there all be getting the newer version going forward from now.
I'm looking to determine if there's an option for the guys that already have the Corsairs, so that they have reasonable certainty of getting the 47 Ohm version, and being able then, to use 8 fans, enough for P-P on a 480, on a single channel with a Swiftech splitter.
Also, thanks for the details on the software . . .
DarleneEdited by IT Diva - 4/22/14 at 3:15am