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Can you still get the boards for that?
No, unfortunately not. All mps devices use the same board though.
Edited by Jakusonfire - 4/21/14 at 12:10am
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post #442 of 11179
It looks great. thumb.gif

Not photoshopped, these black passive sinks are available now from AquaComputer, which means probably another month before full distribution.

Let's see, do I know anyone with a black/gray/white build and a black edition asus board that might freaking love this? (scratching head) smile.gif

Looks like they got the NC and NO positioned correctly this time...

http://shop.aquacomputer.de/product_info.php?products_id=3175


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I'll definitely grab one when they make their way to the states.
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FYI on pwm fans. I am using 14 Akasa 140mm Vipers with my Aquaero 6 and others not applicable to this post.. Notice the rpms are different when using splitters. Have two as case fans on a standard 2 way splitter direct to AQ6, 4 on a 280 rad using an Akasa 5 way splitter with supplemental power and 8 on a 560 rad with swiftech 8 way splitter and supplemental power. Power at 34% on all, RPM's read as case 674 rpm, 280 rad 728rpm and 560 rad is 971rpm. All following same curve with the same minimum rpm. Also cannot get any of the fans to go to the curves 25% mark unless I put the minimum power at 0% for the fan outputs. Almost like the AQ6 adds the minimum power and the curve % together. Will post some pics for ownership in next day or so. Even with dropping the minimum power to 0% the outputs with more fans still have higher rpms.
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FYI on pwm fans. I am using 14 Akasa 140mm Vipers with my Aquaero 6 and others not applicable to this post.. Notice the rpms are different when using splitters. Have two as case fans on a standard 2 way splitter direct to AQ6, 4 on a 280 rad using an Akasa 5 way splitter with supplemental power and 8 on a 560 rad with swiftech 8 way splitter and supplemental power. Power at 34% on all, RPM's read as case 674 rpm, 280 rad 728rpm and 560 rad is 971rpm. All following same curve with the same minimum rpm. Also cannot get any of the fans to go to the curves 25% mark unless I put the minimum power at 0% for the fan outputs. Almost like the AQ6 adds the minimum power and the curve % together. Will post some pics for ownership in next day or so. Even with dropping the minimum power to 0% the outputs with more fans still have higher rpms.


That's almost exactly what it does.

The curve actually controls between what you've preset for min and max.


If you preset the min for the lowest speed you want, and the max for the highest speed you want, then you have the full 0 to 100% range available to control between those points.

Is the tach line on the 560 group on one of the pull fans . . . .

Usually the pull side runs a bit faster than the push side, as the push side is more heavily loaded.


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Yeah that is right. Say you have a fan header set so that min is 20%, max 80%. 0 to 100% on the controllers is now the percentage of that range. So 20% is now 36%, 80% is now 68%.
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I thought the curve would control between the min and max settings. It makes perfect sense what has been explained by both of you. I was just thinking the min would be 0 and max would be 100. I will set my min fan speeds back to 25% where I want them and adjust the curve lower. Thanks for the reminder about the push pull setup on my fans. I will check which ones are supplying the tach signal. 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? With the new rad setup I am able to maintain a 4-6 degree delta at load but have to ramp up fans pretty fast as I sit between 2-3c at idle and light loads. This results in the fans ramping up and down quite a bit with moderate loads. Want to set up a different profile to quickly go to when running these moderate loads. I have not seen anything in the software to set up the programable keys either and the instructions seem to indicate it can be done.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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 . . biggrin.gif

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 . . . thumb.gifthumb.gif


Darlene
Edited by IT Diva - 4/22/14 at 3:15am
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Hopefully then, they're too busy with too many products to read the forums about each of them . . biggrin.gif

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 . . . thumb.gifthumb.gif


Darlene

Darlene you mean 8 fans per channel with the swiftech splitter ,correct !?

Going to order mine next month , my dirt bike engine blew up so i have to share the money between pc and bike mad.gif
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