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How about the AC webstores, Germany and US, would purchasers there all be getting the newer version going forward from now.
I assume Aquatuning and Caseking have them but I can not tell for sure since I have no idea how they organize their stock. If they just push it into the storage rack it is possible that some older remaining devices will stay there for a longer time wink.gif
post #452 of 11094
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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


Yes, I meant 8 per channel.

The Swiftech splitter is a nice convenience, since it only passes 1 tach line of the 8 pin-sets back to the A6, and powers the fans from a molex/sata PSU connector.


D..
post #453 of 11094
Thanks gain for the reply Darlene. I have an additional question regarding the resistors. I have just asked my supplier and he says the resistors are marked as "473". I'm not really familiar with SMT nomenclature; does that stand for 47 ohms resistors? Why are they labeled 473?
Thanks in advance!
post #454 of 11094
You have the new ones... they are labelled 47, then a small gap then a backwards "E". I have just had a look at the AQ^ I received from Scan.co.uk in the UK and they are the same..
post #455 of 11094
More great gear from my friendly little neighborhood computer water cooling store, Monsoon thermal probes and EK clear Ekoolant.

Probes feed into the Aquaero 6. Fluid IN, Fluid Out, radiator Delta T. thumb.gif



    
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post #456 of 11094
On what page in aqua suite does the AQ D5 pump temp sensor display? I've already used all 8 sensor inputs on the AQ6 and would use the 2 on the D5 pumps, I just don't know how they would display.
post #457 of 11094
Should show up the same place that all the other temp sensors do. I think you have to have a sensor hooked up to the input for them to be visible though. Maybe not? I deleted all the inputs and sensors I was not using. I do remember my poweradjust 2's showed up as additional fan outputs. This is when hooked up to aquabus.
post #458 of 11094
When you use two pumps, make sure that you have assigned different aquabus ID numbers for them. This can be done via USB in the system tab of the pumps. By default they use the same number so when you do not change it for one pump, they can not be detected by the aquaero. If everything is correct here, than you should see them in the sensor overview as RDKing2 said.
post #459 of 11094
Shoggy, can that be done with both pumps connected and running?
post #460 of 11094
Yes, of course, but only via USB. At least one of them needs a different aquabus ID number if you have not changed anything yet.
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