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Sorry for this dumb question how do i connect Aquaero 6 to my board ? Yes i found the 5 pin USB cable which i got with my Aquaero. I need to connect it directly to a USB2.0 header in my R5E. 

 

Seen the USB header on the board has completely different pin arrangement. So how do i connect this ?

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You can see the flow rate just need to convert the rpm to LPH and the optimal flow rate is anywhere from 1 to 1.5 GPM after conversion or if you are happy with the temps then its good. < Loaded question

I would do a google for your flow sensor and see how others have done the conversion. I believe its RPM to LPH then convert to GPH divided by 60 to give GPM.

You might want to ask in this part of the forum. There a lot of experienced water coolers that may have the answer off the top of there heads.
http://www.overclock.net/t/584302/ocn-water-cooling-club-and-picture-gallery/92080

It's already showing liter/h but not just accurate I imagine.

Thank you, I'll look into it =) Just wanted to check if there was a simple solution =)
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It's already showing liter/h but not just accurate I imagine.

Thank you, I'll look into it =) Just wanted to check if there was a simple solution =)

is it showing like 3200.00 or xxxx.xx or whats the full digits it showing.

Read here may need the koolance adapter to read the true rpm. I have all koolance connected to the aquacomputer.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1406385/bitspower-flow-sensor-help
Edited by Jflisk - 10/20/15 at 4:00pm
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These are only the short summaries. Unfortunately they do not contain any helpful information.

Where in Windows 10 event log should I get the error reports that you would find useful?
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Sorry for this dumb question how do i connect Aquaero 6 to my board ? Yes i found the 5 pin USB cable which i got with my Aquaero. I need to connect it directly to a USB2.0 header in my R5E. 

Seen the USB header on the board has completely different pin arrangement. So how do i connect this ?

If you mean a USB 2.0 port it has exactly the same pinout. If you mean usb3.0 I think you would be better spent buying a usb3.0 header to usb2.0 adapter As you are asking and not making your own.

USB 2.0 headers are a standard that is followed. Esp by asus
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Not quite sure what you meant with the calibration thingy but thanks =)
Would be interesting to see my actual flow but that won't be possible?

If you look at the flow meter settings there is a place where you can adjust the number of rotations (pulses actually) per Litre. The standard 3 pin Aquacomp model is around 169 but the Bitspower model is under 100. The Aquaero settings can't be set to under 100 though. So you can't get really accurate but setting it to 100 would be closer than it must be now.
I assume the very large difference in the config numbers is due to the fact that the Aquacomp model produces two pulses per full rotation of its paddle whereas the BP sensor is just reporting RPM so is likely a single pulse per rotation

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Sorry for this dumb question how do i connect Aquaero 6 to my board ? Yes i found the 5 pin USB cable which i got with my Aquaero. I need to connect it directly to a USB2.0 header in my R5E. 

Seen the USB header on the board has completely different pin arrangement. So how do i connect this ?

The USB 2.0 headers are dual ports, so you can connect two of the 5 pin cables that come with the Aquaero to each usb header.


Edited by Jakusonfire - 10/21/15 at 12:18am
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is it showing like 3200.00 or xxxx.xx or whats the full digits it showing.

Read here may need the koolance adapter to read the true rpm. I have all koolance connected to the aquacomputer.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1406385/bitspower-flow-sensor-help

The exact number atm is 42,6 L/h.
Thank you.

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If you look at the flow meter settings there is a place where you can adjust the number of rotations (pulses actually) per Litre. The standard 3 pin Aquacomp model is around 169 but the Bitspower model is under 100. The Aquaero settings can't be set to under 100 though. So you can't get really accurate but setting it to 100 would be closer than it must be now.
I assume the very large difference in the config numbers is due to the fact that the Aquacomp model produces two pulses per full rotation of its paddle whereas the BP sensor is just reporting RPM so is likely a single pulse per rotation

Hmm okay.
I'll just keep it like it is then. I might invest in a "real" aquacomputer one in the future. but this one looks really nice imo =)
Thank you all for you help
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So when I ran Aquasuite as administrator this morning, the program immediately ate up 95% of my RAM (see screenshot). Any ideas on why it would do this? I am running Windows 10 Pro 64 bit with 16 GB of memory on a Core i5-3570K.
Does it happen directly after you start the aquasuite or have you done something specific? If you have set the aquasuit to start with an overview page or on the desktop you should disable that. If the RAM looks OK afterwards it is very likely that an element on the overview page is causing the problem. If you have several overview pages you could go one by one through them and always checking when the RAM goes up. When you have identified the page I recommend to export it to a file. Start removing the elements from the page one by one until the RAM consumption stays normal. This way you can identify the element which acts weird. It is likely that it will be a chart because they require a lot of database operations in the background. If there is something messed up it might lead to a loop that quickly eats up all memory.

Sending us the files from C:\ProgramData\aquasuite-data, the exported overview page and mentioning the problematic element might help to trace down the problem.

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Sorry for this dumb question how do i connect Aquaero 6 to my board ? Yes i found the 5 pin USB cable which i got with my Aquaero. I need to connect it directly to a USB2.0 header in my R5E. 

Seen the USB header on the board has completely different pin arrangement. So how do i connect this ?
Pretty much every mainboard uses a two-row USB header. It does not matter if you use the first or second row. The important thing is that the side with the missing pin is the ground (black wire):

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Does it happen directly after you start the aquasuite or have you done something specific? If you have set the aquasuit to start with an overview page or on the desktop you should disable that. If the RAM looks OK afterwards it is very likely that an element on the overview page is causing the problem. If you have several overview pages you could go one by one through them and always checking when the RAM goes up. When you have identified the page I recommend to export it to a file. Start removing the elements from the page one by one until the RAM consumption stays normal. This way you can identify the element which acts weird. It is likely that it will be a chart because they require a lot of database operations in the background. If there is something messed up it might lead to a loop that quickly eats up all memory.

Sending us the files from C:\ProgramData\aquasuite-data, the exported overview page and mentioning the problematic element might help to trace down the problem.
Pretty much every mainboard uses a two-row USB header. It does not matter if you use the first or second row. The important thing is that the side with the missing pin is the ground (black wire):


Thanks for the explanation i understood now :)

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If you look at the flow meter settings there is a place where you can adjust the number of rotations (pulses actually) per Litre. The standard 3 pin Aquacomp model is around 169 but the Bitspower model is under 100. The Aquaero settings can't be set to under 100 though. So you can't get really accurate but setting it to 100 would be closer than it must be now.
I assume the very large difference in the config numbers is due to the fact that the Aquacomp model produces two pulses per full rotation of its paddle whereas the BP sensor is just reporting RPM so is likely a single pulse per rotation
The USB 2.0 headers are dual ports, so you can connect two of the 5 pin cables that come with the Aquaero to each usb header.

Ok i will try to connect it to the USB2 pin headers

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