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post #6621 of 10733
No, the tab of the farbwerk when it is connected via USB. You have to allow in the configuration tab that the channels can be controlled by an external source. This is done by changing the mode of each channel.
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No, the tab of the farbwerk when it is connected via USB. You have to allow in the configuration tab that the channels can be controlled by an external source. This is done by changing the mode of each channel.

That fixed it, just wasn't in a place where i was expecting it to be. Thanks so much.
    
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Are you guys suggesting a PowerAdjust 3 Ultra version is launching later this year with PWM ports? ph34r2.gif

(or am I reading too much into it?)


PowerAdjust 4 PWM?


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http://www.overclock.net/t/1501306/aquacomputer-new-power-adjuster-3-serie/20#post_24816858
post #6624 of 10733
If anyone wants some cheap pumps like iBruce has then look here 2 Aquacomputer D5 Pump Mechanics with USB and Aquabus Interface
post #6625 of 10733
Hey…

I hive the “Aquaero 6 XT blue USB fan controller, graphic LCD, touch control, IR remote control" to control pump and fan. My fans working fine.

My problem is with the “”EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM - Plexi (incl. pump “”
The EK-D5 ( PWM Response ) 1450 to 4800 PWM

Right now I’m using the CPU1 header on msi godlike MB to control the pump.

When I use CPU1 header to control the pump, it doesn’t keep any setting that apply. It return back to default, using MSI Command center even when save a profile setting. Also try the setting in the bios. But everytime I boot the system it reset back default. 40c @ 45% which the pump will running @ 1450 to 1850 RMP.. I did had it working before I update the bios. As the temp rise, the pump will speed up the flow.

So try use the Aquaero 6 xt to control the pump, but doesn’t work. I no that it’s not a Aquaero Pump. But D5 PWM pump do work. And hive tested the pump in difference speed. So its working fine.”

On any fan header that are PWM control that I use, The max speed I get 2010 PWM, no matter what configuration I set to, it stay at 2000 PWM. I so have a powerjusted 3 ultra, but doesn’t hive PWM to control the pump. Only speed senor. The EK-XTOP Revo D5 PWM has fore wire's power 12v and one yellow and one blue.

The blue wire = speed control
The yellow wire = speed senor

Can anyone please shed some light on this matter?

How to setup this stupid pump... with software / hardware.

Its working fine with CPU1 or CPU2 header and MSI command center`
BUT I hive to go in there manually to just the temp/speed. Every time boot the system.mad.gif

PS. I was toll that mod can fix this. (As for the D5 pump with the Aquaero, it is a well known issue. You need to modify the PWM connector, have a look in the Aquaero thread here on the forums. Search for Diva mod.)

looking for link on this information.

Thanks
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post #6626 of 10733
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PS. I was toll that mod can fix this. (As for the D5 pump with the Aquaero, it is a well known issue. You need to modify the PWM connector, have a look in the Aquaero thread here on the forums. Search for Diva mod.)

looking for link on this information.

Thanks

Here is the info on the 'Diva Mod' for the D5 pumps.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1474470/ocn-aquaero-owners-club/6410#post_24748004
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post #6627 of 10733
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Yep, they're great. Very flexible in the applications they suit either stock or after very simple mod. As Darlene says, its the RPM line that is cut normally.

I use a simple six way model for my Aquabus. Its great having a single point and makes cable org super easy.

what do you mean by the rpm line that is cut normally, i dont need to mod this do i, i thought i can just connect the fans to the MMT Pcb then the one header to the AQ, or have i misunderstood. rolleyes.gif
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Here is the info on the 'Diva Mod' for the D5 pumps.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1474470/ocn-aquaero-owners-club/6410#post_24748004


Excellent..

Two Questions

1) this mod cable, is it to connect to CPU1 fan heater on MB. OR to the aquaero 6 xt fans header 1 to 4

2) Any idea of instruction on how to connect this cables because, See tow different cable that split for two motor.

Sorry asking..
   
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1: It is predominately to connect it to the Aquaero's fan headers although it will also function correctly on a mobo PWM header as well. The Aquaero's fan headers comply to Intel's PWM fan header specs so providing the mobo's header is also Intel PWM compliant it will work fine on the CPU fan header.

2: You can use two separate cables each with their own Diva Mod components fitted to control two pumps. Or, as shown in the Diva Mod link you can also utilise a Swiftech splitter cable to connect two pumps to the one PWM header. This just requires one set of components (note that one resistor should be reduced to 2.2K) as noted in the mod.

The splitter cable simply splits the PWM line so that both pumps receive and are driven off the one/same PWM signal. It also disconnects one RPM wire from one of the leads as you only want one pump reporting RPM back to the Aquaero/Mobo header. If you have both pump's RPM leads connected to the same header it will not work as the RPM readings will interfere with each other and play havoc with the RPM readings.
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thank you



i wiil do the project tonight
   
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