If you can see the pump rpm in Aida64 by reading it from the particular mobo fan header it is connected to, you should be able to import that value into aquasuite using a software sensor.
Originally Posted by dseg
That's what I was doing but I was not able to get the Aquaero software to pull in the RPM readings from AIDA64 so I could set alarms based on the pump speeds.
What about the Aquabus HIGH? Says this could read a flow meter, shouldn't it be able to read a fan tacho?
EDIT 2: my bad, I think software sensors are only available for temperatures, but you CAN display the value in the aquasuite monitor page.
As to the aquabus HIGH port, that will only read flow sensors with an aquabus port.
From a safety point of view, it is probably more important to monitor water flow instead of pump rpm.
If there is a leak, the pump may keep spinning, but without water your system will fry.
If water flow goes too low, set the alarm module to cut the RPM output and let the bios shut your system down.
EDIT: ninja'd by Shoggy Edited by InfoSeeker - 8/3/16 at 12:30pm