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Originally Posted by geox19 View Post

Don't quote me but I don't see a delay so I don't think it's possible. I think you just have to play with the curves in the controller section.

I've googled like crazy... and if I'm not totally incorrect there seemed to be in previous versions. If so, why remove it?
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Originally Posted by V I P E R View Post

Hello,

I decided that is time to try the Aquaero 6XT, but I have a few questions before I make my purchase.

The parts that I'm going to need to control are:
20 x Sunon fans with the following specs:

Size (mm): 120x120x25
Rated voltage: 12VDC
Operating voltage range: 6-13.8 VDC
Rated current: 451 mA / Max 519 mA
Rated power Consumption ( W ): 5.40 W / Max 6.22 W
Starting voltage: 6VDC
Air flow: (m3/h): 183.8
Rated speed: (RPM): 3100
Static pressure (cm-H2O): 0.71
Wiring: 3-wire (Frequency Generator)
Automatic restart: Yes

You can check detail specifications of the fans here: SUNON

The pumps that I have are: EK-BAY RES Dual DDC 3.25 Serial (incl. pump)


The pump used in the res/pump combo is this type: EK-DDC 3.25 (12V DC pump)

It has the following technical specs:

- Dimensions (W x D x H): 90 x 62 x 38 mm
- Motor: Electronically commuted ball bearing motor
- Rated voltage: 12 V DC
- Power consumption: 20 W
- Maximum head pressure: up to 7.0m
- Maximum flow rate: up to 1000 L/h
- Maximum liquid temperature: 60°C
- Materials: Stainless steel, PPS-GF40, EPDM O-rings, Aluminium oxide, hard coal
- Power connector: 4-Pin Molex- and 3-Pin DC FAN connector

My concern is whether I'm going to be able to control all the fans and pumps with the aquaero 6 xt or I will have to buy the poweradjust 3 USB ultra version.

I plan to purchase the farbwerk USB, Bluetooth and aquabus version to control about 2 meters of RGB LED strip.

I also want to monitor 4 temps with inline temp sensors and have one flow sensor, but I don't know which one to choose and is the Aquaero going to handle all of fans, pumps and sensors.

For now I think to order the aquaero 6 XT USB fan controller + Front plate for aquaero 5 und 6 XT aluminum black + Passive heat sink for aquaero 6, red + Replacement front new design for aquaero 5 und 6 XT (red LEDs), but if I have to purchase something else please tell me so I don't have to pay again for shipping.

Thank you in advance for the help.

https://forum.aquacomputer.de/weitere-foren/english-forum/105278-hard-reset-aquaero-6-pro-is-this-the-correct-steps/
Aquaero 6 hard rest


Opps miss quote sorry lol
Edited by geox19 - 10/6/16 at 9:36pm
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Thanks Diva!
Any idea what could have caused the problem? I'm puzzled by the AQ6 and the farbwerk failing the same way at the same time, and by the farbwerk working for a while and then disappearing again.
I don't have any jumpers, can I just use temp sensors to jumper the sensor ports as instructed? What about resetting the farbwerk?
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I've googled like crazy... and if I'm not totally incorrect there seemed to be in previous versions. If so, why remove it?
There is and also never was such an option. Controlling the fans by the CPU temperature is not recommend at all. As you already noticed the fans will spin up and down like crazy because also the temperature of the CPU does the same within seconds.

You should use the water temperature to control the fans. Even if your CPU is doing some work for one minute it would make no sense to speed up the fans because the water temperature will not change much within one minute which also means that even if you spin up the fans it would have no useful effect on the cooling performance. If the water temperatures really starts to climb, then you can spin up the fans. This way you will get a much more smoother fan control that only works when it is really necessary.
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Originally Posted by Shoggy View Post

There is and also never was such an option. Controlling the fans by the CPU temperature is not recommend at all. As you already noticed the fans will spin up and down like crazy because also the temperature of the CPU does the same within seconds.

You should use the water temperature to control the fans. Even if your CPU is doing some work for one minute it would make no sense to speed up the fans because the water temperature will not change much within one minute which also means that even if you spin up the fans it would have no useful effect on the cooling performance. If the water temperatures really starts to climb, then you can spin up the fans. This way you will get a much more smoother fan control that only works when it is really necessary.

https://hw-lab.com/aquaero-usb-4-0-review.html/7

“Controller delay in sec.” — time, in seconds, used to determine how fast controller reacts to sensor readings change."

Thought that was what I was looking for...

But water temp might be a better way to control the fans.
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The aquaero 4 was a completely different story wink.gif

This setting would also not completely do what you want. It would bring you closer to your idea but would not work as you expect. The old manual explains in more detail how it works - anyway, that is history... axesmiley.png
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You should use the water temperature to control the fans. Even if your CPU is doing some work for one minute it would make no sense to speed up the fans because the water temperature will not change much within one minute which also means that even if you spin up the fans it would have no useful effect on the cooling performance. If the water temperatures really starts to climb, then you can spin up the fans. This way you will get a much more smoother fan control that only works when it is really necessary.[/quote]


How do we go about setting the controller up to to use water temp as data? I don't see that option nm Duh I found it.
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When you set up a controller you have to assign a data source. Just select your water temperature sensor.
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When you set up a controller you have to assign a data source. Just select your water temperature sensor.


Thank you I've set it up to use my water temps. I'm running some stress test right now. This is exactly the way I want my fans to perform. Awesome advise. Quick question I'm going to buy 3 aquacompter flow sensors what wires do I need to buy to be able to hook all three of them up to the A6 Aquabus? Also For some reason I can't get my ferbwerk to been seen on the aquabuss maybe it's because they sent me the Bluetooth version when i ordered the usb aquabus version? Does the bluetooth version not work with aquabus?
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Hello there!

I see a lot of people using power adjusts in combination with the aquaero 5lt. I'm planning on using
8 Corsair AF140's on Fan 1
8 Corsair SP120's on Fan 2
3 Corsair AF120's on Fan 3
This way I have fan channels 1 till 3 used. The 4th, the pwm channel, is still free
4 Pumps will be controlled through aquabus cables, next to that I'm going to use 2 rgb led strips. Probably going to connect both of them to the same rgb output channel. Am I correct that I don't need any extra units?

What kind of setup would you recommend?

I have the aluminium heatsink on the 5LT, would I need the watercooling block?

thanks in advance!
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