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post #21 of 28
Well, you can get a temp sensor for your water into the spare NZXT channel. They should use the same signal as these inline water temp sensors.
As for the flow, you can get a Koolance flow sensor with the Koolance 5.25 bay flow adapter/display
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post #22 of 28
If not wanting to go the whole Aquaero route. You could use an aquacomputer poweradjust 2. Has a connection for flow, temperature and fan/pump up to 25w. Would be software reporting only though and you have to use their flow meters. Any temp probe can be used water or air. Output of the fan/pump channel can be controlled by the sensor. Will be over your budget by about $50. when all is said and done.
post #23 of 28
Well, if you go the Aquaero route, you don't even need to buy all that.

You get an Aquacomputer MPS flow meter. Those have a connector so you can plug a temp sensor to it.
That plugs into an internal USB port. And you can view your flow and water temp with the use of Aquasuite free software.
You wouldn't have a front bay display, only an Aquasuite software would work.....in windoze.

Total cost:
MPS flow meter: 50$
Inline flow sensor: 10$

Edit: I meant 'inline temp sensor"
Edited by PepeLapiu - 4/7/14 at 7:54am
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post #24 of 28
Forgot about those sensors.
post #25 of 28
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Well, if you go the Aquaero route, you don't even need to buy all that.

You get an Aquacomputer MPS flow meter. Those have a connector so you can plug a temp sensor to it.
That plugs into an internal USB port. And you can view your flow and water temp with the use of Aquasuite free software.
You wouldn't have a front bay display, only an Aquasuite software would work.....in windoze.

Total cost:
MPS flow meter: 50$
Inline flow sensor: 10$

This works, i am going to with that and a inline temp sensor!

Thanks all!
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This works, i am going to with that and a inline temp sensor!

Thanks all!

This is a good setup. You could add a AQ5 LT ($70) later and gain all the available options of the Aqua Suite program, fan control, 8 temp sensors, LED's, +++
post #27 of 28
I edited my last post.
I meant a 10$ temp sensor, not 10$ inline flow sensor.
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post #28 of 28
Having said all this, I own both the MPS and Koolance flow sensors.....two of each in fact.
I have tried the Koolance one, and I can recommend it.
But I have never tried the MPS, and lijely never will.
So it's difficult to recommend it.
And that I said you can plug a temp sensor into it, that's what I read. But I never did test that capability.

Because I use mainly Linux, and rarely windoze, the MPS will likely stay in my parts box, or get sold at some point.
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