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EK-Dual DDC 3.2 PWM X-TOP With Dual pumps

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Hi guys you have a nice watercooling section here.

Appologies if this is posted in the wrong section.
A question and some help if possible.


i have got a aquareo pro 6 and a EK-Dual DDC 3.2 PWM X-TOP With Dual Laing 18w DDC Pumps also i have just purchased a Aqua Computer Poweradjust 3 USB, Ultra-version.

ATM i have connected the two pwm cables to the aquareo 6 fan port 1 and fan port 2. then using splitter cables connected to fan ports 3 and fan port 4.

First question is what settings do i have to set in the aquasuite to make the pumps run at say 50% ?

Also is it possible to coonect each pwm cable via the supplied cable to the power adust (which i notice is a 3 pin and not a pwm cable)? or do i just use the the ports on the aquareo and use the power adust as a extra fan channel.

Thank you for the help
post #2 of 4
Hi holymatrix, and welcome to OCN!

Your questions don't really relate to your pumps/tops, and relate more to the Aquaero and aquasuite.
You should try asking in this thread:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1474470/ocn-aquaero-owners-club
Edited by gftgy - 11/11/15 at 1:46am
post #3 of 4
The pumps are PWM controlled and the Poweradjust is a voltage controller so it is not really any use for them. It will just give you a fifth fan channel.

Personally I would use a splitter cable and put both pumps on a single channel, unless you have more fan channels than you need.
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post #4 of 4
Yup, since you'd want both pump to be running the same speed, easiest is just to use the 4 pin pwm splitter on the 2 pumps and connect it to FAN4 header on the Aquaero. Set FAN4 to PWM and set it to any speed you need.

I'm not so sure why you would be needing a poweradjust module.

PS. Just in case it is not well known: You should not try to control the voltage on a PWM fan/pump. Varying input voltage may result in unpredictable behavior on the speed controller.
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