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All will be revealed in time my friend thumb.gif

Ahhh, I like surprises! Be sure to post a link to your build log in here. I LOVE me some flow meters, and I'd much rather get my paws on a pressure differential one, as opposed to the Koolance impeller-based ones I use now. You now have my undivided attention! DO keep us posted. smile.gif
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Ok Guys and gals. I have just ordered a new item for my loop. This is by TT and I have not be able to find any reviews on this item online. I might just do an unboxing and review for it. So the item I ordered is a Digital Temperature Sensor. Now I already have a temperature sensor that is sticking in my rad, but no where near as cool. I am hoping this can also act as a flow indicator because I plan to swap out my current flow indicator for this so I don't have to mess with loop redesign too much if at all.


Now if you dont know what my build looks like. it is pictured below.

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Originally Posted by Yukss View Post

hello i was or maybe i am still interested in the same TT temp/flow indicator, i think it looks badass, and it would be great if you make the unboxing and review, uload pics and videos pls


**Update** It looks like ThermalMike from Thermaltake beat me to the punch. They have uploaded a brief product review on the Digital temperature sensor. Check it it out here.

Edited by nCode - 4/12/17 at 3:23pm
post #2563 of 2756
Thermaltake's PCiE cable strikes again.

Received my 1080ti yesterday. After being on intel integrated graphics for a couple weeks i was eager to experience proper fps again.

so much for that. I installed the card and got nothing but jittery mouse cursors and flaky performance. fire up GPUz and this is what shows up. Note the PCI bus



so i remove the cage and mount the card directly to the motherboard. what do ya know.



seems even those of us who had good luck with the cables initially will eventually see them fail. shame TT can't do more about this than just send crappy replacements. Looks like i'll be shopping for a PCIe riser cable.
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**Update** It looks like ThermalMike from Thermaltake beat me to the punch. They have uploaded a brief product review on the Digital temperature sensor. Check it it out here.
crap.. here it goes again my credit card
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Thermaltake's PCiE cable strikes again.

Received my 1080ti yesterday. After being on intel integrated graphics for a couple weeks i was eager to experience proper fps again.

so much for that. I installed the card and got nothing but jittery mouse cursors and flaky performance. fire up GPUz and this is what shows up. Note the PCI bus



so i remove the cage and mount the card directly to the motherboard. what do ya know.



seems even those of us who had good luck with the cables initially will eventually see them fail. shame TT can't do more about this than just send crappy replacements. Looks like i'll be shopping for a PCIe riser cable.

Just curious. Was that with the 'stock' cable that came with the case or the premium cable from TT?
post #2566 of 2756
Stock. I don't feel like giving TT my money for a cable that should have come with the system in the first place. I ordered a 3M one and will use it instead. Hopefully it solves the problem.
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Hi jestermx6,

I got a cable that will work, we know some stock in channel has the original cable.

PM me and will send you the NEW design cable free of charge.

And if anyone else has an issue, just email our support: ttsupport@thermaltakeusa.com
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post #2568 of 2756
Well i won't say no to that! Thanks ThermalMike. PM Incoming.
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Has anyone tried to use this as a sort of table? Lay it flat and then put something on top of the acrylic, like say, a monitor?

Check out this setup.

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Progress, So far no leaks
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