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Oh no, that's horrible. Aquacomp should get you sorted out no probs though.
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by zvonkorp View Post

You dont need to get the Aquaero to control your pumps if budget is an issue.

I just fried both my Aquaero 5's over the weekend so I'm currently running all my pumps off just my poweradjusts and controlled via aquasuite through the poweradjust USB interface until I replace the Aquaeros again /sigh

Each poweradjust runs one pump with passive cooling no problem, 2 PMP500s and 2 D5s. For someone looking to control just one pump, and save some money yet still have a great interface and options like fan curves, the poweradjusts for $40 a piece are great options without getting too tied up in the aquaero ecosystem or breaking the bank.







http://www.performance-pcs.com/aquacomputer-poweradjust-3-usb-standard-series.html

May I ask what pumps youre specifically using. I cant tell if what pump I'm looking at is controllable with the poweradjust.
post #13 of 14
A "plain" DDC or D5 , NOT the PWM versions, since the PowerAdjust.. adjusts the voltage ... not something you wanna do on a (more expensive) PWM pump. smile.gif

A bit like an ordinary fan controller, except there are no knobs to turn, its done in the aquasuite software

Alternatives to it are: MCubed T-Balancer (if you can find it) and Alphacools HeatMaster . Just like the Aquareo 5 LT, PowerAdjust ... you set up the curves in software, load it into the controller and then forget about it smile.gif
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Originally Posted by alexx2208 View Post

May I ask what pumps youre specifically using. I cant tell if what pump I'm looking at is controllable with the poweradjust.
Im using Koolance PMP500s and MCP655-bs fom swiftech. The pmp500 is widely regarded as the most powerful cpu cooling pump ever & has a hefty 3+ amp power draw, the poweradjusts handle them just fine with no heatsinks and no heating issues
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