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You are really facing some challenges, but at the end of the day you always learn something that will hopefully help in the future.
Good luck
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Well it wouldn't have been mine if I had chosen to use all the stock cables and not be creative. Every military veteran I have ever met has one thing in common. That is that we don't believe in road blocks only hurdles. The words can't and won't do not exist in a soldiers vocabulary. And why I'm on the subject I just wanted to add that the only heroes are the people that paid the ultimate sacrifice. All the rest of us are just ordinary people put in extraordinary situations doing what we felt we needed to do at the time in order to accomplish our mission. That is paratrooper logic.
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love it! thanks for your service my friend. i feel we have alot in common. ]

i really like that "we don't believe in road blocks only hurdles". it reminds me of something my friend learned in the navy and he taught me, when he taught me this trade i do ( hvac), " our job is to improvise, adapt, and overcome" it has taken me far in my trade. and frankly my life. i am very happy for it !
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love it! thanks for your service my friend. i feel we have alot in common. ]

i really like that "we don't believe in road blocks only hurdles". it reminds me of something my friend learned in the navy and he taught me, when he taught me this trade i do ( hvac), " our job is to improvise, adapt, and overcome" it has taken me far in my trade. and frankly my life. i am very happy for it !

Thank you much!!!! I've been having issues with my home's ducts lately. Example. One of my upstairs bedrooms is a freezer and the room directly across barely gets any cold air. The duct work in the attic is terrible. I have a 2700 square foot home with two AC units which is the state code for Texas based on size of the house. My home is only 12 years old and the ducts in the attic look like they were installed my children. Terrible layout in and around support beams,and squeezed around other ducts. I've done my best to reposition without having to disconnect, but I've realized that the only way to get the desired affect is to rip most of them out and rerun everything. Its a project that I'm not looking forward to once the whether cold down again. For us that means late October. Since I've bought my house I've had to replace almost every major appliance except for the AC, but I have a leaking evaporator coil in one of them. The warranty is 10 years so I got screwed on that one. I bought the house when it was 5 years old. Since I've bought my home I've had to learn everything from installing electrical outlets and wiring them to different breakers to repairing broken pipes when one burst in my kitchen wall a few winters back. I'd much rather do it myself then pay someone to do a job that I am perfectly capable of completing.
post #165 of 291
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Weekend update!!!!

I'm back to where I was before I overloaded the power on my Aquaero. I added a dedicated power cable from my Aquaero to my power supply and replaced the faulty cable from my power supply to my Bitspower station. I was having major USB related issues after the incident occurred. My PC was freezing during initial boot up on the BIOS screen so I had to reinstall the BIOS to fix the issue. I was also having USB issues related to where my Aqua computer devices were connecting to my two hubs. I have seven Aqua computer devices that are connected to the USB hubs, and all of them use the 5 pin USB 2.0 connectors. I noticed that they sometimes came lose and I would have to wiggle them back on to reconnect. My solution came to me as I was trying to fall asleep last night, and I think it's a good one. I decided to wire two Aqua computer devices to a 9 pin USB connector which connects to the USB hub. That way the connector on the hub is much tighter, and less likely to come lose. So each device still has it's 5 pin connector, but two of the 5 pin cables, or one 5 pin and another 4 pin then combine into a single connection which plugs into the hub. I used 22 gauge wire which I think feels a little more sold then the standard 24 or 26 gauge wire. I still sleeved the wire up nicely, and after I finished and connected everything up again it looked very nice. I also made sure to measure out my wiring between devices so when the two cables joined into each connector their was no extra slack.
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jsutter71 I've been using Aquaero since I believe their first release, let's say very long time and I won't be getting into technical details but I will give you piece of advice.

I haven't seen all your posts and how you have all that connected, but let me tell you this...word of warning..........don't use more than 1 pump on aquaero, yes its possible but I wouldn't, even if you boosting voltage with e.g. Bitspower PowerStation or other power PCB they don't really work well in equalizing power, you will fry your aquaeros channel(s) or auqabus system or even the whole unit sooner or later, mark my word.

I know you have 3 pumps, PA is the best solution add them to aquaero as additional channels they are meant for that purpose and run pumps of them to avoid any issues.

I have 4 pumps and all 4 of them run of PA3, the only thing I run of aquaero is 21 fans, RGB and Bitspower PowerStation for my LEDs.

I had 3 aquaeros 6XT and 2 got fired because of trying to put out more power than they are meant for and adding any PCB, they not always passing through the power that its needed.

You still make your choice but if you run into problems that might be the reason.
post #167 of 291
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Just a little bit of overclocking. My CPU is a Core i7 5930K which runs at 3.50GHz

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More overclocking results.

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jsutter71 I've been using Aquaero since I believe their first release, let's say very long time and I won't be getting into technical details but I will give you piece of advice.

I haven't seen all your posts and how you have all that connected, but let me tell you this...word of warning..........don't use more than 1 pump on aquaero, yes its possible but I wouldn't, even if you boosting voltage with e.g. Bitspower PowerStation or other power PCB they don't really work well in equalizing power, you will fry your aquaeros channel(s) or auqabus system or even the whole unit sooner or later, mark my word.

I know you have 3 pumps, PA is the best solution add them to aquaero as additional channels they are meant for that purpose and run pumps of them to avoid any issues.

I have 4 pumps and all 4 of them run of PA3, the only thing I run of aquaero is 21 fans, RGB and Bitspower PowerStation for my LEDs.

I had 3 aquaeros 6XT and 2 got fired because of trying to put out more power than they are meant for and adding any PCB, they not always passing through the power that its needed.

You still make your choice but if you run into problems that might be the reason.

I have my Aquaero running off it's own dedicated power connector and none of my devices draw any power through it.
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