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post #21 of 24
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cleaned out the cpu block as was some gunk in it, not loads but some.

re filled loop and now reading as follows -

with digmesa 5.6 mm
167 l/h or 0.737 gal/min

with the aqua computers high flow
252 l/h or 1.114 gal/min

so cleaning the cpu block has made a huge difference it seems, manual cleaning from now on.

Many thanks for your help its been much appreciated.

I will look at the fan curve settings etc and if its ok come back to you if i have any setup issues with it.

Belated Happy easter smile.gif
post #22 of 24
The only flow sensor setting to use is the Aquacomp high flow. The other two digimesa are much older different model sensors and and the sizes are the internal diameter of the sensor, it is not related to tube size that you use with them.
Fan and pump control curves are also not related to flow sensor function or settings, it is completely independant.

The different generations of d5 PWM doesn't really matter here as it is reporting full speed. The older pumps just aren't properly controllable but that doesn't limit the pressure they create.

250L/h is right what you should be getting with that loop.

I was getting constant cpu block gunking with soft tubing. Hard tubing totally eliminates it, and the EK ZMT tube seems to do nearly the same.
Edited by Ashcroft - 4/18/17 at 4:45pm
post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by lovan6 View Post

Place the water temp sensor on your rad out and not on the drain valve. Getting 116 Lph is getting better than before. You hit the right nail. Congrats!

You need to create a fan curve controller for fan and pump. You need a curve in order for the flow sensor to function correctly.

Also you need to use virtual sensor to get delta T


I provide a link for you on my previous reply. I made a detailed instruction on how to set the fan and pump curve.

Read the whole thread carefully and that flow sensor should function properly.

wheres the link on creating a fan curve please based of the pump/water temps?
post #24 of 24
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Originally Posted by Ashcroft View Post

The only flow sensor setting to use is the Aquacomp high flow. The other two digimesa are much older different model sensors and and the sizes are the internal diameter of the sensor, it is not related to tube size that you use with them.
Fan and pump control curves are also not related to flow sensor function or settings, it is completely independant.

The different generations of d5 PWM doesn't really matter here as it is reporting full speed. The older pumps just aren't properly controllable but that doesn't limit the pressure they create.

250L/h is right what you should be getting with that loop.

I was getting constant cpu block gunking with soft tubing. Hard tubing totally eliminates it, and the EK ZMT tube seems to do nearly the same.

interesting will look into this further
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