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post #1 of 14
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Hi,

I have a BigNg and MiniNG on my system. The BigNG controls 3 fans and some sensors. The MiniNg controls one fan and my water pump.

The probem I'm having is configuration of the MiniNg to run the Liang DCC 3.2 pump at 75% and the fan at 50% on startup. Is it possible to save these settings to a startup profile via the T-Balancer software? If so, what are the steps to accomplish this?

Currently, the startup values of the MiniNG are 100% on the fan and waterpump. After startup I can use T-Balancer to change it to 75% and 50... It just doesn't take for startup.

It will also display 4 messages that state sensor not found, fan blockage, and critical temperature reached. The sensors are connected correctly and nothing is blocking the fans.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

This is what it reports after startup.


This is what it says after I manually change the settings via t-balancer

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post #2 of 14
I personally have not used those program and never would. I would never have software maintain the hardware that cools my computer. Why would you wanna run your pump at less than 100% anyways?
post #3 of 14
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The major reason is because my pump get's extremely hot. 75% give excellent flow and lowers the temp of the pump to around 48c, at 100% im pushing around 54c.

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post #4 of 14
What Rad are you using and what are your CPU temps?
post #5 of 14
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Rad is a P120.1. Quad core Temps
tcase 25-35c depending on load.

The cores come in around 37c - 58c depending on load.
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post #6 of 14
a 120 rad for a Quad is your big problem, not the pump's heat.
post #7 of 14
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The temps going into and ouf of the rad are rather low. When I give it the touch test, it's cool to the touch too so i'm not sure if a bigger rad would make that much of a difference.
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post #8 of 14
What are your CPU temps?
post #9 of 14
I have this same prob. Hot Hot Hot DDC. I had to dump my xspc res/top to get temps down.

I am looking around for a small fan to somehow stick underneath. Last act I can think of to try and remedy it.
post #10 of 14
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I bought some copper heat sinks that I was going to place on the sides of the motor.

Not sure why it gets so hot.
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