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analogue

but i have built a fan amp (for pumps) so the load is not on the tbalancer as i have
two pumps 10 ultra kaze and 3 yate loons all contolled by tbalancer

the tbalancer ran the mcp355's alone but not all the fans too
Ah so t-balancer controls the amp that feeds pump ?
any drawing for that electric setup ? can figure it myself tho, educated electronic engineer...
post #212 of 273
i am still playing with the best components

i don't have a schematic as of yet but i have been using as current

4 LM338T driven by a LM317T


so basically tbalancer control's lm317 and they control the lm338's

the lm338 is rated for 5 amp's and are Analog

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post #213 of 273
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i realize it's your opinion but why would you think the t-balancer is a waste of money

there is no other fan controller that can do what the t-balancer can do
have you ever owned one
the digital senser's are accurate and you can add more if needed

yes they are over priced but if want the options

i have mine setup for complete silence when my rig is idle

as the t-balacer can read motherboard core temp sensors and adjust fans
and only run 1 fan vs just the water temp as it fluctuates with room temp
and so will the fans

i agree that mcp355 are quiet but i turn them down to 10 volts @ idle
for extended life not noise

and in analogue the tbalancer gets very hot with a decent load
when in pwm it is a lot cooler
I didn't say it was a waste of money, I just personally don't see the need, and don't see why this guy needs it really. However since he has the parts and stuff already, go for it.
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post #214 of 273
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I didn't say it was a waste of money, I just personally don't see the need, and don't see why this guy needs it really.
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In my opinion the T-Balancers are a waste of money
Heh

I love the T-Balancer personally, just have never had the funds to get one. The idea of a system automatically controlling every fan in my case to give me the optimal temperature vs noise configuration, without me having to do anything, is awesome
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Oh maybe i did say it
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Hey guys anyone with a pic of the four pin molecular on a 355. I sleeved mine and am now confused which silts the wires go into. Thanks
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Hey! I got a Laing DDC 3.2 (blue impeller) with Alphacool Reservoir Top. The air-bubbles are giving me a serious head-ache with this reservoir. Is the XSPC Res Top good for getting rid of the bubbles, or should i get something else?
    
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Hey! I got a Laing DDC 3.2 (blue impeller) with Alphacool Reservoir Top. The air-bubbles are giving me a serious head-ache with this reservoir. Is the XSPC Res Top good for getting rid of the bubbles, or should i get something else?
See if you can find an open sponge similar to what they use on the BP mini tank. I had one and it works pretty well to eliminate vortexing.

Sounds like you have just the right condition for vortexing and need something to stop the stirring action going on in the reservoir. That or maybe some sort of plastic piece...just need to stop the movement in the tank.
    
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Thanks for the response Martin. I put some plastic mesh on the top of the reservoir in order to stop the air bubbles forming there. Now my loop is air bubble free.


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post #220 of 273
Hullo. My first post in this thread.

I have two pumps; one bought 3rd November, the other bought 7th December. They are both now in an XSPC 5.25" bay dual res/top. The box for the last one says DDC-3.25TPMP. As far as I know they are the same, both bought from the same supplier and both listed on invoices as "Laing DDC 3.25 12V 18W Version"

One feeds the CPU loop, the newer one feeds two Palit 460GTX with EK-FC GS/SONIC - Acetal + Nickel GPU water cooling blocks in a second loop. Each loop has its own RX360 XSPC radiator.

The newer one runs between 4470 and 4591 RPM. The older one runs between 4299 and 4411 RPM. Is that normal? That's a 140 to 180 RPM difference.

Does anyone know why this might be?
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