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Originally Posted by geggeg View Post

lol I am glad I am not the only noob interested in learning how to do that. B-neg, fast_fate: I would really appreciate knowing exactly what to do. Since my build is complete I may end up having to use that ugly Aquaero power connect cable but I am willing to chop up my 24 pin ATX cable if that works.
Hmm - that ugly cable is really ugly though.
Good news is that you don't need it - just the actual 2 pin or 3 pin (depending on your model) relay connector to plug into the Aquaero biggrin.gif
The standby wire is a good option for testing and commissioning (but not essential - splice 2 wires off your 24 pin loom if you want to, as I did) - BUT once you have your USB cable connected the Aquaero gets it's standby power for display and function control from the USB, I kept the standby plug in anyways without issue thumb.gif
The relay wire that I spliced into wiring loom is also just for testing and commissioning - once up and running I put a switch inline in the on position so it's like a super long power supply on cable on the 24 pin to motherboard.
In the pic you can see the switch with the on/off markers behind the AQ, the other switch is for pump on/off.

Got myself re-familiarized with Aquaero today - half made test bed will get finished one day rolleyes.gif
Just the motherboard section done to date - made it so the tray can slide in & out.

VERY simple set up consisting of... (Click to show)
XSPC BayRes with MCP355 pump - pump on molex connector with inline switch (to test pump fail functions of Aquaero later), pump tacho to mobo cpu header.
outlet of pump through a new Bitspower flow meter I wanted to try with mobo connection, but rpm too low under (200) and wouldn't boot without setting to ignore the header in the BIOS - so I put it onto fan 1 header on AQ and enabled special fan setting on fan 1 header to be flow meter input.
After that goes to the single 120mm rad which has an AquaComputer flow meter on inlet with wire going to flow on the AQ.
Single 120 mm fan going to AQ fan 2 header
single 120mm rad and one fan - fan connected to fan port 2 on Aquaero.
out of rad into VRM block
into cpu block
return to res.


tried for double protection against failed pump (Click to show)
I wanted to test multiple pump fail options which is why I first hooked the Bitspower flow meter the the mobo, and then the pump tacho.
Seems to me that another software has to be running for this to work - either speedfan or AISuite in the case of this Rampage IV Formula board.
I set BIOS to shut down if rpm went below 200 on the cpu header that I connected to.
Well the Bitspower didn't even spin up to 200 rpm so couldn't boot.
The pumps rpm is reading about 3700.
I flicked the switch on pumps power supply and watched and waited and waited and waited.
No system shutdown until I pulled the plug as temps approached danger levels.
This is why I think that AISuite must also have to be running to monitor the BIOS settings.
BUT if I'm running AquaSuite why run more software - same deal for speedfan
so no double back up for pump fail - based on no flow rate/rpm
Power on / off with the Aquaero remote (Click to show)
As BNeg posted you can use the remote to power on & off the system with a cable form the 2 pin PWR header (front panel) to the Aquaero relay header - and yes pins 1 and 3 are correct to use this function.
I was wrong about the pins in another post - worked for testing without damaging anything but never tried to boot up (which it didn't of course)
Should be pretty easy to navigate the Aquaero menus to get this working...let's have a go using the remote's keys....you can use the Aquaero fascia buttons also.
event log (top right button) and then OK
use arrow keys to navigate to infrared section and press OK
navigate down to the switch pc on/off via infrared and press OK
navigate to "action to switch on the pc" and press enter.
this is where I use the switch relay for 2 seconds option - to me seems like same as pressing the power on button (well just a bit longer) that bit longer seems to cause no harm ??

If you wanted to use the remote to switch off the PC for some reason, navigate to same area, I use the switch relay for 10 seconds option.
This to me seems like holding the power button down for an extended time to get a system shutdown - as sometimes with system lock ??.

BUT if someone can confirm my relay settings are OK would be great - I know they work, just not sure if my relay timings are correct.

How to set up Aquaero in Aquasuite to shut down in the event of pump failure.
You could do this with the pump's tacho signal with fan rpm speed dropping below X rpm also,
BUT what I wanted to test was if the flow meter's would work also and how to set it up to turn off the PC.
Being ass about I'll tell you first that it works and works very swiftly.
BUT it only protects against pump failure - OR power to pump issue causing it to not work.
If a leak crops up, it's going to do damage before your set "low" flow rate triggers alarm and or pc shut down.
and shut down only shuts the pc down, as much as different things I tried standby power to motherboard is still on.
so for pump failure this is how to configure Aquasuite with flow meter input to shut the system down with low or no flow from the sensor.

First I would suggest ensuring that AquaSuite always starts with windows
in AquaSuite on the left hand menu click AquaSuite, then settings, then in middle of page make sure that the "start aquasuite with windows" box is checked.


Now we need to set some alarm actions....
on the left6 menu click aquero (or whatever you might have named it previously)
2/3 rds way down click on alarm actions
For purpose of this exercise I have 4 alarm action made, Normal operation, Warning, Alarm and Shut Down (click the tick next to Alarm/Warning to rename to what you want)
Normal Operation actions - Speed Signal On & Buzzer OFF
Warning Actions - Speed Signal On & Buzzer Cycle on/off (use the plus sign on the right to add the second action)
Alarm Actions - Speed Signal On & Buzzer ON
Shut Down - Relay switch for 2 seconds


Now we have to set an alarm - in this case we want AquaSuite to do something if flow rate drops below xx liters per minute (or gallons if you so please)
Click Alarm Configuration on the left.
Open Flow Alarms by clicking anywhere on the blue line.
Choose you data source - flow meter - either Flow 1 OR Flow 2, I chose Flow 1 being the AquaComputer flow meter just before the rad.
Now choose the flow drops below limits option for what will trigger the alarm.
Warning limit - up to you but I chose a number equal to 75% of my usual flow rate on the flow meter - so 150 liters per minute for me.
Alarm Limit - I chose a number 20% of the normal flow rate so 20 is the number I entered here.
Now choose the flow drops below limits option for what will trigger the alarm.
Now to set the event that will happen
Warning Limit - option 3 that was set earlier with continuous buzzer seems the best fit so I chose what I had renamed to Warning Alarm
and what we wanted to do from the outset....
Alarm Limit is set to Shut Down - option 4 that was renamed earlier.


Now test out your handiwork by cutting power to your pump thumb.gif
Windows even gives a quick shut down message.
and when start up next time no "didn't shut down correctly screen" but straight o log in.

Hope this helps those who were interested.
Works a treat biggrin.gif
post #62752 of 106431
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This looks just like my old project biggrin.gif

Actually, it was you and Craven that inspired me! thumb.gif
    
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A couple more things came in smile.gif.

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Originally Posted by hamed599 View Post

Sorry for my question.But I really need to know I may want to buy Aquaero 6 XT fan controller .does that work with all sensors?For example :
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16902/ex-tub-1370/Bitspower_G14_Thread_Flow_Sensor_-_Black_Sparkle_BP-FS-CLBKBK.html?tl=g30c229
or
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/23235/koo-395/Koolance_Coolant_Inline_Flow_Meter_w_Temperature_Sensor_10K_Ohm_-_Black_SEN-FM18T10.html?tl=g30c229
and of this statement:
Again, sorry for my question
thank you

Pretty much all the 2 pin sensors work,they are all the same diode in different packages.

In other news,loom has been strapped and the clearcoat has been started...

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Ok, Acrylics are done!

Take a look smile.gif






I also painted my Corsair Light Bar kit. Turned out good!
No one sane person can call that Pink smile.gif


More info / pics in my build log (also pics of my previous 5-6 mods in this build)
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Ok, Acrylics are done!

Take a look smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





I also painted my Corsair Light Bar kit. Turned out good!
No one sane person can call that Pink smile.gif


More info / pics in my build log (also pics of my previous 5-6 mods in this build)
Check it out Here

Very nice. See ya you using the monsoon fittings. Dang, I may just sell off my Primochill ones, and go with those instead for my build.
     
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What kinda loop should I put together for an A10-7850K? I'm saving for that instead of bmaverick DDC, I think the new rig should come first.
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Seeing all these acrylic builds are going to make me spend money i dn't have....biggrin.gif
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I got some sleeves mayne




My build is a "working" work in progress. thumb.gif


I am partially color blind. So tell me, in that last picture, that coolant is slightly green isn't it? It looks like a pea soup green to me..
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I got some sleeves mayne




My build is a "working" work in progress. thumb.gif


I am partially color blind. So tell me, in that last picture, that coolant is slightly green isn't it? It looks like a pea soup green to me..

In the shadows its looks kinda green, otherwise it looks yellow.
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