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Any alternatives to the t-blanacer?

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Hi, im looking for a fan controller to achieve a variety of tasks, which it seems like the t-blancer can do, but is there any alternatives?
I want to be able to control my water pump speed dependent on cpu temperature.
control chipset fan (although can be done from mo board)
control radiator temps based on a probe input also a secondary input ot control the same fans based on case ambient temperature (my radiators are case mounted)
possibly fire up memory cooler fans again based on probe temp

the goal is on demand cooling, with quiet running and energy efficiency when under little load, although my pc is pretty quiet right now id just be happier to refine the setup without going for quiet fans etc

I see a few years ago there was a good choice of usb interfaced controllers, but t-balnacer seems the only choice right now
    
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post #2 of 7
Have a look at this.

The Aquaero 5

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^ Seconded. It's available in several different models depending on how much you want to spend, and they even make a water block for it.
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Don't know if it's any good but there is also this one : http://www.koolance.com/water-coolin...product_id=797.
Edited by mm67 - 4/12/11 at 9:45pm
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thankyou these both look like great options
Ill read into them a little more as i get time, need to work out how pump control is handled (and check the wattage of my pump)
    
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thankyou these both look like great options
Ill read into them a little more as i get time, need to work out how pump control is handled (and check the wattage of my pump)
I'm not sure what the wattage limits are of the Koolance controller, but the Aquaero 5 can handle 20 watts per channel (and 12 watts on the PWM channels; NOT the 4-pin, that's analog; I mean the 2 PWM-based channels) with a max of 60 watts for the whole thing. Naturally the analog limits are raised with better cooling, but by how much is unknown.

Actual pump control is set up in software and you can configure it however it will let you.
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Awesome just found my first stumbling point, my current pump is 110/240v :S (coolermaster aquagate) i do have a 12v pump spare at home, but would have to remake my cooling loop grr
    
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