Originally Posted by netman
unfortunately nothing - i miss the full control of the fans
I finally Got Sick of it, and Bought an Aquaero. I also have purchased several AquaComputer Quadro's now as well for other builds, and I would HIGHLY recommend those for any one that doesn't need all the extra water cooling features, but just wants to have complete control of their fans, with no limits at all, and sick of ASUS' Fan Controllers. Grab yourself a Quadro on Amazon, its only compatible with PWM fans, but assuming that what you are using anyway, you will love this.
The Software that comes with it, "Aquasuite", allows you to do a lot of really powerful things, like if you wanted to take 2 Temperature Probes, plug them into the Quadro, stick one in front of the Front Intake, and One after the Exhaust, you can create a Temperature Differential Virtual Sensor between the 2, and then base your fan curves off of that. Once your Curves are setup you never have to open Aquasuite again if you don't want to, and your fan curves will just work.
The Aquaero is more powerful in this regard because it will actually do the processing necessary for those virtual sensors on board of the Aquaero, meaning you could even disconnect its USB, and boot into Linux and its fan curves will still work, but if you do all your work in Windows, The Quadro will be enough for most people.
You will no longer have any fan malfunctions, and there is no limit, either High or Low, on how you set your fan curve. You also can import ANY sensor off of HWinfo, or direct from your Mobo, that you want to base your Fan Curve off of, and can do really cool things like set a fan to only turn on at all once a certain temperature is reached, or to have all your fan curves respond to which ever temperature in your system is highest, literally the possibilities are endless. This is the sole reason You see me no longer in here b***hing about ASUS' bugged fan Controller and Super IO Chip, I decided to just stop using it and got something MUCH better.