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As you guys run across posts and get feedback on which PWM fans work in large numbers with the A6, please post it so I can update the Known Issues and Compatibility section in the 1st post.

@ Shoggy, can you post the preferred link to the latest Aquasuite firmware edition so I can add it to the 1st post, Thanks in advance,


@ Everyone, if you know or have a link to Aquasuite tutorials or guides, please post them and I'll put them in a section in the 1st post.


Thanks in advance, together we make this club rock . . . . band.gif



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@ Shoggy, can you post the preferred link to the latest Aquasuite firmware edition so I can add it to the 1st post, Thanks in advance
Just link to http://aquacomputer.de/tl_files/aquacomputer/downloads/aquasuite/aquasuite_setup.exe - it is always the latest version and the firmware can not be downloaded separately since it is integrated into the aquasuite. So when you use the latest version you will also have the latest firmware.

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http://forums.overclockers.com.au/showthread.php?t=1060642  (Modding a D5 Vario into an AC D5 with a Mps PCB)
We do not sell these boards separately! This guy only got a new controller board since we were under the (wrong) impression he wanted to repair his USB version of the pump and not modding another normal pump with it.

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We do not sell these boards separately! This guy only got a new controller board since we were under the (wrong) impression he wanted to repair his USB version of the pump and not modding another normal pump with it.

 

LOLLLL. It's funny, i was actually gonna put (Sorry Shoggy) in parenthesis next to that one

 

I know you don't sell the PCB's, but it doesn't necessarily mean people can't do the mod if they have an extra one. If you want me to edit that link out of the post, let me know :p 

 

Edit: For instance, for somebody that already owns a D5 Vario, but want the Aquabus control. They could just spend 50 bux instead of the extra 140 for a new pump

 

Still gives business to Aquacomputer and might save some1 money....

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