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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-07-2018, 11:50 AM - Thread Starter
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The fix was to modify the Splitty9.

I ran the 4 pin input from the aquaero to the output of the Splitty9, 1 fan on the RPM labeled header and the other 3 you have to cut the 3 pin on each header.

Resolved the EK EVO issue with the aquaero
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post #12 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-01-2019, 10:44 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by NYSE View Post
I ran the 4 pin input from the aquaero to the output of the Splitty9, 1 fan on the RPM labeled header and the other 3 you have to cut the 3 pin on each header
Apologies for the /necro, but if anyone can shed some light here;

- Am assuming that by "3rd pin" you meant removing the tach header? 'Cause the other way round, it would be the 12v?
- Assuming i'm right in the first question, i'm missing something very central here.. why would there be an "active" tach pin on each and every fan header? Doesn't make sense.. the Splitty (if jumper sits correctly) is a simple fan hub; meaning that in said mode, it only 'reads' one tach, rest of the headers only have three pins active: Gd, 12V and Pulse (pwm). There shouldn't be a need to cut or mask anything.. Right?

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