Originally Posted by Tolkmod
Sounds good, thanks for all the input guys.
I'm just going to stick to the in-out probes on my radiators and leave it at that.
Those are the only two sensors I have IN my loop.
You should also monitor room ambient. Put one temp sensor in FRONT of the case intake. You can never cool lower than room ambient. (Do not place directly near the rad or it WILL pick up radiant heat.)
The difference between your rad outlet and your intake is the loop Delta (difference). This is a very effective metric to use when setting up fan curves.
I monitor room ambient away from my case on an extender. I also monitor the intake temps on both rads, interior case temp and finally exhaust temp. But I am an old HVAC guy so I can use that info for tweaking. I also have an Aquaero 6 LT
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