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11-17-2019 08:17 AM
GTXJackBauer I posted a question there but was confused by the response I got. The dial confuses me thinking its an override. What happens if that thing moves slightly while moving the case around or some how it does move while in a stationary position or if its suppose to be in a certain spot in order to function properly via PWM signal to MB or AQ header.
11-17-2019 12:30 AM
iamjanco Hopefully, we'll find out soon enough, Aenra. I updated my previous post with a link to the question I posted about it over on the AC forum.

Could be it also provides additional functionality when used with the latest and greatest from AC (like their newest pumps).

Oh, and yw

Edit: I just went an reread the Shoggy's OP about the new Splitty 9 and from the sound of it, I understand that one of the new functions of the splitter is to provide an adjustable switching threshold that can be used to halt pwm fans that fall below a certain point (rpm). That's good to hear as well and I think that's what you were asking about.

The question I posed has more to do with the PWM signal amplification functionality that is mentioned in Shoggy's post. Either way, we'll hopefully know Monday.
11-17-2019 12:16 AM
Aenra (thanks for the rep Janco)
You know electronics better than me, it being why your post gives me pause, lol
Are you certain that's what the knob's for? Asking as it's mentioned in the same paragraph with fan turn-offs (ie at will), even when they don't support said function :S

/imwithstupid
11-17-2019 12:07 AM
iamjanco Looks like they added an adjustable pot (variable resistor) that might equate the splitter to the DivaMod. I'll see if I can't firm that info up (I posted the question at AC).

Might compensate for pullup levels in pwm fans that don't meet the pwm spec (like the BeQuiet SW3s); or as mentioned on their site, to compensate for the extra load on the pwm signal that certain fan combinations might induce (e.g., like driving nine fans using the same pwm signal) .

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PWM signal amplification: When using a passive splitter, each connected fan puts a strain on the PWM signal of the fan output - depending on fan output and fan type, even a small number of fans might overload the PWM signal, the fans cannot be controlled in this case. SPLITTY9 ACTIVE amplifies the PWM signal to be able to control problematic fans with out-of-spec PWM inputs.
11-16-2019 11:10 PM
Aenra Where was this half a year ago damn it!
Will probably buy four for the next build, no way i'm disassembling now.. again..

And kudos for listening to be honest, you finally ticked all the (right this time) boxes: External power supply, PWM amplification for where it's needed, pricing's good too. Wasn't a fan of any of your previous solutions, given what the competition offered. So definitely great to see this.

Manual doesn't list the knob's specifics, am assuming '1' is lowest and '3' highest? And what revolutions exactly do they designate?

Attachment 306678

https://shop.aquacomputer.de/product...oducts_id=3830
10-23-2019 04:57 PM
zeroibis Does anyone know how to get the current time to display on an overview page? I really would like to add the current time to my desktop along with the other data I usually display.


So far I have tired coding it manually but I do not know how to make it update... lol
Code:
<UserControl
    x:Name="this"
    xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"
    xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml"
    xmlns:mc="http://schemas.openxmlformats.org/markup-compatibility/2006" 
    xmlns:d="http://schemas.microsoft.com/expression/blend/2008" 
    xmlns:sys="clr-namespace:System;assembly=mscorlib"
    mc:Ignorable="d" d:DesignHeight="300" d:DesignWidth="300">
    <Grid>
        <!--default background-->

        <!--user defined text-->
        <!--Content: contains the displayed text-->
 <TextBlock  Name="tbArrivalDateTime"
            Text="{Binding Source={x:Static sys:DateTime.Now},
                   StringFormat='{}{0:HH:mm}'}"
                   VerticalAlignment="Center"
                   Height="Auto" 
                Width="Auto"
                FontFamily="Segoe UI"
                Foreground="#FFF"
                   FontSize="50"
                   Grid.Row="3"
                   Grid.Column="1"
                   Margin="0,0,0,0"
                   HorizontalAlignment="Left"/>
    </Grid>
</UserControl>
10-19-2019 10:29 PM
GTXJackBauer
Quote: Originally Posted by oreonutz View Post
Hey Guys, I just purchased me a MPS Flow 200. I do own an Aquaero 6 XT but I only use it as a Fan Controller in my Server, and have never spent any quality time playing with and learning the software, I know just enough to set my Fan Profile. The MPS Flow 200 Flow Sensor is being installed into my Ryzen 9 3900x Build, so that I can measure my Flow Rate, and this build does not have an Aquaero. Is it possible to plug in the MPS Flow 200 via USB to my Mobo, and just have HWinfo read the Flow Rate and External Temp Sensor, or will I need to download and install the Aquaero Software on this Build as well in order to display the MPS Sensors in HWinfo? It will be here on Tuesday, so won't get to experiment until then, but was hoping you fine people could educate me! Thank You!
If it has USB, it can be used as a standalone unit with the Aquaero Software. That pretty much goes for all their gear that has USB. Either work with the controller via Aquabus or standalone via USB.
10-19-2019 04:10 PM
Shawnb99
Quote: Originally Posted by oreonutz View Post
Hey Guys, I just purchased me a MPS Flow 200. I do own an Aquaero 6 XT but I only use it as a Fan Controller in my Server, and have never spent any quality time playing with and learning the software, I know just enough to set my Fan Profile. The MPS Flow 200 Flow Sensor is being installed into my Ryzen 9 3900x Build, so that I can measure my Flow Rate, and this build does not have an Aquaero. Is it possible to plug in the MPS Flow 200 via USB to my Mobo, and just have HWinfo read the Flow Rate and External Temp Sensor, or will I need to download and install the Aquaero Software on this Build as well in order to display the MPS Sensors in HWinfo? It will be here on Tuesday, so won't get to experiment until then, but was hoping you fine people could educate me! Thank You!
I can confirm the MPS400 flow meter can be read in HWinfo. Though I do have Auqasuite installed but I don't think that should matter
10-19-2019 03:23 PM
oreonutz Hey Guys, I just purchased me a MPS Flow 200. I do own an Aquaero 6 XT but I only use it as a Fan Controller in my Server, and have never spent any quality time playing with and learning the software, I know just enough to set my Fan Profile. The MPS Flow 200 Flow Sensor is being installed into my Ryzen 9 3900x Build, so that I can measure my Flow Rate, and this build does not have an Aquaero. Is it possible to plug in the MPS Flow 200 via USB to my Mobo, and just have HWinfo read the Flow Rate and External Temp Sensor, or will I need to download and install the Aquaero Software on this Build as well in order to display the MPS Sensors in HWinfo? It will be here on Tuesday, so won't get to experiment until then, but was hoping you fine people could educate me! Thank You!
10-15-2019 02:58 PM
skupples as stated, I was forced to re-license aquasuite (more like this specific device for aquasuite if I remember correctly) after like 5 years of ownership to regain access to changing stuff via software.

so yeah, you're right... just don't be surprised when you get hit with the bill for 5 more years of software access

i'd pull up my profile on their site, but i'm kinda in charge of blocking stuff, and don't whitelist myself. pretty sure i'm good thru 2023 now.
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