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|12-07-2019 05:24 PM|
|GTXJackBauer||I think it could be within the margin of error so it functions as it should, just not by the Fluke standards if you will.|
|12-07-2019 08:35 AM|
|l Nuke l||guys i am having a hard time calibrating the calitemp dont know if its faulty or this is just the way it is. so right now i have a fluke thermometer reading ambient temp and i have a regular aquaero temp sensor and calitemp hooked up also. the 3 are taped together so i can better calibrate them to the fluke. the regular temp sensor that came with the aquaero wasnt to hard to calibrate. had to set it to -70ticks and now its in sync with the fluke. problem is no matter how i set the calitemp it will never sync correctly. its fine when the temp isnt fluctuating. but as soon as the temp in my room dips 2 degrees or goes up by 2 degrees it lags behind the fluke and the other temp sensor. example. if the temp is 20c i can set the cali temp at 20c and it will stay there and read the same as the other two but as soon as temp in room raises 2 degrees the calitemp will still read 20c or maybe 20.5 while the other two will read the correct temp of 22c. and the same if temp drops. i dont have it connected in my loop yet. just using it to read ambient air temps .any thought or ideas? dont want to connect it to my loop if its not gonna read accurately. might just resort to running the loop with a fluke temperature probe in my reservoir for accurate readings. or maybe i need to order a new calitemp.|
|12-06-2019 04:26 AM|
|12-04-2019 02:45 PM|
|Shawnb99||So upgraded to Aquasuite X.9 and I lost all my custom fan names. Also had to upgrade the firmware on my Quadro's for some reason yet never asked when I was on X.4|
|12-04-2019 08:36 AM|
^^ same way I used to do it.
everything but PCI-E devices on the small PSU, and GPU section on the big boy. (3x Gk110 @ 1.4 sucks a lot of power)
|12-04-2019 08:26 AM|
Anyway both products are good for most cases. Add2PSU is great when you want to hide cabling because the adapter cable is ugly as sin. On the other hand, the adapter cable is 100% foolproof and uses no extra connectors. In the end, it's a matter of preference.
The way I use the PSUs is one powering everything except for the GPUs and the other only powering the GPUs (dual 8-pin each). That way, if either PSU dies, the components are not affected.
|12-04-2019 06:54 AM|
|skupples||yeah idr anymore. there was a lot of talk when add2psu started releasing their stuff that it was the safer of the two products, between it Vs. a harness, due to the relay. I really like their newest one with the timer. It makes me wanna go back to using 2x PSUs just so my pumps and fans will keep spinning thru a crash/for a set amount of time after shutdown.|
|12-03-2019 01:19 PM|
|war4peace||Not sure what you mean. That cable links two PSUs together, it only splits the two command wires enabling both PSUs to start at the same time when the power button is pressed, nothing else. If one PSU goes boom, the other is not affected. For power issues I have the Aquaero relay.|
|12-03-2019 09:40 AM|
|skupples||yep, but did they ever build any safety into it?|
|12-03-2019 09:38 AM|
sounded like he wanted two running at the same time, one not connected to the board. if so, best bet is add2psu.
Just only plug the devices you want powered into the PSU and use a PSU jumper.
Does what add2psu does, except it doesn't use a molex.
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