And it's "cheap"! 40EUR in EU.
The AquaSuite software is included for every compatible accessories with an USB internal connection. So, if you buy also a Flow Meter with an integrated USB controller, the software is included with free upgrades for a period based on the class of the device bought.
After, IF you want to keep the upgrading service, you pay 9 EUR one year, 15 for 2 years, Or buy another device. But the version you had before the expiration of your upgrade service, is for life, so, it's not a big deal if it's working ? .
BTWm here you can find the sensors, flow, pressure, temp, etc.
I have the last of the list, an "Flow sensor high flow G1/4 for aquaero, aquastream XT ultra and poweradjust" + the "Flow 3 PIN cable that is not included.
I've chosen this because I had the QUADRO so I can connect them, but of course you can buy also only the Flow Sensor with the USB connection.It's the same
BTW, here you can see how can be compact the system even with a 40mm rad (the only sticking out part is the flow connector).
Under AIDA stressing both GPU and CPU for 60 minutes I got only 10 degrees of DELTA between the coolant and the ambient temperature, MAX 77 degree for the CPU and 47 degrees for the GPU.
So eager to try the XE!!
Would you pick the same radiator starting from scratch? Do you feel any benefits with 3 fans or going with thicker rad would be better option?
Not sure if I had already asked you this.
Originally I was thinking micro or mini led because it would be easy to control and conform to different sizes. However, cost would probably be an issue for people. Another option here would be to do a pixelated disay similar to top of the g14 from Asus.
As what @Wahaha360 mentioned since then we have started to look at eink or LCD. LCD for infinity mirror is showing more promise but would require special tooling to make up for some of the restrains we decided we needed (such as wireless).
Having started to think we should put it behind the infinity mirror has opened some new easier doors to work with but new constraints. I'm in process of testing now. I am actually thinking direct light led matrix similar to what you'd find in old school digital alarm clocks would look super cool in the infinity mirror. I am a little concerned about the detail of the display being hard to read when reflected a million times.
I'll check into it, however, I suspect the reflective is based on a coated glass solution? This might make it tough to fit into the infinity mirror area. I have considered other applications such as wireless eink, and such.Sharp has a line of 'memory LCDs' that might suit your needs; they're persistent and highly reflective. A small company has designed a new handheld around this display, it's called the Playdate. A couple of game devs I know have played prototypes and raved about this screen. Something to look into.
Agreed, tried it with my screens and was really disappointed with the result.Originally I wanted to do this, but we sort of decided against it cause to make it readable it would potentially take up a lot of the grill blocking airflow. I've tested an individual wired pixel display with individual LEDs on each hole but this isn't practical for the home user as there are wires everywhere. Airflow wasn't affected though
Normally RGB is hard to pull off, but that Phanteks Halo looks great on Chromax!I just checked the depth through the top panel down to the edge of the motherboard; 45 mm (assuming 1mm panel thickness). There are some challenges though, as the width of this space is narrower than 120mm. The space from panel to bracket is 43mm, i guess if you don't use brackets at all it's 44mm.
For now, I'm running slim Noctuas, chromax thanks to @pwnedundies ! Attached Phanteks halos as well. So that's 20.5 mm radiator + 15mm fan (no rubber pads) + 6mm Phanteks Halo= 41.5mm.
I think it's best not to assume things of others. @fabio could be very wealthy, a water-cooling enthusiastic extraordinaire, or wants a quiet compute PC for his work or something else. Or all of the above.
I'm over here playing Halo Master Chief collection with a 1080ti. GPU doesn't even hit max clocks.
Bruh. Here I thought we have reached maximum aesthetics points with the normal distro plate. Putting a screen there would be bonkers.2020-04-19 Update: Distro Infinity
As I mentioned prior, I think the Distro Plate is a superior alternative to Custom hard tubes. The Distro Plate can work with existing tubes with minimal bends, and it can loop in GPU without complication.
Thanks to Metroversal for the photoshop work to help me illustrate the Distro Infinity Plate.
Thermo might help me prototype a E-Ink or LCD display where the Infinity Mirror is located. I like to show temps, fan speed and some info on that area. I want these stats to *float in the middle of the blackhole / void created by Infinity Mirror.
I have seen about 7 or 8 build logs in Chinese forums (definitely QQ buyers) and perhaps I will remember to link them here when I come across them.more like 1 in 300, as I've not seen much content (particularly in regards to trying things out) of the buyers from QQ. ?
I'll check into it, however, I suspect the reflective is based on a coated glass solution? This might make it tough to fit into the infinity mirror area. I have considered other applications such as wireless eink, and such.