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Wednesday, July 3rd 2019, 4:24pm

Author: Nrg91

NEW: farbwerk 360

Today I changed my splitty4, hoping to solve the problem of lighting the Corsair ML 120 Pro RGB LEDs, I also changed the RgbPx cable, but the LEDs still don't work. Too bad the splitty4 is given compatible with the Farbwerk 360, I am very disappointed. The LED strips instead work well. The Farberwerk firmware is the last available (1006) Can anyone give me an answer?

Friday, April 26th 2019, 2:28pm

Author: Nrg91

NEW: farbwerk 360

No one has this problem ??

Saturday, April 20th 2019, 2:42pm

Author: Nrg91

NEW: farbwerk 360

Quoted from "Syberon" Quoted from "Nrg91" I tried also to change the RgbPx cable but it doesn't change anything, how come ?? Did you connect fans to Splitty4 in right order? It has a 4 ports and lighting connectors needs to be connected in chain from 1-st port to 4-rd without empty ports between connected fans. Yes, they are connected in the correct order The splitty4 previously was connected to the D5 Next and worked well I also tried to put the Splitty4 RgbPx cable in series with the strips, ...

Friday, April 19th 2019, 4:19pm

Author: Nrg91

NEW: farbwerk 360

I have just installed the Farbwerk 360, only that my Corsair ML 120 RGB connected with the Splitty4 do not work, the LEDs do not light up The strips included in the bundle work instead I tried also to change the RgbPx cable but it doesn't change anything, how come ??

Tuesday, February 12th 2019, 8:55pm

Author: Nrg91

D5 Next Flow Sensor

Sorry I forgot to say my loop: 1x Alphacool XT 45 360mm 1x Xspc Rx V3 240mm 1x Ekwb Supremacy Evo 1x Ekwb Rx Vega 64 3x 90 degrees fittings 4x 45 degrees fittings 2x normal fittings 1x D5 Next The Koolance flowmeter measured 3.7 L / m, while the D5 Next flowmeter measures 100-110 L / h Making a calculation is as if the Aquacomputer flowmeter scored 1.83 L / m I specify that I am talking about the virtual flowmeter of the D5 Next

Tuesday, February 12th 2019, 3:41pm

Author: Nrg91

D5 Next Flow Sensor

Hi everyone I have a Aquacomputer D5 Next, I can not make the flow sensor work properly Setting the pump to 100%, tells me that the flow is too low, while setting it to 90% can calculate an estimate, although I think it is low 120l / h With the Koolance flowmeter I had before, the flow was around 200l / h I did the calibration as instructed, and I am using the Double Protect Ultra Aquacomputer as liquid