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DRF

Junior Member

Objective All In One ! Will this work ? [Schema included]

Thursday, July 18th 2019, 7:45pm



Hello there from France, i'm new to this forum and this is a pleasure to me as i'm finally finishing a project i started a while ago (with some pauses).
First, this is about a simple water loop over a dual system in a double TT X5 Core case.
I learned about AquaComputer products and determined what would interest me.



I would like to accomplish the connection of Riing Trio 14 Radiator Fans TT Premium Edition fans on the SPLITTY4.
Using watchound post as inspiration :
https://forum.aquacomputer.de/weitere-fo…gbpx-splitty-4/

• Does anyone know if the pattern is different from the TT Pure Plus concerning the 4 RGB pins ?



• If not, do you know how to find out with a multimeter ? Even an helpful link would be fine...



• Do you think there is any problem in the schema below ? (higher res as attachement)





Note : I'm not sure yet about Corsair ML120 PRO Fans, if i don't get them, i will just delete 2 SPLITTY4 and connect RGBpx on the RGBpx Quadro pin.


Thank's

Thursday, July 18th 2019, 11:03pm

RGBpx connection is in this thread (see attachments on the first two posts)
RGBpx wiring Diagram

DRF

Junior Member

Thursday, July 18th 2019, 11:52pm

Thank you for the reply
Actually i knew about the RGBpx pattern (from the link i posted), but i think i would have more people aware of the answer (the thermaltake side with 4 black wires with no code) on the TT forum.
Or maybe just find the wire with 5V... but how do i find the ground so ? I learned those at school but forgot almost everything.

I'll update as soon as i get it.

(I think about another problem if i don't know how much 5V power i do need for ML120 i might reach the 40W limit of the fabwerk 360)

EDIT : the answer was under my nose, under the sticker of the fan i can see the PCB with 5V DO DI .....

IMG_20190719_001404[1].jpg

This post has been edited 6 times, last edit by "DRF" (Jul 19th 2019, 11:33am)

DRF

Junior Member

Friday, July 26th 2019, 11:30pm

No one has an opinion?

Follow it there

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "DRF" (Aug 1st 2019, 8:43pm)

Sunday, November 17th 2019, 5:39pm

No one has an opinion?

Follow it there
Hi DRF!

i'm actually trying to do this with the Riing Trio like you already successfully did. But i did not get my test fan to light up. If i got you right: you rewired the pins from the fan to the RGBpx / Corsair pins on the Splitty, right? I noticed the 5V and GND pins on splitty are swapped at least on rev2. So i wired everything acording to that.
While a corsair fans lights up while plugged in the splitty, the Riing fan won't.
My setup is the following:
Farbwerk360 - splitty - Riing Trio.
I only connected the RGB Part.
Can you please provide some help? I'd appreciate a lot!


Cheers topas

DRF

Junior Member

Monday, February 10th 2020, 3:29pm

Hey topas, back 6 months ago i had not enough time to finalize the entire setup, so i plugged the air part and used it with no RGB. Now i'm updating this, i almost finished a full sleeving, and it brings me to the TT part..

To finish the work with the TT RGB. It did not work for me aswell 6 months ago but there is maybe a misunderstanding in the picture i took of the FAN PCB
Maybe the DO DI start at the 3rd Pin, i'm 99% sure not but im investigating today.

Where did you find this info about rev 2 please ?
Did you find a workaround ?

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "DRF" (Feb 10th 2020, 3:51pm)

DRF

Junior Member

Wednesday, February 12th 2020, 6:31pm

Yes !!!
I got it finally working thanks god !


Here is the fruit of this work.

To anybody who wants to know, please keep in mind that this is kind of a "hack" and you must know what you are doing.

Apart from that : Enjoy !!!
DRF has attached the following images:
  • adressableled.png
  • TRIOSPLITY.png
DRF has attached the following file:
  • P1090246.JPG (271.98 kB - 52 times downloaded - Last download: Jun 30th 2020, 5:50am)

eisbehr

Full Member

Thursday, February 13th 2020, 10:03am

Hello!

May i ask you if this working fine for you? I calculated the current of your lightning setup. If i'm not wrong you draw around 10,4A current from the farbwerk360. But the farbwerk is specified with a max of 8A. Do you have changed anything or did it just work fine?

DRF

Junior Member

Wednesday, February 19th 2020, 2:39pm

Hello!

May i ask you if this working fine for you? I calculated the current of your lightning setup. If i'm not wrong you draw around 10,4A current from the farbwerk360. But the farbwerk is specified with a max of 8A. Do you have changed anything or did it just work fine?


Hello
Yes it is, but i don't know how you calculated this since i didnt split 5V and 12V in my diagram for Corsair fans ?
However in my setup i have only the TT Trio + RGBpx 15 Led strips so it 's about ~7A for 210 leds.
And i dont think that the 4 led / Fan ML120 x 6 = 24 led would draw about 3 or 4A

The point is that i didnt realize that i need a USB connection to compute virtuals sensors in real time...
So i have to keep the system plugged if i want it to be autonomous because since it is a watercooling, i compute the DELTA between ambiant and the air output of my rad, and drive regulation with this...
This way no matter the T° in the room the system works the same.

It was a big work and im just finishing some details but the RGB part is quite fine and the project almost finished

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