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  1. View71, do you use a threadripper? I know TT rgb changed how it reports Threadripper temps in 1.3.7 and above(as seen in my previous replies). So I think that is interesting, maybe that change has affected you somehow if 1.3.6 (and below?) work for you? (BTW hi fellow View71 owner) Also I just noticed I never linked to my thread I made before finding this one, just in case anyone here isn't aware of it. One of the mods replied with a test version called 1.3.802 prior to 1.3.8 release. I don't know if it is any different to 1.3.8 full release but if your having trouble with 1.3.8 it mi
  2. Thank you very much Tony.P. That's very nice of you to provide a test version. I appreciate that a lot. The version provided appears to be using the TDIE temperature which is giving a much nicer fan curve, and seems to be working correctly. I will let you know if I have any problems otherwise I look forward to an official release. Thanks again.
  3. Thanks for the reply chris, I think I get it. The TT Controller controls and powers the LEDS via 4 pins and receives the fan RPM (TACH) via yellow wire. I think your right with those wires being 5v, di, do, gnd. I have the Pacific Lumi Plus LED Strip 3Pack and the pins on the LED strips are labelled like that. https://www.thermaltake.com/pacific-lumi-plus.html Apparently you can chain these strips together, but might not be long enough for your application. Not sure how many you can chain together. So the 4 pin connector yellow wire is also fan RPM (TACH) and the rest are power, gnd and p
  4. I (just) have 1 custom loop with CPU and GPU connected with a 420mm rad with 3 Riing plus 140 fans attached (plus 2 as case fans), but yeah being able to select which temperature TT RGB gets from the HWINFO plugin would be awesome. All the temps are available, you just have to look through the info section to see that. Obviously also being able to edit the fan curve would be even better. And per controller or even per fan customisation would be icing on the cake. But I get the feeling that might be asking to much. Hey Chris, do you have all fans running on different MB 4 pin connecto
  5. That's right, it is a threadripper "feature" but in tt rgb plus case the fan curve is too high for tctl. Basically if it reads the tctl as 70°C tt rgb plus sets the fans to over 1400 rpm (at idle) as per my first picture, which to me is to high. Sure it drops my cpu true temp down to like 30-35°C, but its too noisy. I prefered version 1.2.7 which reads true temp(tdie), which sets my fans at around 500-1000rpm depending on temp and load. Much quieter and would still keep true temps around 40°C idle, 50°C gaming. How loud are your 23 fans running Bearbite. Is RGB plus reading tctl on
  6. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jiYxPVShRnfhFq10nNKkCy-KbbmDb824/view?usp=sharing 1.2.7 in case anyone still wants it, hopefully this is okay with mods
  7. Just found this thread. A while ago I was using TT RGB Plus 1.3.1 or 3.2 (not sure which) with no problems. I then updated my motherboard bios. I am using the ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme(original). I believe I upgraded from BIOS ver 1701 to 2001. In the change log for the bios on ASUS's website it says ROG ZENITH EXTREME BIOS 1901 Improve hardware monitoring compatibility with 3rd party applications. Fixed a boot issue when using a Quadro K6000 GPU. " Before running the USB BIOS Flashback tool, please rename the BIOS file (ZE.CAP) using BIOSRenamer.'' Ver 2001 would have th
  8. A while ago I was using TT RGB Plus 1.3.1 or 3.2 (not sure which) with no problems. I then updated my motherboard bios. I am using the ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme(original). I believe I upgraded from BIOS ver 1701 to 2001. In the change log for the bios on ASUS's website it says ROG ZENITH EXTREME BIOS 1901 Improve hardware monitoring compatibility with 3rd party applications. Fixed a boot issue when using a Quadro K6000 GPU. " Before running the USB BIOS Flashback tool, please rename the BIOS file (ZE.CAP) using BIOSRenamer.'' Ver 2001 would have the same improvements + more.
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