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  1. ThermalTake Currently incase customers didn't know, the Riing Plus software looks at the system temperatures for it's PWM feature of it's fans and it looks like it takes an average and uses that for it's PWM feature Therefore clearly they only intended them to be used for case fans rather than CPU cooling fans on Radiators or heatpipe blocks Annoyingly there the best fans on the market and consumers are not aware of this when making their purchase, for me personally i based it on the fans trait on high static pressure which are used for radiators. My case will never reach 50c inside the case, it's an open case for a start, my gpu and cpu are on water my computer room is 21c or less in the UK currently as it's winter Please ThermalTake Either change your software so we get the option of using the CPU temperature for your fans, or edit the HWiNFO32.dll to point at the CPU temp only. my cpu is sitting at 30ish c at idle but your software thinks the system is at 48c when i just turned the computer on and haven't done anything intensive. It's just annoying because the fans spin up when it gets to 50c without the cpu even having to work hard at all. I'm sure other customers will back me up and agree that case fans are usually set at a static rpm range, my setup uses 2 360 rads with 6 of these fans on them and they do get loud for no reason, i cant turn them down because i want my cpu and gpu to use PWM fans as their attached to the raditors Thanks a lot rant over here is the hardware monitor ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:System: GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 = 8.48798e-314---------------------- ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:CPU [#0]: Intel Core-4800 = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetVoltage:Core #0 VID = 1.30457 HWi32_GetClock:Core #0 Clock = 4800 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #0 Thread #0 Usage = 6.4 HWi32_GetVoltage:Core #1 VID = 0.662598 HWi32_GetClock:Core #1 Clock = 800 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #0 Thread #1 Usage = 0.4 HWi32_GetVoltage:Core #2 VID = 1.26111 HWi32_GetClock:Core #2 Clock = 4800 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #1 Thread #0 Usage = 0.8 HWi32_GetVoltage:Core #3 VID = 1.27209 HWi32_GetClock:Core #3 Clock = 4800 HWi32_GetVoltage:Core #4 VID = 1.27942 HWi32_GetClock:Core #4 Clock = 4800 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #2 Thread #0 Usage = 1.2 HWi32_GetVoltage:Core #5 VID = 1.22571 HWi32_GetClock:Core #5 Clock = 4800 HWi32_GetClock:Bus Clock = 100 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #3 Thread #0 Usage = 4.3 HWi32_GetClock:Ring Clock = 3700 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #4 Thread #0 Usage = 0.8 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #4 Thread #1 Usage = 0.8 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #5 Thread #0 Usage = 0.4 HWi32_GetUsage:Core #5 Thread #1 Usage = 0.4 HWi32_GetUsage:Max CPU/Thread Usage = 6.4 HWi32_GetUsage:Total CPU Usage = 1.29167 HWi32_GetUsage:On-Demand Clock Modulation = 100 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:CPU [#0]: Intel Core-4800: DTS = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #0 = 32 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #1 = 35 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #2 = 32 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #3 = 32 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #4 = 33 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #5 = 32 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #0 Distance to TjMAX = 68 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #1 Distance to TjMAX = 65 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #2 Distance to TjMAX = 68 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #3 Distance to TjMAX = 68 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #4 Distance to TjMAX = 67 HWi32_GetTemperature:Core #5 Distance to TjMAX = 68 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:CPU [#0]: Intel Core-4800 = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetPower:CPU Package Power = 10.3531 HWi32_GetPower:IA Cores Power = 6.8651 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:Memory Timings = 0---------------------- ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:CPU [#0]: Intel Core-4800: Performance Limit Reasons = 0---------------------- ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 (SiS 950/ITE IT8705F) = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetTemperature:Temperature 1 = 39 HWi32_GetVoltage:Vccp1 = 1.744 HWi32_GetFan:Chassis = 168750 HWi32_GetTemperature:Temperature 2 = 47 HWi32_GetVoltage:Vccp2 = 2.704 HWi32_GetTemperature:Temperature 3 = 24 HWi32_GetVoltage:+3.3V = 2.704 HWi32_GetVoltage:+5V = 4.54272 HWi32_GetVoltage:-12V = -5.63014 HWi32_GetVoltage:-5V = -2.712 HWi32_GetVoltage:5VSB = 3.81696 HWi32_GetVoltage:VBAT = 2.128 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7 (ITE IT8733) = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetTemperature:Temperature 1 = 36 HWi32_GetVoltage:Vcore = 0.7194 HWi32_GetVoltage:Vccp2 = 0.6649 HWi32_GetTemperature:Temperature 3 = 34 HWi32_GetVoltage:+3.3V = 1.0355 HWi32_GetVoltage:AVCC3 = 3.379 HWi32_GetVoltage:+12V = 4.7088 HWi32_GetVoltage:VIN5 = 1.5151 HWi32_GetVoltage:3VSB = 3.3572 HWi32_GetVoltage:VBAT = 3.27 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:S.M.A.R.T.: SanDisk SDSSDHII960G (155000402147) = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetTemperature:Drive Temperature = 30 HWi32_GetUsage:Drive Remaining Life = 100 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:S.M.A.R.T.: WDC WD2002FAEX-007BA0 (WD-WMAY03613367) = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetTemperature:Drive Temperature = 34 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:S.M.A.R.T.: Samsung SSD 960 PRO 512GB (S3EWNWAJ401017J) = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetTemperature:Drive Temperature = 43 HWi32_GetUsage:Drive Remaining Life = 99 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:Drive: SanDisk SDSSDHII960G = 0---------------------- ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:Drive: WDC WD2002FAEX-007BA0 = 0---------------------- ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:Drive: Samsung SSD 960 PRO 512GB = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetUsage:Read Activity = 0.028 HWi32_GetUsage:Write Activity = 0.199 HWi32_GetUsage:Total Activity = 0.227 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:GPU [#0]: NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X: = 0---------------------- HWi32_GetTemperature:GPU Temperature = 31 HWi32_GetVoltage:GPU Core Voltage = 1.043 HWi32_GetClock:GPU Clock = 810.316 HWi32_GetUsage:GPU Core Load = 1 HWi32_GetUsage:GPU Memory Controller Load = 1 HWi32_GetTemperature:GPU Temperature (HW) = 31 HWi32_GetClock:GPU Memory Clock = 1752.75 HWi32_GetClock:GPU Video Clock = 746.052 HWi32_GetUsage:GPU Memory Usage = 3.21684 HWi32_GetUsage:GPU D3D Usage = 0.210234 ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:Network: Intel Ethernet Connection I219-V = 8---------------------- ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:Network: Qualcomm/Atheros, Device ID: E0B1 = 0---------------------- ------------HWi32_GetSensorName:Windows Hardware Errors (WHEA) = 0----------------------
  2. I have the riing plus RGB software installed in my pc, using it and running the intel-SA-00086-GUI (check the vulnerability of my i7) it say that my system is vunerable, when I close the riing RGB plus software and run the intel-SA-00086-GUI my system is ok. So the riing plus rgb software have problem?
  3. Superdave67

    3 Riing Plus 14 RGB fans... with one 12

    So I built a case and installed three Thermaltake Riing Plus 14 RGB fans (16.8m colors and 140mm). I found that the back of my NZXT S340 case does not support a 140mm fan, but only a 120mm fan. I'd like to add another 120mm fan to the case and add it to the Riing Plus RGB software to control it as with the other 3... but I can't seem to confidently identify which 120mm fan would match the existing Riing Plus RGB 14 setup. I did buy a single Riing 12, but it seems to be a different beast altogether... only 256 colors (as opposed to 16.8m) and can't be directly connected to the already installed Riing Plus RGB 14 controller... nor can the controller that came with the Riing 12 be daisy-chained to it. Which 120mm fan would be compatible with this Riing Plus RGB 14 setup/controller? And where can I buy it, as Amazon doesn't seem to sell just one (only a 3 and 5 pack)... ? Oddly, Newegg seems to have one, but is $104... as opposed to a three pack which is only $98. ####? Thanks, Dave
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