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2019/10/05 09:28:53 (permalink)
Is there any way to connect an external 10K temp sensor to the Z390 Dark?

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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/06 06:10:41 (permalink)
    Do you have a model number we can look up or an image we can see?

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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/06 06:25:36 (permalink)
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    Do you have a model number we can look up or an image we can see?




    Of the temp sensor?
     
    I was thinking about these for the loop, and these for ambients.
     
    I do not see any motherboard headers such as some Asus boards have, but is it possible to use some type of USB or SATA adapter, or an add-in PCIe card?

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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/06 07:09:20 (permalink)
    It's too  bad that Flat 10K sensor only has one connector to support one sensor cable. Perhaps a more thorough search will turn up something that can be used to monitor the temps via software.

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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/06 07:16:15 (permalink)
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    It's too  bad that Flat 10K sensor only has one connector to support one sensor cable. Perhaps a more thorough search will turn up something that can be used to monitor the temps via software.




    I can get the LCD panel XSPC makes.
     
    I would prefer to somehow connect it so that the sensor outputs can be monitored by HWiNFO or AIDA64 through the motherboard via the OS.

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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/06 10:46:07 (permalink)
    I run similar (Phobya inline 10kΩ sensor) to a Corsair Commander Pro that has 4 sensor ports. Once you have it wired up via USB, HWInfo etc. should be able to see them.
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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/06 11:29:48 (permalink)
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    I run similar (Phobya inline 10kΩ sensor) to a Corsair Commander Pro that has 4 sensor ports. Once you have it wired up via USB, HWInfo etc. should be able to see them.




    That looks great.
     
    Have you tried it with AIDA64?

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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/07 09:59:34 (permalink)
    I just tried the AIDA64 portable version (v6.10.5200) and once I enabled "Corsair Link support" under "Stability" I was able to see my coolant sensors (I have one on each my 2 Commander Pro's). The only problem is you cannot run Corsair's ICUE and AIDA64 (with the Link support enabled) at the same time as they end up fighting for sensor control. In your case, I doubt you'll want to run ICUE anyway.
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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/07 13:59:42 (permalink)
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    I just tried the AIDA64 portable version (v6.10.5200) and once I enabled "Corsair Link support" under "Stability" I was able to see my coolant sensors (I have one on each my 2 Commander Pro's). The only problem is you cannot run Corsair's ICUE and AIDA64 (with the Link support enabled) at the same time as they end up fighting for sensor control. In your case, I doubt you'll want to run ICUE anyway.




    Yes, I was hoping to run AIDA64 or HWiNFO to monitor water temps.
     
    Have you tried AIDA64 without iCUE installed?

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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/07 14:11:19 (permalink)
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    Yes, I was hoping to run AIDA64 or HWiNFO to monitor water temps.
     
    Have you tried AIDA64 without iCUE installed?

    ICUE has nothing to do with it as long as the USB driver is installed you should be fine, the Commander Pro is doing the monitoring at hardware level.
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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/07 15:35:38 (permalink)
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    Yes, I was hoping to run AIDA64 or HWiNFO to monitor water temps.
     
    Have you tried AIDA64 without iCUE installed?

    ICUE has nothing to do with it as long as the USB driver is installed you should be fine, the Commander Pro is doing the monitoring at hardware level.




    OK, it is just that I read that iCUE interferes with other monitoring software.
     
    https://forums.aida64.com...nd-icue-commander-pro/
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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/08 12:48:41 (permalink)
    As I said, once you have it set up; (fan curves etc.) there shouldn't be a need to run ICUE as the Commander Pro is working at hardware level rather than relying on software.
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    Re: External temp sensor? 2019/10/08 13:38:17 (permalink)
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    As I said, once you have it set up; (fan curves etc.) there shouldn't be a need to run ICUE as the Commander Pro is working at hardware level rather than relying on software.





    OK. No fans or other will be connected, I only need temp sensors.

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