EVGA

Hot!Flow Control v2.0.9

Page: < 123 Showing page 3 of 3
Author
digitaldemon
New Member
  • Total Posts : 33
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2009/07/24 03:30:21
  • Location: Jacksonville, Florida, USA
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2020/07/31 19:26:40 (permalink)
Such a bad look to not even respond when people have been having the same problems for years. Give up software, EVGA. You're no good at it.


 
Intel Core i7-6700K @ 4.6GHz | ASUS Maximus VIII Ranger |  ASUS PG348Q | G.Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 3000 - 16GB | EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC2 @ +60 MHz | EVGA SuperNOVA 750 T2 | EVGA CLC 280 | Samsung 840 Evo - 500GB | Seagate Barracuda - 3TB | Corsair 760T | Corsair K70 LUX | Corsair Dark Core Pro RGB SE | Massdrop x Sennheiser PC37X
#61
chrebean1
SSC Member
  • Total Posts : 750
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2012/10/26 13:20:13
  • Location: Colorado
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 2
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2020/08/01 01:58:02 (permalink)
+1 . Just installed two Corsair AIOs ... better build quality and highly rated by LinusTechTips ... plus, Corsair's software is finely engineered.

Fool me once, shame on you.
Fool me twice, shame on me.
#62
Creative007
New Member
  • Total Posts : 27
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2020/12/05 13:35:07
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2020/12/05 14:26:11 (permalink)
I've been waiting for this.
#63
keithmpersonal
New Member
  • Total Posts : 1
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2018/03/21 10:01:38
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2020/12/10 19:25:29 (permalink)
If by finely engineered, you mean ...

My iCUE needs to be restarted daily so my commander pro actually spins at the RPM I set.

My aura plugin for iCUE to control my mobo rgb works 1 time out of every 10.

My Corsair LL fans have RGB that are not calibrated properly, so the same color choice doesn't equate to matching hues.

My Corsair k95 plat has had keycaps break during gaming. Not once, not twice, but 5 times.

My Corsair 850rmx makes noise at idle and is unusually long, cutting into cable management space..

Now they want me to buy an, ugly I might add, AIO for $150. Let's not even get startered with the Kraken Z aio price tags.


Shout-out to EVGA.

Then, my first gaming build in 2009.. An EVGA Gtx470 from 2009, which spent it's lifetime at 90c under load, per usual with the Fermi generation, somehow works 11 years later..The rigs backbone, the mobo, was an EVGA P55 ftw, which let me OC my first gen core intel, an i5-750, from factory 2.66ghz, to a healthy 50% OC of 4.2 ghz all day everyday. marched like a.soldier for a decade.

My Evga G3: Fully modular, didn't make a noise, and compact enough to "neatly" hide a rats nest of cable at the bottom of the case.

My EVGA clc 280, which like every other brand use the same manufacturer, was only $70 when others were double the price. It doesn't have the kraken WOW factor, but the WOW was half the price of similar models, and i.like.repping the EVGA letters in the middle of my case window.

My EVGA 2080ti, the least expensive you could find at the time, "only" $1,000 (50$ off with my friends affiliate code, so 950.pretax) is a beast. Shipped with a factory clock of about 1200 with boost to.abojt 1500 @1.1v IIRC.

One hour of undervolting and overclocking unlocked the potential of my "cheap" GPU, which is totally stable running 1905 @ .903v. It stays below 65C, even with a front intake mounted aio bringing in hot air, without bios flashing or shunting or the like...


EVGA, will you marry me?

Btw Corsair does have decent.software, especially with the awful software that other brands create, and EVGA could use an iCUE for the customer.

For just the 2080ti I need precision x1 for it's EVGA Rgb, msi afterburner for superior profile switching for clocks and fan speed.
Then just my clc280 aio needs Evga flow for pump control and Evga sync to keep the aio and gpu letters matching.

2 parts needing 4 pieces of software is my only gripe with EVGA. When vs iCUE with a commander pro, it's a joke. One place can do all of your corsair RGB parts (aio, ram, keyboard, peripherals, and 3rd party plugins, with tons of preset patterns that can sync and dance together.

Now obviously this is slightly exaggerated for both sides, but you can't argue the validity that EVGA is getting crushed in the software and syncing components game.

Evga is my #1 go to for gpus, and my #10 go to for software. I gave up and made.my aio and gpu white, uninstalled flow sync and x1, and used my bios to set a curve for my AIO pump.

Stop trying to expand with the cases, mice, and audio cards that we don't want or need.

Focus on kicking ass with your GPUs, PSUs, what everyone knows, loves, and honestly only care for from the product line.

Go hire a team of designers and programmers to make a good looking AIO, integrate your own version of iCUE for your great PSUs and GPUs, and force us to WANT an AIO rgb to match beloved power supplies and graphic cards.

Please quit making cases, keyboards, mice, internal audio cards, and whatever else, and focus on what WE like and what WE would pay for.

...And that is your Fanboy essay of the day.
#64
jayrwar
Superclocked Member
  • Total Posts : 113
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2020/05/27 06:42:57
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
Flagged as Spam (2)
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2020/12/14 19:06:15 (permalink)
Thanks
#65
QingFengX
Superclocked Member
  • Total Posts : 103
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2020/12/05 10:10:51
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
Flagged as Spam (2)
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2020/12/15 11:14:31 (permalink)
good job
#66
Johnny_Utah
CLASSIFIED Member
  • Total Posts : 4543
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2008/02/13 16:26:04
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 8
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2021/01/03 10:00:32 (permalink)
Just now saw this thread and am experiencing incorrect temp readings in Flow Control.  The fact that this issue has been ongoing now for over a year(?) is unforgivable.  I'm using the CLC 360mm All-In-One and the software has rendered this thing useless as I cannot set a fan curve due to botched temp readings.  I will not be using any more EVGA software--or AIO's.





 
 
#67
transdogmifier
CLASSIFIED ULTRA Member
  • Total Posts : 5313
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2003/09/05 14:26:21
  • Location: Orlando, Fl
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 14
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2021/01/03 10:15:08 (permalink)
Johnny_Utah
Just now saw this thread and am experiencing incorrect temp readings in Flow Control.  The fact that this issue has been ongoing now for over a year(?) is unforgivable.  I'm using the CLC 360mm All-In-One and the software has rendered this thing useless as I cannot set a fan curve due to botched temp readings.  I will not be using any more EVGA software--or AIO's.




yeah, it's a shame they have some good products, but the software suffers (and by suffers, I mean sucks).......they need to add a few people to just do software..it's obvious they're understaffed in that regard.
 

AMD Ryzen 5950x
Coolermaster ML360R RGB
Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero
eVGA GeForce RTX 3090 FTW3 Ultra Gaming (Hybrid kit on it)
Asus ROG Swift PG43UQ 4k Monitor
eVGA 1600W Supernova T2 PSU
32GB Corsair Vengeance Pro 4000MHz (4x8GB)
Corsair MP600 Pro 2TB (Boot)
Corsair MP600 2TB (Games/Data)
Phanteks P500A Case
 
My Affiliate Code: 8ST3SZQYI7
My Associate Code: J4T7H4SOBIGFO8F
#68
MattyMattMatt
Superclocked Member
  • Total Posts : 112
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2015/07/28 13:50:17
  • Location: Edmonton Area, AB
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2021/04/11 12:51:54 (permalink)
I hooked my fans to a separate header and control them via speedfan. Way better idea imo.
 
I would like it if they had a curve to control the pump. I have the pump set at 2000ish rpm, two notches from lowest, because that's the only place I find it bearable. I don't want the usb cable connected constantly, so it just has to stay at that pump speed.


Associate Code: C0RZOAF57R3JE6B
Elite Member ID: MXFACO40E1XPINUAY3X
#69
Swemmel
Superclocked Member
  • Total Posts : 107
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2021/04/28 00:25:14
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2021/04/28 08:26:32 (permalink)
Thx for the notice
#70
frankcro
Superclocked Member
  • Total Posts : 101
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2021/02/10 12:16:29
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
Re: Flow Control v2.0.9 2021/06/03 00:15:48 (permalink)
THanks
#71
Page: < 123 Showing page 3 of 3
Jump to:
  • Back to Mobile