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View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin?

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2021/02/09 08:17:09 (permalink)
Would it be possible to add a display in the app that shows the current pump RPM?
 
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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/10 18:46:38 (permalink)
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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/10 19:03:13 (permalink)
    That would be neat! Such a cool feature to start anyway.
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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/10 19:11:49 (permalink)
    +1
    I like the idea.


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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/11 19:39:13 (permalink)
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    Done. Thanks. I suggest that others do it also.
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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/12 14:00:13 (permalink)
    Love EVGA. I emailed them the suggestion and they wrote back: "Thank you for your suggestion, we will send this to our software team to see if this is something they can incorporate into the X1 program."
     
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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/22 15:55:15 (permalink)
    Sorry to burst the bubble, but since the pump is not controlled by the card it cannot be controlled or read via PX1.
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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/22 20:01:19 (permalink)
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    Sorry to burst the bubble, but since the pump is not controlled by the card it cannot be controlled or read via PX1.




    What an odd way to reply.  EVGA support said that they'd look into it. I guess we'll see.
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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/23 15:22:57 (permalink)
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    Sorry to burst the bubble, but since the pump is not controlled by the card it cannot be controlled or read via PX1.




    What an odd way to reply.  EVGA support said that they'd look into it. I guess we'll see.


    Yes, we looked into it.  That is, unfortunately, the answer.  Sorry if my initial response came off a bit flippant.  Essentially, since the card and HYBRID pump are not designed to interact with each other, the card cannot pull the RPM from the pump, so we can't add a feature into PX1.
     
    Honestly, if we had been able to support the feature requested by the OP, there were a few other things I planned to ask our SW team to add, if possible.
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    Re: View pump RPM for the 3090 Kingpin? 2021/02/24 06:15:26 (permalink)
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    Sorry to burst the bubble, but since the pump is not controlled by the card it cannot be controlled or read via PX1.




    What an odd way to reply.  EVGA support said that they'd look into it. I guess we'll see.


    Yes, we looked into it.  That is, unfortunately, the answer.  Sorry if my initial response came off a bit flippant.  Essentially, since the card and HYBRID pump are not designed to interact with each other, the card cannot pull the RPM from the pump, so we can't add a feature into PX1.
     
    Honestly, if we had been able to support the feature requested by the OP, there were a few other things I planned to ask our SW team to add, if possible.




    Thanks for looking into it. I saw that on another forum someone took apart an EVGA Hybrid video card and also opened the pump. It seems that EVGA doesn't run a wire to the RPM lead that is present inside the pump, but this person ran a wire themselves. Perhaps moving forward EVGA can consider running an RPM wire so that we read the pump speed.
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