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Auqagate LCD problems!!!!! Please help!!!

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hope I do not have problems with my Aquagate who arrives this weak...

but if it's the thermal sensor I have still a couple of these sensors of my Cooldrive4 ...

a question... how many aquagates are there sold yet? and how many problems...? I want to be prepared...

Thx!

World wide? Thousands and thousands of pieces.

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Where are you located?

I'm in Denmark, Scandinavia :)

Close to Holland btw. (NL)

Then contact ron@coolermaster.nl for assistant. I'm sure he'll send you some sensors.

I did. A long time ago :wink:

Thanks, Im getting another sensor cable today from a local shop. I hope it works, but this time i'm not sure how to install it without breaking it.

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have just bought and installed an aquagate and looks like ive also got a problem with the heat sensor, have installed it all and seems to be working ok except the cpu temp doesnt register (--) and i get the continuos beeping :( have checked the CPU temp from the BIOS and seems to be constant at approx 20-25 deg.

Is ron in NL able to send me out a replacement sensor :cry:

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Not to bring Coolermaster down, Im sure they manufactures good products....but I have decided to Sell the whole system again....It simply just made too much noise...even after I exchanged the fans with super silent Papst fans....too bad

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