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  • kingu
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    ← This fan is out of control.

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  • aleksamagicka
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    Originally posted by elais View Post
    Hey Aleksa what are the chances of eventually being able to write fan curves to the device? Is that still out of scope for your work?
    That's on the TODO list for the future. There's a PR open at the github repo for the D5 Next pump for that, but I haven't been able to look over it/test it as much as I'd like these months. In other words, that should be coming, but probably not soon. Same for other devices. Until then, you can use regular fancontrol and other userspace tools for controlling fans, since the driver exposes PWM control and temp sensors, if connected.

    Originally posted by Yoshi View Post
    aleksamagicka
    Are there any ways to support your work? Demo Hardware or PayPal tips etc?
    Nope, but thanks 😀 Knowing that I've helped people is all I need.

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  • Yoshi
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    aleksamagicka
    Are there any ways to support your work? Demo Hardware or PayPal tips etc?

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  • elais
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    Hey Aleksa what are the chances of eventually being able to write fan curves to the device? Is that still out of scope for your work?

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  • aleksamagicka
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    It's a nice device. Glad this got covered on Phoronix. Next up will be the Quadro

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  • nazar-pc
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    Very nice, love to see Linux support for such hardware, might purchase one now

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  • Vorpal
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    Michael Typo: "The Aquacomputer OCTO is an eight channel PWN fan controller plus an RGBpx effect controller for up to 180 addressable LEDs."

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  • Aquacomputer OCTO Fan Controller To Be Supported By Linux 5.19

    Phoronix: Aquacomputer OCTO Fan Controller To Be Supported By Linux 5.19

    Mainlined into the Linux kernel last year was the Aquacomputer HWMON driver initially for their D5 Next water cooling pump. That driver was then extended to support the Aquacomputer Farbwerk 360 RGB controller and now for Linux 5.19 is extended to also support Aquacomputer's OCTO fan controller...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...ter-OCTO-Linux
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