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  1. I am looking for advise on which parts to use. I have 1 2 loop water cooled system and am stuck on 2 points. The cpu loop works well. I have the pump speed ramp up based on CPU temp and the fans ramp up based on coolant temp. The problem is with the GPU loop. I control the fans with the bios (MSI 490 godlike) and there is no way to set the pump fan connection to follow the gpu temp in bios. So I need a software controller that can work with aida64 and link to the GPU temp. I have tried nzxt grid+ and corsair commander pro. The nzxt does not control the pump correctly (ekwb pump) it sees it a a voltage not pwm connection and does not change speed. The corsair commander conflicts with aida64 and I don't want to shut it down to monitor the system as I want to use it for rgb control. Also looking for a water flow sensor that will work with aida64 Thanks Andrew Update, Argus monitor it working for controlling fans/pump connected to the MB, I am experimenting with how well it will controll the grid+. I have a couple butspower flow sensors on the way and will update on how those work out. Argus monitor has an option for arduino based fan/temp sensor monitoring/control. Does Aida64 have any support for monitoring a arduino based solution?
  2. I would like to design 2 displays running on remote sensor. each display would have it own page. Ideally there would be a secondary page for each when touch screen is touched then back to main. seems like I could use the address bar for direct access to main page (http:<ipaddress>:<port>/page1) then have the whole screen be a link to page 2, page 2 could be a link back to page 1. or even better yet define a link area so that there could be 2 sub pages. left and right or top and bottom. It looks like there are 6 pages so I could use the sub pages to dial in to get more detail the back to main screen then do it again on the 2nd screen with pages 4, 5 and 6 any way to make that work?
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