I bought a second hand Aerocool Coolpanel2 on ebay and am having some problems with it. The manual that came with this thing is far from detailed. The aerocool website does not support any further information.
There are four temperature sensors on the back of the panel. How do I best attach these? (They currently are not attached to anything)
I did try to tape two of them on my graphics card, resulting in a temperature reading of '00' (while my PC was turned on at the moment).
At one moment the four sensors were close to my case (not inside) and, curiously, the LCD panel suddenly lit up red, and the buzzer sounded. i.e. temperatures were too high, which is impossible because the sensors were outside of the case (room temperature is normal). This happened a few times and would go on for half a minute.
How do I best attach one of the sensors (next) to my CPU?
The buzzer was awfully loud when it sounded. Can the sound be turned lower?
The buzzer sounds each time I turn on my computer. How do I make the panel stop doing that?
The panel accepts SD cards and the like. I am not sure, but I think the connectors on the end of the black cable on the picture below need to be connected somewhere on the motherboard in order for the card reader to work.
I read on another forum the connectors need to be connected to the kind of pins you also connect internal USB cables to. Is that correct?
Thanks for the help.