I thank you for your reply, and please do not take my comments to mean that I am strongly critical of Corsair generally. That is NOT the case. I have used corsair top memory since the middle 1990's in every build. This present build includes CORSAIR Dominator Platinum 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1866 Desktop Memory Model CMD16GX3M2A1866C9 and a CORSAIR AX1200i, both of which I am very happy with.
My sadness mentioned in the previous thread is to see Corsair venture into an area, which I agree, needs an accurate and professional software method of controlling fans and pumps.....and to sail in a direction that is contrary to the "norm" in the industry.
Clearly, everyone would agree, that the three pin fan and pump are in greater numbers than PWM 4 pin, and I understand that when catering for the enthusiast market as a whole, it would be necessary to cater to both. That I can accept, even though I believe that the PWM side of control is growing.
I am not critical about Corsair attempting to move into the Control of fans and pumps in a software area...on the contrary, that is to be commended.
What I am most concerned about is twofold. Firstly that I have now discovered that the "PWM" is not the PWM that 99% of enthusiasts use today, and secondly that this is not brought to the attention of prospective purchasers of Corsair Cooling Link kits in the sales written material. take the following excerpt:-
" Corsair Link Cooling Node
Corsair Link Cooling Node gives you desktop control of up to five PWM or DC case fans. The kit comes with three sensors for measuring ambient temperature inside your PC case, and includes one Digital cable to connect it to the Corsair Link Commander."
Nowhere...but nowhere is there any mention that this is "PWM" is other than that used by the vast majority of todays' enthusiasts. Further, I would argue, there is zero mention that this system will not work in the expected way with PWM fans or such pumps as the MCP35X2 PWM controlled pump. I had to come to this forum to discover that....and that is far from acceptable, my opinion maybe.......but an opinion of a retired lawyer who dealt with many matters concerning misrepresentation over many decades.