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post #1 of 15 Old 04-19-2012, 06:53 PM - Thread Starter
 
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835213001

ill be getting two for push/pull on corsair h80.but each one takes in 30 watts, 60 in total will the h80 fan controller support this.

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I dont think so. but the nzxt sentry mix can handle 30 watts per channel if you need a good controller.

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what happens if i connect the fans to the directly to motherboard, will they run at max all the time, what i want is for them to automatically increase in speed as the cpu gets hotter and not the other temps just like the stock h80 fans

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If your motherboard can handle that much power through the header it would run at full but i really dont know enough about motherboards to say if it could handle that. Good luck

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I think you may have to get a separate controller from what I have been reading. That is an insane amount of airflow.
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The fan is powered by a 4-pin molex connector, the 3-pin fan connector is merely a TAC sensor by what the description says, basically an RPM readout (speed sensor).

So in essence, no, this cannot be run off a motherboard, you'll need a 4-pin molex cable.

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Just go to ncix.com and pick up a pair of Scythe Gentle Typhoons, should give you more than enough performance and a lot less noise.
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does anyone recommend different fans all i want is for them to push more air through the radiater, i dont care how loud they will get but want to use them with h80 fan controller

motherboard is m5a97 evo

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835213001

just saw it said it draws power from the four pin molex connecter. so if it doesn't draw power from the 3pin then it should work perfectly with the h80 fan controller:o

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835213001
just saw it said it draws power from the four pin molex connecter. so if it doesn't draw power from the 3pin then it should work perfectly with the h80 fan controller:o

it draws power from the molex (meaning it'll run 100% all the time) and output the RPM info on the yellow wire you can plug into the mobo for RPM monitoring....

no known mobo header (except for maybe specially built server boards) can handle a delta (especially a 30 watt delta)

to achieve what YOU want it to do, you'd need a rheosmart controller and plug the fans into the controller and the rheosmart controller will take the PWM signal from your mobo and control the fans accordingly.

my personal recommendation is to go to youtube and look up some 240 CFM 120mm fan vid and listen to just how LOUD those fans will be.

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