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Is it possible to plug these into a mobo header? If not, why? What would I need for these to work? Would a Fanmate 2 be good for a controller?

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don't plug them into your mobo, in all likelihood, it'll draw too much power and shut the system down. Use a fan controller or 3pin to molex adapter.
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don't plug them into your mobo, in all likelihood, it'll draw too much power and shut the system down. Use a fan controller or 3pin to molex adapter.
Would a Zalman Fanmate 2 be good enough?
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Would a Zalman Fanmate 2 be good enough?
how many watts per channel does it have? i think those san aces use about 6w (way to much for a mobo header)
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according to this site: http://www.endpcnoise.com/cgi-bin/e/std/sku=fanmate2

it can handle 6w or lower. so the question now is.... how much watts does the san ace 1011 output?
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according to this site: http://www.endpcnoise.com/cgi-bin/e/std/sku=fanmate2

it can handle 6w or lower. so the question now is.... how much watts does the san ace 1011 output?
6.24w each
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6.24w each
damnit, now i need to spend money to get a fan controller..... money that i dont have..
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