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nothing wrong with it:D

There's a Club for that....lol.
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There's a Club for that....lol.
HOW DID I NOT KNOW ABOUT THIS!!
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You could use Akasa PWM splitter cables to power the fans directly off the PSU, and control them with one of the PWM fan headers on your motherboard.
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post #14 of 31
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why not just hook em up to the psu and use them how they are supposed to be intended?
thanks for your input. How would I plug it up to my psu? No 3 or 4 pin connections. I could plug them in my motherboard, but i want to control a cluster of fans. If im watching a movie I dont want loud fans. I dont think thats too much to ask.

Double post fail?

That fan controller is powerful enough for sure, but i would like to be able to see the RPM of the fan. Does it have an LCD above it?
post #15 of 31
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You could use Akasa PWM splitter cables to power the fans directly off the PSU, and control them with one of the PWM fan headers on your motherboard.
I diddnt know it was possible. The only reason i dont want to run them off the MB is because 3 are on one radiator and I have another 120 on a different rad. Plus if i used my cpu fan connection, it would not be at the same rpm as the other fans. Plus I cant control them as easy.

Someone should invent a fan controller, with another remote controller to control the fan controller, ha. You could make millions!!
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yea i clicked "POST QUICK REPLY" 2 times and it posted the same 2 messages.
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89 dBa Computer ?? jet engine
That's pretty loud...
post #18 of 31
This : http://www.zalman.com/eng/product/Pr...ad.asp?idx=341 and two Akasa PWM splitters daisy chained will allow you to control 5 PWM fans if you can't use a motherboard header for that purpose.
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Someone should invent a fan controller, with another remote controller to control the fan controller, ha. You could make millions!!
You could make millions if it was under $100. But the only one i know of is $220. You would have to plug the fans into you PSU though, as the controller only suports 1.65A per channel.
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This : http://www.zalman.com/eng/product/Pr...ad.asp?idx=341 and two Akasa PWM splitters daisy chained will allow you to control 5 PWM fans if you can't use a motherboard header for that purpose.
It looks nice, but i dont think its powerful enough for these fans. If i read it right it said 0.7amps so at 12v your talking what, like 7 watts? I am no good at trying to figure out power problems. I am a little worried my psu isnt powerful enough.
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