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Asus V-Pro case fans

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Im having difficulty finding out how many fans the Asus P8Z68 V-Pro motherboard can use and im wondering if I will be able to use all my HAFx case fans, and if I can add the second 200mm on top and the two vga fans (120mm and 80mm) respectively.

Sorry if this information is readily available as I cannot find it.
Edited by InfamousLegend - 7/26/11 at 8:36pm
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Found out it has 2 cpu fans 4 pin, 2 case fans and 2 power fans. I would like to know if a 4 pin fan will plug into a 3 pin slot
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Anyone?
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Yes 4 Pin will work in a 3 pin slot, but you will lose the ability to control the fan using PWM.
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Originally Posted by imadude10 View Post
Yes 4 Pin will work in a 3 pin slot, but you will lose the ability to control the fan using PWM.

Thank you for the reply, thought I was alone in here. Is there a way to purchase a separate fan controller or is the mobo it. Kinda disappointed and mad at myself for not looking before I bought. I cant utilize all my fan spots now, just the ones that come with the HAFx case.
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