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Can they be controlled off a 3 pin fan controller?

yea mine were 3 pin fans. I actually can control them from my mobo.
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yea mine were 3 pin fans. I actually can control them from my mobo.
Nice! Looks like the Sickleflows are right up my alley? As stated previously in the post would my fan set up be okay? Definitely want to create positive pressure (dusty cases are no fun!!!)
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I'm actually going to string my case with LED RGB strips (the ones that come with a little remote) I'm definitely digging the R4's since they don't throw a bunch of light as far as I can tell from youtube vids
I'm planning on doing my whole room. Actually just made a scale drawing of it to figure out how much I need. I have to try and figure out a way to not spend like $300 on some LEDs

Have you done much research on them? The way I'm configuring it I need to run the 4 wires like 30 feet. So I need little ribbon clips. I think the place on Amazon is LEDwarehouse, they're local so I may have to call them. They didn't get back to me by email.. hmph.
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Coolmaster tends to overrate/ under rate there fans depending on how you look at it
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I'm planning on doing my whole room. Actually just made a scale drawing of it to figure out how much I need. I have to try and figure out a way to not spend like $300 on some LEDs

Have you done much research on them? The way I'm configuring it I need to run the 4 wires like 30 feet. So I need little ribbon clips. I think the place on Amazon is LEDwarehouse, they're local so I may have to call them. They didn't get back to me by email.. hmph.
I was looking at this kit!

Also check out barlighting.com they have tons of RGB Led kits for home use. I think there are several other websites by the same company for different uses. You could at least get an idea there and shop elsewhere as I don't know how reputable barlighting.com is.
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Coolmaster tends to overrate/ under rate there fans depending on how you look at it
What would your suggestion be as far as LED fans then?
I also saw the Aerocool Sharks but they're pricier and I'm not a huge fan of the blades
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Let's face it, unless you are going to shell out 2x as much, your best bet are R4 Sickleflows. They do produce a massive amount of static pressure and CFM. Any loudness (usually caused from sucking through honeycomb mesh) can be negated with a shroud. They make superb case and heatsink fans. There are better fans out there, but these are best bang for the buck in my opinion.
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Gelid Wing 12's ^_^
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post #19 of 25
AeroCool Shark 120mm Blue Edition

I bought a 140mm, and it's awesome. Pair it with a fan controller so you can tone it down when not under load, and it's sweet.
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Gelid Wing 12's ^_^
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