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Which NB Multiframes?

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So I have a fan controller (NZXT Sentry 2) which is due to get here in a day or two, and I was looking into Multiframes.

I've been used Noctuas up until now so I've never had to worry about PWM or anything.

My question is with the NZXT Sentry 2, should I be looking at getting M12-S3HS or M12-P?

Also, I couldn't find anything about multiframes as a HSF, so are they good there? If they are, would I be better off plugging it into my mobo or fan controller?

Thanks
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I have the S1 and S2 as case fans in my new build, and they are awesome. I know they also have very nice static pressure, but there's always the issue of extra noise based on the proximity to the heat sink. I don't know how they do in that regard.

Definitely go for the mobo header for CPU fans and let the mobo turn the fan up or down as needed.
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