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post #2561 of 6042
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Originally Posted by PurE GaminG View Post

just got a email back from coolermaster and im very disappointed with the reply
"Please first test this fan controller because not all of these fan controllers are faulty. After you have use the fan controller please let me know if it has issue or not".
i dont have motherboard to test it out on, or the fans yet cant afford to buy everything at once, they should replace without any questions dont you think, they made the new fan controller obviously because old wasn't functioning properly. i dont know what to do.
everybody else has got their new fan controller without any fuss and they didn't have to send back their old fan controller
are u joking me so they want us to bring the whole case in so they can replace it?
his there any way of testing the fan controller without the motherboard just to test the fans and led. i wont able to test the power and reset cause there no motherboard but i can at least test the fan s and led?

Yes very easy

 

1. Get a power supply

2. Get  a paper clip. 

3.  Unfold the Paper clip and stick one end into the power supplies motherboard connectors Green cable end and one black end to the left of the green connector. 

IMG_0440.JPG

 

This will allow the power supply to turn on.  Just plug your fan controllers power connector (should be a black molex connector)  into the power supplies Peripheral (molex)  connectors and you should be fine to go. This is how you test your water cooling build (for leeks) without having power to MB or any other electrical items just have your pump plugged in and away you go.


Edited by gponcho - 7/6/12 at 6:40am
post #2562 of 6042
Finally got a reply from Coolermaster Europe and they are shipping me the new fan controller biggrin.gif
post #2563 of 6042
ty gponcho would the fan controller also work or just the fans because the cooler master guys asked me to "

Please first test this fan controller because not all of these fan controllers are faulty. After you have use the fan controller please let me know if it has issue or not".


if i could power the fan controller with the psu method you have showed me

how would i test it, would i look to see led work on the fan controller itself, and to see all function work , speed control, led/on/ off with front stock fan
post #2564 of 6042
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Finally got a reply from Coolermaster Europe and they are shipping me the new fan controller biggrin.gif


what did they ask you if you dont mind me asking? and which distributor was it?
post #2565 of 6042
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Originally Posted by PurE GaminG View Post

ty gponcho would the fan controller also work or just the fans because the cooler master guys asked me to "
Please first test this fan controller because not all of these fan controllers are faulty. After you have use the fan controller please let me know if it has issue or not".
if i could power the fan controller with the psu method you have showed me
how would i test it, would i look to see led work on the fan controller itself, and to see all function work , speed control, led/on/ off with front stock fan

Yes you will be able to see the LED's and be able to increase or decrease the speed of the fans (basically the fan controller is working). You will see the power light as well as the LED (on/off) light even though depending on the fans you have ( I replaced my stock fans with Bitfenix Spectre Pro fans) the LED on/off button may not work (but the actual LED light will go on and off)

post #2566 of 6042
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Originally Posted by PurE GaminG View Post

what did they ask you if you dont mind me asking? and which distributor was it?

They asked me to simply describe the model of fans I'm using and what problem I had - To which I explained the ticking problem and flashing LED's - Even my coolermaster megaflows flash and tick on anything but the maximum speed setting.

Other than that they just wanted my serial number and proof of purchase (from scan.co.uk)

This was all discussed directly via email at support@coolermaster.nl

Hope that helps
post #2567 of 6042
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Originally Posted by gponcho View Post

Yes you will be able to see the LED's and be able to increase or decrease the speed of the fans (basically the fan controller is working). You will see the power light as well as the LED (on/off) light even though depending on the fans you have ( I replaced my stock fans with Bitfenix Spectre Pro fans) the LED on/off button may not work (but the actual LED light will go on and off)

my first time doing this so what wires do i need to connect from th fan controller to the psu i understand the paper clip goes into the green and in one of the black connecters
Edited by PurE GaminG - 7/6/12 at 7:16am
post #2568 of 6042
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Originally Posted by Tasan View Post

They asked me to simply describe the model of fans I'm using and what problem I had - To which I explained the ticking problem and flashing LED's - Even my coolermaster megaflows flash and tick on anything but the maximum speed setting.
Other than that they just wanted my serial number and proof of purchase (from scan.co.uk)
This was all discussed directly via email at support@coolermaster.nl
Hope that helps

i guess they asked me the same question

"Please first test this fan controller because not all of these fan controllers are faulty. After you have use the fan controller please let me know if it has issue or not".

i was just making sure they weren't messing me a about:eh-smiley
post #2569 of 6042
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Originally Posted by PurE GaminG View Post


my first time doing this so what wires do i need to connect from th fan controller to the psu i understand the paper clip goes into the green and in of the black connecters

NP.

 

The first thing is that your fans in the case should be plugged into the fan controller (i.e. Front 200mm fan should be plugged into the cable that is labeled front, side hard bottom hard drive fans should be plugged into cables labeled HDD (*note you will have 3 HDD cables the third fan is for the bottom front fan that also cools the bottom hard drives). 

 

Once all the fans are connected you will see a black cable with a molex connector (see picture below) at the end of the cable  going into your fan controller (this is the power connect for the controller). Plug this into one of the power supplies molex connector's.  Once completed turn on your power supply and you should have power to the fan controller.

 

IMG_0441.jpg


Edited by gponcho - 7/6/12 at 7:43am
post #2570 of 6042
thank you very much gponcho i really appreciate the help i ts people like you who makes this world a better place, and people like you who make this forum absolute brilliant who help novices like my self once again thank you very much i wish i could do something for you. 1 +rep


weathers really bad in uk warning of flash floods my old pc is at my old house so i cant take the psu out to to day i will grab taxi 2 morro and get it and give it go with the stock fans in, i ll check the fan controller itself to see if it works and then ill see if there in problems with stock fans i.e ticking , flickering and then ill buy some cougar vortex and leds fans to finally test it.
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