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post #2591 of 6035
ok guys up date i have tested the original fan controller stock fans and front led with the psu.

its my first time so i dont know what ticking sounds im looking for, but everything seems to be ok no led flickring or any sounds weird sounds from the fans.

im going to order some corsair sp 120mm and af 120mm and maybe an af 140exust fan and some gt and maybe some thing for the front red led fan and test them.
post #2592 of 6035
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Originally Posted by PurE GaminG View Post

its my first time so i dont know what ticking sounds im looking for, but everything seems to be ok no led flickring or any sounds weird sounds from the fans.

It should be working fine with stock fans, however when you install any other fan you will probably notice "clicking" sound and/or LED flickering.

Here is an example of flickering and "clicking" sound. The sound was similar on my BeQuiet non-LED fans.
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post #2593 of 6035
thanks dragonix for the video now i know what im looking for, didn't have that ticking or flickering on the stock fans. hopefully im going to orders some corsair fans next monday.

one question tho

should i buy some cougar vortex pwm and nocuta pwm fans
post #2594 of 6035
You can't control the PWM fans with the case fan controller if that's what you're wondering. You need to plug them to your mobo or use constant voltage adapters with PSU molex cables.
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post #2595 of 6035
im buying the new asus maximum v exterm mobo so i l be able to control via mobo.

but what's is the function of the pwm does it reduce to the rpm by dropping the voltage depending on the temp

i know that the asus have program ( forgot the name )to control the fans but is that to control the fans connected on the mobo.


im a bit confused, you can control fans via fan controller then from mobo could i use both methods to control the fans depending where the fans are connected.

if someone can explain the difference between pwm and normal fans and to control them i would really be thankful.
post #2596 of 6035
PWM fans are controlled by pulses instead of adjusting their speed by lowering the constant linear voltage like 3-pin fans. They always get 12 volts, but in short pulses. Hence the name, Pulse-Width Modulation. Wikipedia for the rescue!

It's generally a better way to control fan speeds, but you won't notice much, if any difference compared to ordinary 3-pin fans. The nice thing about PWM is that you can split one 4-pin mobo connector even up to 4 PWM fans with splitters and have no problems by controlling their speed by software.
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post #2597 of 6035
thanks its shame we cant control via fan controller but il use the software il have a good read of the link you provided cheers m8 for the help. 1+ rep
post #2598 of 6035
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thanks its shame we cant control via fan controller but il use the software il have a good read of the link you provided cheers m8 for the help. 1+ rep

My mobo that I'm getting has the program you cant think of and heres a short description of it (I dont wanna wait for the M V E lol got lazy and tired of waiting)

http://promotions.newegg.com/ASUS/12-2241/index.html


ASUS Fan Xpert 2 (name of program)
post #2599 of 6035
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My mobo that I'm getting has the program you cant think of and heres a short description of it (I dont wanna wait for the M V E lol got lazy and tired of waiting)
http://promotions.newegg.com/ASUS/12-2241/index.html
ASUS Fan Xpert 2 (name of program)

Yea my Re3 had something like that.. i did not use it to much... im liking my Nzxt fan controller tho... not using the CM one @_@
    
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post #2600 of 6035
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Yea my Re3 had something like that.. i did not use it to much... im liking my Nzxt fan controller tho... not using the CM one @_@

I'm still bedating im curious about the new one......I want to try and get a front bay res....or might just get an internal one honestly. dont know yet....so close till my parts get here.
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