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post #21 of 26
Do you have your PWM fans plugged into a PWM controller? or using a 3 pin adapter?
post #22 of 26
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Now maybe in the summer when I have time outside of school I'll paint the interior properly.

add a window too. i did that to my antec 300 and it made it look A LOT better. then add some orange sleeved LEDs in there... thumb.gif
post #23 of 26
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They are plugged into the H100 fan controller which has PWM control.
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post #24 of 26
Well, I think I'll need to get myself a good PWM fan controller instead of the Cosmos 2 system. So far, good quality fans, but I think I simply am not using them correctly because on medium they move almost no air, and on high, I would mistake them for delta's.
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didn't think they would make good case fans..... hmm interesting lol. im guesing your h100 is in the front?
   
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post #26 of 26
I don't want to give up on these fans just yet, considering I invested so much money and time into them. Can anyone recommend a PWM fan controller? Price isn't much of a concern since I want to provide these fans with what they need. I'm thinking the stock fan controller can't really handle the nonstock fans.

My 140's are rated for 16db with the adapter while stillpushing 50cfm and while they are quiet now, they aren't pushing much at all. The 120's feel really weak and while quiet, should be that quiet while moving much more.
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