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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Exactly. I want to use the PWM signal of my GPU for the case fans that are intended to provide airflow for the GPU.

1. http://www.gelidsolutions.com/products/index.php?lid=2&cid=11&id=63 has the following:

A. 4 x 4 Pin PWM Header
B. 1 x 4 Pin PWM Connector
C. 1 x 4 Pin Molex Header

2. Connect this http://www.gelidsolutions.com/products/index.php?lid=2&cid=11&id=60 to GPU.

3. Connect cable from Step #2 to connector B.

4. Connect connector C to power supply's molex power connector

5. Connect each connector A to each case PWM case fan
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This should be what you are looking for, if not then look around on that site as they have a quite a few uncommon adapter cables.

Thanks for the link but that is actually not what I'm looking for. The one you linked will make the GPU fans use the PWM fan header of the motherboard. I actually need the other way around. I need my case fans to use the PWM signal of the GPU but AT THE SAME TIME the GPU fans are still connected to the GPU PWM fan header.

In essence, what I need is:

mini-GPU fan connector
> mini-GPU fan header (in order to connect the original GPU fans to it)
> standard fan header with only one pin which is the PWM pin (in order to connect this)

Did you get what I mean?
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Originally Posted by iatacs19 View Post

1. http://www.gelidsolutions.com/products/index.php?lid=2&cid=11&id=63 has the following:
A. 4 x 4 Pin PWM Header
B. 1 x 4 Pin PWM Connector
C. 1 x 4 Pin Molex Header
2. Connect this http://www.gelidsolutions.com/products/index.php?lid=2&cid=11&id=60 to GPU.
3. Connect cable from Step #2 to connector B.
4. Connect connector C to power supply's molex power connector
5. Connect each connector A to each case PWM case fan

Yes I know about these products but the procedure you mentioned will render the GPU fans not connected, correct? My target is for the GPU fans to STILL be the main fans for the GPU and the case fans are mounted on the case but gets their PWM signal from the GPU itself. I hope you understand what I mean smile.gif
post #13 of 21
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One more thing, does the PWM fan header on the video card have the same pinouts as that of the PWM headers in motherboards?
post #14 of 21
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post

Thanks for the link but that is actually not what I'm looking for. The one you linked will make the GPU fans use the PWM fan header of the motherboard. I actually need the other way around. I need my case fans to use the PWM signal of the GPU but AT THE SAME TIME the GPU fans are still connected to the GPU PWM fan header.
In essence, what I need is:
mini-GPU fan connector
> mini-GPU fan header (in order to connect the original GPU fans to it)
> standard fan header with only one pin which is the PWM pin (in order to connect this)
Did you get what I mean?
Yes I know about these products but the procedure you mentioned will render the GPU fans not connected, correct? My target is for the GPU fans to STILL be the main fans for the GPU and the case fans are mounted on the case but gets their PWM signal from the GPU itself. I hope you understand what I mean smile.gif

You just need to split the cable from the GPU then. Yes, all PWM cables should be the same orientation for the most part.
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You just need to split the cable from the GPU then. Yes, all PWM cables should be the same orientation for the most part.

And what do you use to achieve that?
post #16 of 21
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post #17 of 21
Get your GPU PWM to 4 times standard case PWM connection using the two cables you have listed in the OP, plug your desired case fans you want controlled by GPU temp in to up to 3 of those 4, then plug in the stock GPU fans into the final standard case PWM connection of the 4 using the cable I posted above. That is what you want to do and will work.
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post #18 of 21
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Get your GPU PWM to 4 times standard case PWM connection using the two cables you have listed in the OP, plug your desired case fans you want controlled by GPU temp in to up to 3 of those 4, then plug in the stock GPU fans into the final standard case PWM connection of the 4 using the cable I posted above. That is what you want to do and will work.

Can you expound more? I'm confused on your post?

And also, the mini-GPU fan connector of the GPU fans won't fit the standard PWM header of those cables, right? And you should also consider the current rating of the video card PWM header. It's not easy as plugging everything where they would fit.
post #19 of 21
GPU PWM to standard PWM, to 4-way standard PWM splitter, to the PWM case fans you want controlled by the GPU temp and then to the original GPU fans by way of this. That's the best I can do, if you still don't follow then I can't help you.

I don't need to consider the current rating, I'm not the one that's trying to do this. You can consider if what you want to do is a good idea or not, I'm just trying to get you to realize I posted a solution for what you want to do a week ago so you will stop bumping this thread needlessly.
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GPU PWM to standard PWM, to 4-way standard PWM splitter, to the PWM case fans you want controlled by the GPU temp and then to the original GPU fans by way of this. That's the best I can do, if you still don't follow then I can't help you.
I don't need to consider the current rating, I'm not the one that's trying to do this. You can consider if what you want to do is a good idea or not, I'm just trying to get you to realize I posted a solution for what you want to do a week ago so you will stop bumping this thread needlessly.

Ok thanks anyway. I completely understand you, I'm just writing my thoughts here, you know. Seems you got offended, I apologize.
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