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Actually, that Sunbeam fan controller you linked to has NO PWM capability. In fact I haven't seen a single fan controller on the market that truly supports PWM speed control, which is a bizarre omission.

Sunbean fan controller can be connected to the PWM fan header of a motherboard, and change fan speeds of the fans connected to it based on that.
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i have a logisys 6 channel controller and its has long cable with 4 pin ends to connect to PWM fans - etc, - i control mines from the controller -


only fan i keep on board is the CPU with the antec 920
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Originally Posted by hpmoon View Post

Actually, that Sunbeam fan controller you linked to has NO PWM capability. In fact I haven't seen a single fan controller on the market that truly supports PWM speed control, which is a bizarre omission.

Holy moly everyone. Get a normal voltage based fan controller, you know, with a knob or something?! Then just adjust it to your liking. Why does everything need to have a sensor, have profiles, be automated, auto raise/lower speeds based on temps. Honestly, if your fans are that loud, get a better case for airflow, get better fans and buy a simple controller. The fan talk is so tiring. Really, it is.
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I finally got 4.5 stable prime for 7 hours - i feel good about this setup now -

i am running IBT now - 4.7 - passed very high - doing maximum now - dont feel like doing another 7 hours of prime right now -





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Holy moly everyone. Get a normal voltage based fan controller, you know, with a knob or something?! Then just adjust it to your liking. Why does everything need to have a sensor, have profiles, be automated, auto raise/lower speeds based on temps. Honestly, if your fans are that loud, get a better case for airflow, get better fans and buy a simple controller. The fan talk is so tiring. Really, it is.

So we can only discuss things you approve of? kookoo.gif
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yes thanks -
i have a question maybe someone can give me some info on the UD5H board -
i want to add new fans to my antec 920 cooler -
i found a nice fan - coolermaster Xtraflo model - high static pressure rating and its 4 pin for PWM control -
the amps it draws are 0.45 - max 0.7
power watts is - 5.4 watts - max 8.4 watts
i would be adding two fans in push pull and both would be connected to the cooler and then in the CPU header -
would the board - CPU header handle the amp and power of both fans ?

Your exceeding the 1 amp max for the header, so it's up to you as to what you are willing to try.
post #4488 of 6656
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yes thanks -
i have a question maybe someone can give me some info on the UD5H board -
i want to add new fans to my antec 920 cooler -
i found a nice fan - coolermaster Xtraflo model - high static pressure rating and its 4 pin for PWM control -
the amps it draws are 0.45 - max 0.7
power watts is - 5.4 watts - max 8.4 watts
i would be adding two fans in push pull and both would be connected to the cooler and then in the CPU header -
would the board - CPU header handle the amp and power of both fans ?
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Your exceeding the 1 amp max for the header, so it's up to you as to what you are willing to try.

There are PWM fan splitters that come with a molex plug so you can power it with the PSU through a molex wire directly while controlling it with your motherboard header, the Rosewill I listed is the only thing Newegg has I think but you can find more options on frozencpu.com and similar sites.
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Your exceeding the 1 amp max for the header, so it's up to you as to what you are willing to try.

Oh whow - too late - i ordered them already -

where did you see that - i was looking in the manual to find out the limits and i didnt find it - i didnt think it would be too much which the board is being powered by the PSU - anyway - i would think the CPU header be able to handle the most out of the fan headers -

if you seen that in the manual - can you link that to me so i can read it -

worst case means i cant put them full blast ? what would happen if it exceeded the limit - would it shut down - or slow down ? any protections which the board will do to stop it from doing any damage ?

i may have a option around that - if i really have to - i was looking to use the Chill software to control the fans - but if i really have too - i have a 6 channel fan controller - one channel free -

i think handles 25 watts a channel and i do have a Y cable PWM splitter also - worst case - i can connect both fans to the Y cable and then into the fan controller - - would just plug in the wire from the Antec Cooler into the CPU header leaving the other ends empty with nothing connected to it -

would that work - would lose Chill control of the fans and have to use the fan controller -

i didnt want to use the main fans of the controller just in case it should fail - i would at least have the cooler fans still running off the CPU header -

i would have to leave everything up to the Controller now and hope that dosnt fail -- never had one - so not sure how long they last -
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So we can only discuss things you approve of? kookoo.gif

It's pretty funny. I said the exact same thing how this motherboard while great in stability is completely ruined by the piss poor fan controller and got chewed out for it.

How this gen motherboard fails to have this ability when my years old abit had it is beyond me.

If I knew it ahead of time i would've gone elsewhere (and yes i did get a fan controller but knocks are total crap vs have the fans ramp up dynamically according to my gpu temps). The moment haswell comes out i'm dumping this motherboard and going to another company.
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