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The Silverstone's fan controller fits in the floppy drive, if that is of any help. You could also remove the knob thing and just put it anywhere on your case

If you're hell bent on using a single fan controller for everything then look in to a Panaflo fan
I am indeed hell bent on one controller. Preferable one with switches for cathodes.
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I am indeed hell bent on one controller. Preferable one with switches for cathodes.

Here is a single rheostst that you could hook several fans to kind of expensive though.....Sidewinder Rheostat - 50 watts
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I am indeed hell bent on one controller. Preferable one with switches for cathodes.
I also want one controller. I'm not sure if I'll have cathodes though. Probably not.
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I just put 2 120mm delta's on my comp


Delta makes 80mm fans, actually I plan on ordering 2 soon. Unfortunately the site I ordered the 120's from is out of the 80's I plant to get. They are loud at full blast but if you have a fan controller you could drop the speed a lil and get 80 cfm or so @ a reasonable decibel level.
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/de80tfexhisp.html

The 120's I got are amazing, They are kinda loud at 1st but I have gotten used to them. I usually have them up when I'm playing games so they don't bother me + I have the Aero gate 3 fan controller so when I go to sleep I just put them down 1 notch each and you can hardly hear them at all. These are IMO the best fans $$ can buy. You can tell just by the way they are made never mind the performance difference between them and other fans. My max load cpu temp was in the 136F - 138F range before, now It never get above 126F - 129F This mind you is with an 800 mhz OC.
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post #15 of 15
They're definitely amazing fans Johnny. But I also use my rig for folding, and I want to keep it very, very quiet when folding (ie: I'm sleeping in the room next door).

Those are just too loud on full throttle for me. I'll get a headache for sure lol
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