Hi. I'm currently planning out a build for college next year. And yes, I know that's a long way off and that stuff will change. This is a straight tech question though. Before going any further, I'd suggest reading my thread for it here.
I am planning on getting the NZXT Sentry-2 controller to go the Corsair 500r, since I want individual control of all my fans, and a quick way to monitor temps. Just to make your lives easier, the 500r has two 120mm intake on the front, one 200mm intake on the side, and another 120mm on the back for exhaust. I was planning on plugging all of those, as well as the fan from my cooler, into the controller. This way I could control it without having to use software. However, the cooler I wanna get (Hyper 212 EVO) has a 4 pin header, and the Sentry-2 only accepts Molex and 3-pin (i.e. the majority of case fans). What I wanted to know is it is possible, via some sort of PWM to 3 pin or PWM to Molex, to make this setup work. If so, a link to said adapter would be awesome.