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See above. Posted a shot of the manual. They are pwm controlled unless there is a voltage controlled fan connected.

I know that manual says they are pwm controlled but the manual is wrong, I've seen this same thing on several Asus boards
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Every CHA_FAN header on my Sabertooth Z77 says they have a pin for PWM control. I have two silverstone FHP-141 connected, an sp120 and af140, All of them are controlled via fan curves in AI suite II. They all respond to the curves set for them. The ASST_FAN headers are the only ones with no PWM pin.
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Every CHA_FAN header on my Sabertooth Z77 says they have a pin for PWM control. I have two silverstone FHP-141 connected, an sp120 and af140, All of them are controlled via fan curves in AI suite II. They all respond to the curves set for them. The ASST_FAN headers are the only ones with no PWM pin.

you're kind of missing the point. There's no way to truly determine PWM/Voltage capability when plugging in any kind of fan. Any fan will appear to respond to voltage control regardless whether it's a 3 pin or 4 pin fan. You need to use the splitter to make that determination.

controlling pwm fans may work fine via voltage. The concern comes up with using Voltage control on the h220 pump. I recommend anyone with the h220 or h320 to use the splitter with the pump at the very least.
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I know that manual says they are pwm controlled but the manual is wrong, I've seen this same thing on several Asus boards

LOL....

Seriously? Because ez12a posted his manual, which clearly shows the chassis fans are NOT pwm controlled.
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LOL....

Seriously? Because ez12a posted his manual, which clearly shows the chassis fans are NOT pwm controlled.

Personally I have used Rampage III Gene and Maximus V Formula that both should have had pwm controlled opt fan headers according to their manuals but in real life both really had voltage controlled opt fan headers. I have also seen several cases like this : http://www.overclock.net/t/1401311/asus-rampage-extreme-iv-pwm-problem/0_20
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Personally I have used Rampage III Gene and Maximus V Formula that both should have had pwm controlled opt fan headers according to their manuals but in real life both really had voltage controlled opt fan headers. I have also seen several cases like this : http://www.overclock.net/t/1401311/asus-rampage-extreme-iv-pwm-problem/0_20

The Opt fan headers are different. Like I said earlier, the only way they are PWM controlled is if you have a thermocouple attached to the corresponding fan header. Otherwise there is no way to control the "OPT FAN" headers outside of the bios.
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Finally installed the H220 but it took me a while to do so on my case, first I thought it was easy to install it by just putting the case on its side and trying to position everything... it was a nightmare trying to do that but little did I know that it was impossible to install it that way because something was blocking a part of the radiator that I was not aware (1hr) so I decided to take things apart and removed my mobo out of its case, took me about close 45mins to just align the fan screws to the fan then to the radiator tongue.gif followed by putting the mobo back again and then I saw it.. the 'screw plate' on the other side is actually like 1.5mm away from the 8pin eps power making it impossible to connect the 8pin back, took out some nail clippers and clipped the locks on the 8pin EPS and clearance is just enough and it also took me a while to decide how I should position my pump, tubes and installing the back plate was quite troublesome compared to the backplate on the D14.

All in all, it was a fun, I am not sure if a leak test is necessary for this but my GPU's are not yet installed. Will add pictures in a bit
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The Opt fan headers are different. Like I said earlier, the only way they are PWM controlled is if you have a thermocouple attached to the corresponding fan header. Otherwise there is no way to control the "OPT FAN" headers outside of the bios.

Did you read the thread I linked, that guys manual also listed chassis fan headers as pwm headers
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Did you read the thread I linked, that guys manual also listed chassis fan headers as pwm headers

Did you read any of my posts? Yes they are PWM controlled... If you have a temp probe connected. Otherwise yes they are voltage controlled. Not sure how much more clear I can make that.
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Did you read any of my posts? Yes they are PWM controlled... If you have a temp probe connected. Otherwise yes they are voltage controlled. Not sure how much more clear I can make that.

I wasn't talking about those opt fan headers, Rampage IV Extreme's manual says that all chassis fan headers are PWM controlled but they are not. Your manual has the same error. You can go on and on but that Speedfan test already made it clear that your chassis fan headers are not PWM controlled. Connect that same fan to cpu fan header and adjust it to 0 % duty cycle and see if it still stops, that's a clear difference between voltage and pwm controlled fan headers.
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