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Subscribed , I recently picked up an M8 off of craigslist for $200
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Subscribed , I recently picked up an M8 off of craigslist for $200

If nothing is wrong with the case then my good sir you got a STEAL!!! thumb.gif
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Anyone have any suggestions for Fan Controller?
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Lamptron are my first port of call for high wattage controllers,you should check them out.
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Lamptron are my first port of call for high wattage controllers,you should check them out.

I Have been looking at the Lamptron FC5v2 personally, but didn't know if something better is out there. thumb.gif
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FC5V2 is an excellent fan controller - I used it for quite a while and loved it.

If money is no option and you're a control freak - Aquaero 5. Avoid it like the plague if you're impatient though, it's got a steep learning curve.
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FC5V2 is an excellent fan controller - I used it for quite a while and loved it.

If money is no option and you're a control freak - Aquaero 5. Avoid it like the plague if you're impatient though, it's got a steep learning curve.

Nice fan controller:thumb: but I just don't see the point in spending that much on a fan controller. Plus I prefer a more elegant look. rolleyes.gif You are right though money better be no object for those Aquaero 5s tongue.gif
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So does anyone know of a guide that shows how to connect multiple fans to one channel? Considering I'll be using approximately 12-15 fans in the end.
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