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So I got all my stuff and I've been putting together my build and then I realized that I bought 3pin SP120 fans and a 3pin AF120 fan instead of the 4pin PMW versions.... -.-

Idk if I should return them because I don't want to go through the hassle of returning them to amazon but at the same time idk if they are even useful.
would 3pin fans work fine or will they just be on full blast the entire time (I don't want to get a fan controller). Also do 3pin fans work with the H100i connectors for the corsair link (the connectors are for 4pin fans but you can plug in 3pins without the PMW control)?

I dont have any pictures yet because the only camera I have at the moment (iPhone) doesn't do the case justice (basically it looks a lot worse than it is).
post #752 of 914
3pin fans will be fine- control them through your MB bios or with the inline resistors that came with the fans.

If you can't get the noise/speed profile you are looking for, go ahead and return them to Amazon. Amazon returns are hassle free and don't cost you a penny- just your time.

The OG H100 used 3pin fans, so I assume the H100i can do it, too. Easiest way is to check for yourself.
 
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Got the expensive bits in, and put in a few parts to get them out of the way and to sort out how I want to do things, and now awaiting MDPC to start on my cables - not to mention modding the two GPU's to look how I want.

All is gonna be air, except for a H100i.

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3pin fans will be fine- control them through your MB bios or with the inline resistors that came with the fans.

If you can't get the noise/speed profile you are looking for, go ahead and return them to Amazon. Amazon returns are hassle free and don't cost you a penny- just your time.

The OG H100 used 3pin fans, so I assume the H100i can do it, too. Easiest way is to check for yourself.

well there are no AF120's that are PWM so I'll just replace the two SP120's that I was going to use on my radiator. that way they can be connected to the H100i with corsair link tongue.gif

I guess my build will have to wait till tuesday when they get in XD. Also I have a friend that has two 1.5 tb HDD he was looking to get rid of so I might take those off of his hands within the next week or so.

I cant wait till my build is done though! biggrin.gif
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well there are no AF120's that are PWM so I'll just replace the two SP120's that I was going to use on my radiator. that way they can be connected to the H100i with corsair link tongue.gif

I guess my build will have to wait till tuesday when they get in XD. Also I have a friend that has two 1.5 tb HDD he was looking to get rid of so I might take those off of his hands within the next week or so.

I cant wait till my build is done though! biggrin.gif
I control my 3 pin AF and SP fans through Corsair Link, it's a breeze. I wouldn't bother with 4 pin unless you're concerned with every bit of energy you use. (PWM fans typically require less power to spin in comparison to 3 pin.)
You can check out my build if you want to see all of them connected via Link in my 350D

Cheers
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Got the expensive bits in, and put in a few parts to get them out of the way and to sort out how I want to do things, and now awaiting MDPC to start on my cables - not to mention modding the two GPU's to look how I want.

All is gonna be air, except for a H100i.


Holy crapazoos! I just realized that those are 2 Titans XD What are you planning to do with two??? (Hint: give one to me)
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Heh, sorry mate, but afraid I'll skip on that. Went with two less for absolute need, than a case where I want a solution that is going to be top notch for as long as possible. I would of went with one and got the second later, but there is some interesting mods that require the cards to be torn apart to pull off, and this way I can do both at the same time and ensure they match.
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