I don't think those MMT afford PWM control over it's own powered fan connections like the Phanteks or the Swiftech hubs do, they just split the input fan cable feed which isn't going to work for my purposes, plus I read here on a topic recently quite a few people saying really bad things about them as far as reliability. If/When I want to just split a fan cable I make my own custom sleeved cables to do that without the need for a possibly untrustworthy pcb adapter and it affords me tidier cable management.
The Swiftech hub uses the pwm from the mobo to control more 4-pin pwm fans. That won't work for me either, because all my fans are going to be 3 pin. The Phanteks hub is unique I believe, in that it uses a PWM connection to the mobo to control ~ eleven 3-pin fans.
I have already ordered fourteen 120mm (for push-pull on a 480 and a 360 rad) and one 140mm GeLid UV Blue Wings fans, all 3 pin, that should be arriving here on Tues-Wed (I also have ordered XSPC waterblocks and backplates for my GTX760s, a 4-pack of primochill rigid UV Blue tubing & UV case lighting). I could just get a fan controller for the lot of them, and the new Aquaero 6 is an eventual possibility, but for right now I'd rather just have an extra Phanteks PWM hub. I've my fingers crossed that there's at least a chance that the case will come with an extra one as a gift for those of us who pre-ordered or at least that they will offer extras for sale as soon as the cases begin shipping.
I guess what I'll do for starters is just hook up all of the exhaust fans - the 8 fans on the top 480 rad and the rear 140mm - to the PWM hub and see what leaving the intake fans - two front Phanteks 140s and the bottom 6 fans on my 360 rad - will sound like at full rpm. That, or the GeLids all come with their own bulky fan speed controls - but I don't know that they are rated for more than one fan each or where I'd have room for 6-8 of them though, or I do have some short 3 pin 12v-to-7v voltage step-down speed reducer cables from some Prolimatech fans. I dunno. We'll see what works.
Personally, I'd love to do 420 x 60 on top and 420 x 80 on bottom both in pull only, at least initially ...one PCB controlling the rad fans and other the case fans. The FAQ says no....the H2O vid implies yes and in the video review they got the Monsta in......I decided to just wait till I have one and then see what fits.
I didn't think a 140mm series rad longer than 280 is going to fit down on the bottom. In the first monstermawd/Jesse video review they showed a hardwarelabs black ice 280 rad wouldn't even fit there and let the side panel be put on, but most other 280s should just barely fit, but that means anything longer than 280 isn't going to be able to fit past the part of the case w/ the 5.25" bay locking buttons that comes down and hides the HDD bays (has the 'Phanteks' plate on it). Unless I'm mistaken only 120mm series rads will fit behind that.
I think down bottom our choices are going to be limited to 140, 280, 120, 240, 360 or 480 rads. That's what the manual says too ...
The bracket is made for a single pump. I don't think it's big enough for what you want to use it for. This is from the owner's manual ...Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 9/22/13 at 11:16pm