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Hello guys, I was wondering whether there exists like, a PWM fan controller that can operate independantly from the motherboards PWm signal and can have it's own PWM signal.

This because im using a Swiftech H320 with 6 PWM fans and the pump (also PWM) on a AsRock X79 Extreme4 which ahs, like all AsRocks, the most useless PWM fan control in the history of motherboards and i'd really like something in the direction of: CPU <40c? PWM on 20%. CPU. CPU above 60c? PWM 100%. And a curve in between or not.

Point is, any voltage controlled controller will do this with a simple temp sensor. Hell some can even do it via their own software, BUT, the Swiftech pump HAS to be controlled by PWM as it does NOT like to be controlled by voltage. And neither do my 6 Noiseblocker BSF XLP PWM fans...

Budget? Unlimited pretty much.

I got a voltage controlled Lamptron FC-8 now that I only use for 2 casefans which I can also control with the board via voltage so...
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Thundahcat.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Athlon XP-M Barton @ 2612Mhz ASUS A7N8X-X HIS Radeon X800XL 256MB w/ V-MOD @ 585Mhz GPU 5... 3x512MB Samsung PC-3200 CL3 
Hard DriveCoolingOSOS
Maxtor 80GB IDE Cooler Master alu/copper block with a Slipstrea... Windows 98 SE Windows XP Pro SP3 
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Cooler Master Real Power M520W OEM with great airflow and even cable management 
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