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post #11 of 74
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problem is my cpu cooler is a CM hyper 212+ with the blade master fan.. which goes to 2k+ under heavy load

Suppose that the PWM Chassis_1 4 pin port would work too?, i dont really need them to change speed, as id want them to run at the optimal speed at all times anyway.
post #12 of 74

Stick with a PWM splitter. The Chassis-based fans may respond to changes in chipset temps, but slowly. I myself use two fans on my Armageddon and a TY-140 top intake fan, all hooked to the CPU's PWM. I love to hear it rev up when the load goes up.

 

Fun. Get a PWM splitter.

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post #13 of 74
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Got this PWM splitter (cheapest in dk, couldent find the Gelid one.) Akasa FLEXA FP5 and 3 TY-147 fans
post #14 of 74
The Akasa splitter will work.
You can see how each wire is heatshrinked about 5mm from connector... so all flexing on each braided cable to fan sockets flexes in that 5mm of space.


Grouping molex and fan plug cables together about where the red line is helps relieve the flexing at connector so wires don't stress fatigue and break off. Same applied to each pair of braided cables to fan sockets.. Tape or zip-tie each pair 2-3cm from socket.
post #15 of 74
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Alright, the akasa looked pretty much the same as the Gelid one, but with one more connector, thanks for the heads up!
post #16 of 74
I've used the Akasa myself and it works fine.. until the leads fatigue and start breaking off when I would open up case to work.. Get done, close case turn system on and have a fan either not running at all or running full speed. mad.gif Above suggestion solved the problem for me.. but after that I started using the Gelid splitters. wink.gif
Haven't used the Swiftech yet but have heard good things about it. thumb.gif
post #17 of 74
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cant even find the gelid ones in denmark, but i dont open my case that often
post #18 of 74
You will be fine. Just group and tie the wires like I suggested. thumb.gif

I've done it with electrical tape too.
post #19 of 74
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Yeah, i doubt itll break when the only times ill open the case is when id add new hardware.. which is not that often tongue.gif
post #20 of 74
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Yeah, i doubt itll break when the only times ill open the case is when id add new hardware.. which is not that often tongue.gif
Better safe than sorry mate. I had the first break while I was cable managing new build. Figured it was a fluke.. until it happened again.
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