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Check to see if aquero can do pwm. Else find a different controller. Unless you already own that one. tongue.gif
post #12 of 32
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Wow, thanks man.
I see they are PWM fans though. Would I still be able to control; them with aquaero 5 LT USB controller? not sure.

You can obviously control them using fan controller. You'll use voltage control.

You won't use pwm feature.
post #13 of 32
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You can obviously control them using fan controller. You'll use voltage control.

You won't use pwm feature.

Hmm, I'll have to look up more on that. I wasn't aware you could control PWM fans with voltage.
or even how to do it.
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I personally really like the NB eloops..using them in my S3 and will be using them in my S8 build...
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Hmm, I'll have to look up more on that. I wasn't aware you could control PWM fans with voltage.
or even how to do it.

You'll use 3 of 4 pins.
Edited by ottoore - 3/20/14 at 9:48am
post #16 of 32
I wouldn't recommend this at all. PWM fans are meant to be run at 12 volts and anything else from that can damage them. Yes you can vary the voltage but the whole point of PWM is to modulate the duty cycle. I would suggest getting a fan controller that can do PWM or get different fans.
post #17 of 32
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I wouldn't recommend this at all. PWM fans are meant to be run at 12 volts and anything else from that can damage them. Yes you can vary the voltage but the whole point of PWM is to modulate the duty cycle. I would suggest getting a fan controller that can do PWM or get different fans.

Np aquaero 5lt has pwm fan control.
http://shop.aquacomputer.de/images/product_images/popup_images/53095.jpg

p.s @15goudreau Noctua pwm fans operate at two different voltages, 12 and 7v.
Edited by ottoore - 3/20/14 at 10:02am
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I personally really like the NB eloops..using them in my S3 and will be using them in my S8 build...

I thought you cant use them in a push pull config?
post #19 of 32
I only use push with them...all my rads are set to intake.
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Np aquaero 5lt has pwm fan control.
http://shop.aquacomputer.de/images/product_images/popup_images/53095.jpg

p.s @15goudreau Noctua pwm fans operate at two different voltages, 12 and 7v.

I wasn't aware of this. I guess it is special to Noctua fans. I wonder why you would want both pwm and voltage regulation when they are essentially doing the same thing.
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