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[Help] Rog Front Base or Fan controller?

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Hi Guys, im new here and sorry for my bad inglish, now to the problem.

So, im building a quad Xfire 290X + 4930k Build, and using all Rad spots on the 900D, that being 2x480rads + 2x240 rads all in push-pull, than i got like 24 fans. I want something to controll their speeds, i saw a review on the Rog Front Base(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJlu1FGCpcc) what would be perfect for me but not sure if it can handle 24 fans. Some one got one or know if it can? Or what other fan controler i can use? If using another fan controller i would like to controll speeds for my 2 loops individualy.

Sorry again for my inglish and tks for all aswers.
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http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/ROG_Front_Base/overview/
Quote:
Monitor your system and control multiple fans – real-time management of the CPU cooler and up to four other case fans – and all can be controlled individually!

Looking at the back of the unit, it does not have any fan ports for fan cables to actually plug into it. It seems it allows you to control fans that are connected to your motherboard's fan headers, which is what this review of it on Newegg says. I'm not sure what ASUS motherboard you are using but trying to control that many from the mobo's fan headers is probably going to be a bad idea.
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