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cant find where the fan speed control plugs in, anyway i can adjust fan speed vie control panel or something?
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prolly on ur computer, laff...
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cant find where the fan speed control plugs in, anyway i can adjust fan speed vie control panel or something?
I'm not sure I understand your post.

Now, if the fan has a speed controller, its normally "built-in" into the fan controller. Or do you mean SpeedFan.


Also realize that only some fans can be changed in RPM, they are set to a constant.


Not sure if any of that helps, please clarify your question a little bit.
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you plug the fan into the motherboard and then control its speed with speedfan. if you can't find out where to plug it in look in the MB manual. hope that helps
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yeah, this is a difficult question to understand. if you want to control your fan speed using software, your fans need to have the little 3- or 4-pin power connectors on them to plug them into your motherboard. if they have the big 4-pin Molex connectors, they won't plug into your motherboard. you'll need an adapter.

if you have an actual switch on your case that is a fan speed controller, you need to plug all your fans into it. it will most likely have both male and female connectors so you can plug more than one fan into it.

if you're controlling your fan speed using software, your windows control panel won't do it. either your motherboard came with software for doing that or you'll have to download a program like SpeedFan to do it. please go to your User CP on this site and fill out your system specs. it will help people answer your questions better in the future.

i love how i responded to his single sentence question with 3 full paragraphs. i'm stupid like that.
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Shaq, check your attitude at the door. nobody here wants to hear it.
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