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post #11 of 14
Luckly he has have NZXT Apollo case. I am having hard time to slide the fan controller in the expansion slot.
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The fan controller slides in an expansion slot in the back of the case and just plugs into a special plug on the Tuniq fan.
I knew that like the instant I first saw the picture on NewEgg...

I meant where can it be plugged into on the EVGA 680i A1 SLI? I've taken a very, very close look at the mobo, and I don't see where it goes. I'm beginning to assume that I'm going to be plugging it in differently than I think.
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There is a seperate plug on the fan itself the controller connects too.
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There is a seperate plug on the fan itself the controller connects too.
So THAT'S what the Rheostat is! Thanks! I should've Googled it. lol
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