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Way to increase fan speed

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Is their a way to increase the fan speed without a controller. Im trying to speed it up, not adjust it. It runs very slow, and blows no air. Its some cooler master 120mm fan and its performance sucks.
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If its not hooked up to a fan controller or set to a manual speed in the bios its already running 100%.

It might just be one of those quiet fans and doesn't move alot of air.
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Well... if it's 5v you could mod it to use the 12v, other than that no.
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If you have a step-up transformer or 12v+ dedicated PSU. Otherwise, get a new fan...
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I got a 120mm rear exhaust, and a 120mm front intake fans, both thermaltake thunders that work great, but my other intake sucks lol, just wanna see if i could get any more outta it. Its a 3 pin wire connector
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