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Is the fan header on the mobo a four pin ?

If it is, it's a pwm fan the sense pin is used to measure the rotation speed of the fan and the control pin is a open-drain or open-collector output, which requires a pull-up to 5V or 3.3V in the fan. Unlike linear voltage regulation, where the fan voltage is proportional to the speed, the fan is driven with a constant supply voltage; the speed control is performed by the fan based on the control signal.

That will explain your different fan speeds.
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Input anyone?
Nice! I wish I had gotten a modular PSU. But I didn't even know they existed when I got my TX650.

You can just just as good with a non modular one, just figure out a good spot to tuck the non needed cables.
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Is the fan header on the mobo a four pin ?
If it is, it's a pwm fan the sense pin is used to measure the rotation speed of the fan and the control pin is a open-drain or open-collector output, which requires a pull-up to 5V or 3.3V in the fan. Unlike linear voltage regulation, where the fan voltage is proportional to the speed, the fan is driven with a constant supply voltage; the speed control is performed by the fan based on the control signal.
That will explain your different fan speeds.

It has 2 4 pins and 2 3 pins. 4 headers total. The only fans i intened to run is cougar vortex pwm fans that have 4 pins. I put them all into the motherboard and 2 seem to run faster than the other 2. I took 2 out, and place them into the H100 fan headers, and the other 2 into the 4 pin headers on the motherboard.
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I replaced my rear exhaust fan in the end for something that moves a bit more air.
I'm thinking of using the stock fan I removed as an intake in the 5.25" bay area, do you guys think it's a good idea?

I've tried doing that and it seemed like a good idea until i had thoughts of buying a fan controller, since the one that comes with the case was faulty on mines.....every single fan when turned all the way up, the fans were not running at max speeds, in fact, the fan controller is the only negative i can find on this case....
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So there's two controlled via mobo and the other from the H100. Of course they'll do different speeds unless they're fine now ?
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So there's two controlled via mobo and the other from the H100. Of course they'll do different speeds unless they're fine now ?
geez I'm sorry for not beng clear. Its 2am here....that's how I have it currently. 2 in the mobo (4 pin) and 2 in the h100. the h100 header is plugged into the cpu header.....unless it isn't supposed to be plugged in there.
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It's alright it's 4am here.
The pwn header controls the speed through the mobo depending on certain temperatures. But the H100 I'm not sure but that's probably why you got different speeds.
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Heres some more pics. Unfortunately i cannot run a push pull config because of this MSI MB. The bottoms fans cannot mount because the heat pipes above the cpu and the ram placement is too high. But its no big deal for me. smile.gif Ill tidy her up when the rest of my parts come in!!!

You CAN do a push/pull like i did!
To do it you have to screw the inside fans on the rad first..then screw the radiator on the chassis by pulling it towards you and away from the ram sticks but this way you have to use only 5 screws insteed of 8 and screw only the rad on the chassis without the upper fans..(look at the photo)
Once you do that you just put the upper fans using some zip ties ON THE RIGHT POSITION and not on the same position as the radiator cause the radiator is more to the left now..i hope you got what i mean but you have to try it to see how it needs to be done.

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You CAN do a push/pull like i did!
To do it you have to screw the inside fans on the rad first..then screw the radiator on the chassis by pulling it towards you and away from the ram sticks but this way you have to use only 5 screws insteed of 8 and screw only the rad on the chassis without the upper fans..(look at the photo)
Once you do that you just put the upper fans using some zip ties ON THE RIGHT POSITION and not on the same position as the radiator cause the radiator is more to the left now..i hope you got what i mean but you have to try it to see how it needs to be done.
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thanks. i will try that next weekend when my parts come in. i never thought of moving it away from the motherboard...lmao
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