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So I have a bunch of Cooler Master R4 series fans and I need to ask something here, How do you replace a CPU PWM Fan with a Regular non-PWM fan and still plug it in the PWM port and get Fan Control?!
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You need a 'converter'.

Take a look here:
http://forums.vr-zone.com/the-overcl...converter.html
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You need a 'converter'.

Take a look here
Then how do a lot of people say "I'm gonna change my CPU Fan" or "I'm gonna put another fan in push/pull setup" where do they plug these?
    
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Then how do a lot of people say "I'm gonna change my CPU Fan" or "I'm gonna put another fan in push/pull setup" where do they plug these?
At least 3 possibilities:
(a) those fans are plugged into 3-pin header on the motherboard
(b) those fans are 4-pin themselves
(c) using a fan controller (most likely scenario)
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I have SYS_FAN Headers and PWR_FAN headers with 3-pin and one only SYS_FAN1 has a 4 pin header, I know it doesn't mean anything but any help would be appreciated
    
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post #7 of 8
Most just use a 4pin PWM splitter. That way you can connect two PWM fans to that header.
This or this.
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A fan mate would be the cheapest way,imo
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