Infotech Infotech: Installing a fan controller By bereupsebpani / December 26, 2012 How to install a fan controller. www.infotechnow.com You may also like JMR Infotech Expands Presence in Africa; Opens Office in Kenya By HideHecyWaich / June 15, 2013 Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez – Video Reportajes RUM By EisonRokosz429 / June 14, 2013 ThreatMetrix Study Finds One in Four Retail and Financial Service Employees Participate in BYOD By Beth Bill / June 8, 2013 Justvideos Excels in Online Video Production Service in India By KristiMAmbrose / June 7, 2013 Justvideos’ Online Video Service Helps in Growing Business By jastreender / June 6, 2013 Post navigation Ensure Website Visibility With Search Engine Optimization Slide13The Neuroengine – Antivirus Software For Your Mind 22 thoughts on “Infotech: Installing a fan controller” That is ok! Where did you get the controller?? Log in to Reply You can get fans at the link to Infotech in the description I do not recall the model of the controller. Sorry. Log in to Reply thx another thing… sorry if this is annoying! where can i get those fans and what is the name of the fan controller Log in to Reply One power supply is more than enough to power 3 fans. Log in to Reply Another question… 3. Do you have to have 3 power supplies for 3 fans or can you run them all from 1 power supply? Log in to Reply I have a few questions that are confusing me… Plz answer! 1. Can you have loads of fans on 1 controller 2. What are those fans cos i want them Log in to Reply Thx u help me 🙂 Log in to Reply lesbian wires looks like my computers about to get hot get it 😉 Log in to Reply Thanks Log in to Reply Thank you :D Log in to Reply yeah Log in to Reply So… Every fan has a cable like that? Please answer 😛 Log in to Reply and they are replaceble if i had this controller i would have put in blue leds Log in to Reply Most new fan controllers require 1 or 2 molex cables to be plugged into the fan controlling unit, and have a 3/4 pin (not molex) output for 3-6 fans. This is much better than plugging the 3/4 pin into the motherboard because there will be less stress on the mobo as well as better cable management. For those of you who don’t know where it the unit goes, it goes into the 3.5/5.25 inch drive bay in the front panel Log in to Reply can someone please explain to me where the fan controller GOES? like, do you have to drill a hole in the side of the case or something? Log in to Reply OK, so im building a pc with an aerocool easywatch, and i need to know whether most gigabyte motherboards will have three pin power slots? If so, will they have enough slots for me to not have to use the psu and adapters? Thanks! Log in to Reply ofc you can except that you wouldn’t be able to control individually those 2 fans you connected via fan splitter. 🙂 Log in to Reply Can you use a fan splitter if you have four fans but only a three nob controller? Log in to Reply out of focus Log in to Reply what if my Fan only has a 4 pin Molex cable (that plugs into the psu) and no small 3 pin heads that would connect on the motherboard ? I’m planning to get a fan controller but i don’t know which fans are compatible with the fan controller. Log in to Reply @InfotechSystemsInc does it have to be a particular type of fan Log in to Reply really nice, but i prefer automatic fan controllers. however this is a neat-looking fancontroller Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.