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Thermaltake armor mx+ - how to make slient
espionage 
27/8/08 12:30:37 PM
Master
i have this case and like the looks of it. however this is too lound even louder than my antec 900 on full speed. is there a way to control the fan speeds using some software. it has 2 x 120mm fans and a big 220mm side fan. i tried using speedfan but can only control cpu fan. the rear fan is connected to the mobo using sys_fan jumper but i still cannot control its speed using speedfan.

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nesquick 
27/8/08 12:51:33 PM
Guru

you can do 12v > 7v mods to them that should effectively cut their speed by about 60%

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espionage 
27/8/08 2:30:19 PM
Master
the rear fan is connected to mobo but i still cannot control its speed. any ideas how to control that fan.

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mohawk 
27/8/08 6:36:18 PM
Guru

You could always use a fan controller,

http://tinyurl.com/5lqh9w

or a fan power reducer,

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=9_411

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discoInferno 
27/8/08 6:48:15 PM
Charge

What mobo do you have? Some will let you control fan speed through the bios. I've got an Asus M2N32SLi-Deluxe and can control the cpu and two (I think) case fans through the bios.

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espionage 
28/8/08 7:10:54 AM
Master
in this rig i have GA-X38DS5

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