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With the information given, I would recommend the NZXT Sentry 3 or Sentry 2 fan controller. You can buy one here. The reviews are good, the only cons being that sometimes the controller does not work out of the box and that it is easy to make a mess out of the cables. The LED touch screen is of good quality as well.


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If having physical controls on the front of your PC isn't hugely important to you and you are running Windows on your PC, how about a USB fan controller like the NZXT Grid Plus v2? Up to 6 fans, uses the temperature sensors already inside your components so you won't need to wire your own in, multiple profiles, custom temperature curves, up to 6 fans, and ...


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We'd need more specific information about your rig for more precise advice, particularly given the age. Options (in order of estimated cost): 1) Investigate if your current motherboard supports any fan control capability (eg. PWM) - you'll need to get into your BIOS, but it sounds like you have already tried this and found nothing that looks like this. 2) ...


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You didn't mention your location, but here are some options that ship free to UK (I used the zip code of Buckingham palace). You might also notice that I am only giving you Amazon links. This is because that is the only EU friendly purveyor I am familiar with as North American based companies will get hit with tax importation and VAT. Recommended Option: ...


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It's a bit pricey, but the Corsair iCue Commander PRO can handle up to six 3-pin or 4-pin fans. It is powered via SATA from your PSU. I do not recall if it plugs into the case fan header as well, but I do know that it comes with four temperature sensors that you can use for more accurate temperature control. It also supports two individual lighting channels, ...


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I wouldn't use a PWM fan (plugs into motherboard) for this. You're cooling HDDs and the thermostats on the motherboard won't be very good at detecting HDD temps, so you'll probably want the fan to run at maximum speed. Instead, get fans that use your Power Supply Unit's molex connectors (the four-pin connectors that jiggle in their plug if you move the ...


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After no response I bought NZXT GRID+V2 and I can easily recommend this hardware to anyone looking for internal fan controller with many features. Setup: I installed it in Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX with one 200 mm intake fan and three 140 mm exaust fans. It is connected to motherboard through USB connector and to PSU (12V) with Molex 4-Pin connector. ...


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