the motherboard has fan headers, that should say SYSTEMFAN on them, they will have 4 little pins or maybe 3. 4 pin fans work on 4 pin header and 3 pin fans also work on 4 pin header. it looks like this http://techreport.com/review/13671/how-to-build-a-pc (8th image down)
latest fans should either have a 3 pin or 4 pin connector. if your board runs out of headers. you can buy splitters.
I just want to add that the PWM fan(4 pin) splitters do not control speed on non pwm(3 pin) fans. so if you have 3 pin fans, they will run at full speed with those adapters.
If your board can control 3 pin fans(voltage control) a normal splitter would work, but watch it as most boards will not run much over 2-3 fans(I am sure some fans take less power and some boards give more, but a safe bet to keep the number down).
If the fans are not too loud, I would run them off the power supply at full speed.
your motherboard hvae 3 chassis fan connector and the cpur one ,you could use a splitter to connect 2 120 on one header so 2 splitter = 4 fan and the 200mm one on the other fan header .the daisy chain is to connect one fan with the other isung the white molex cable as show on page 7 of the case manual to the psu , something like this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... for splitter .