Front: 230 x 30 mm red LED fan x 1, 700 RPM, 110 CFM, 19 dBA (pushing air in the case)
Side: 230 x 30 mm standard fan x 1, 700 RPM, 110 CFM, 19 dBA (pushing air in the case)
Top: 230 x 30 mm standard fan x 1, 700 RPM, 110 CFM, 19 dBA (pulling air from the case)
Rear: 140 x 25 mm standard fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 60 CFM, 17 dBA (pulling air from the case)
My motherboard is the Asus P8P67 EVO which has 2 Chasis fan connectors and 1 Power fan connector.
I wanted to know should I get 2 fan splitters and connect the front and the side fan together to 1 Chasis fan connector and the rear and the top one to the other Chasis fan connector or should I get one fan splitter connect 2 fans together to one connector and the remaining two to the other Chasis connector and the Power fan connector.
Which would be better or do you have any other recomendations?
ya it will drop RPM little, i used that actually as benefit back in days hook up 4- 80mm fans on 1 header using splinters to make them quieter.
Now-days everything runs much cooler, at idle don't even need any fans while gaming set fans to full blast
lol you made my morning
anyway if you want auto, just connect front, side, top to motherboard and set it on auto in bios. Then get 4 pin molex to fan adapter for rear fan.
the 3 will adjust depending on temperature, without the need to mess with annoying knobs
I have actually considered such an option but I believe the rear fan would be a bit too loud if I connected it to the 4 pin molex to fan adapter that's why I was thinking of connecting the front and the rear (the least important for me) with a fan splitter in the Power fan connector. I just want as much silence as possible in my system so should I connect the front and the rear together?
CPU: NONE Memory: NONE GPU: GPU clock at 884 Mhz, Memory clock at 2100 Mhz
I just want the computer to run silently when it's not doing anything intensive like gaming and to boost the fans when they are really needed that's why I'm going for automatic controlling because you get silence when that much airflow is not needed and the airflow is boosted when it's needed