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    Radiator & Case Fans/Reservoir Pumps Connections

    So here's what im getting and planning on doing.


    Case: Thermaltake W100 (P100 in future)
    - 3 Air Flow Fans (3 front): https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16835181023
    - 4 SP Fans ( EK 480 XE radiator): https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16835181040
    - 1 Back Fan: Same as front fans.




    The mobo i have is the Asus deluxe II motherboard.



    Later ill get P100 with a EK 480 rad in it used for both 1080 ICX gpu's and top rad will be for i7 6900k. But for now all will be on top rad till i can get money to split it all up and have two different loops.


    The pump/res combo is one from ek as well that has the 4 pin power connector as well as the 4 pin pwm connector.(Will have two of these in future, 1 for each loop). unless i decide to wait till i have the money for everything to do separate loops first but either way i still need advice.


    I thought of getting these devices at the links below. One is 3 pin with the normal 4 pin molex power connector and the other is 4 pin pwm connected directly to the Mobo.






    My question is, in detail, how would i set up the front fans, back fan, top radiator fans and future bottom radiator fans as well as the pumps either one or two pumps via the PWM connections to my board?


    Im assuming the top 4 rad fans will go to maybe the 4 pin pwm 8 way block to the CPU fan mobo connector and the 3 front fans to chasis fan 2, back fan to chasis fan 1 but bottom rad i wouldnt know. As for now im only doing fans in either push or pull not both on the radiators.


    But my board also comes with a fan extension card that is capable of 4 pwm fans as well. So im confused at where i should plug all the fans at and the pumps as well since they have a 4pin pwm cable along with the standard molex connector.

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    Hi mjohnson24

    All fan headers support up to 1A or 12 watts, the high static pressure fans you listed are rated at .18A. 4 fans x .18A = .72A which still lets you some headroom so you could put all 4 for the cpu on the cpu fan header or 2 on the cpu fan header and 2 on the cpu_opt header. All other fans would go on a chassis fan header which are rated at 1 amp too.

    Or you could just get a nice fan controller.

    With 2 pumps I'd connect them to the psu and have them running 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Hi mjohnson24

    All fan headers support up to 1A or 12 watts, the high static pressure fans you listed are rated at .18A. 4 fans x .18A = .72A which still lets you some headroom so you could put all 4 for the cpu on the cpu fan header or 2 on the cpu fan header and 2 on the cpu_opt header. All other fans would go on a chassis fan header which are rated at 1 amp too.

    Or you could just get a nice fan controller.

    With 2 pumps I'd connect them to the psu and have them running 100%.
    Well there are these sp fans at .08 amps.
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16835181042

    and these af120s at .08 as well
    https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...-021-_-Product


    What do you think about this config?
    - Top rad if i use the 1100rpm SP120 fans at links above at .08amps i could do 4-8 fans on one header and can do push or push/pull with 8 fans connected to this device.
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/modmy...way-block.html

    - Front fans connected to the (chassis 2 fan) on one of those as well even though its an 8way i can still get another one or just get a 4way version thats pwm that only connects to mobo and no molex and connect front fans to it. I can either do the .08amp @1100rpm fans or the other AF120 fans that are at .13 or .18 amps
    http://www.performance-pcs.com/modmy...way-block.html or http://www.performance-pcs.com/modmy...way-block.html

    The front fans on the TT w100 case only have a place for 3-4 fans. I think its only 3 so i dont need that many and they can be the .13 or .18 AF120 (not SP120) fans

    The back is a single fan so i can do the same model thats on the front on the back as well and do it on the chassis 1 fan.

    - now if i did a bottom radiator it would only be a push or pull config so the extension fan header board that comes with my mobo already has 4 pwm fan connections so im probably good there.

    I just didnt know how i would connect the two pumps or the one for now for PWM. Or if i decided to at some point where would i do that at? Would i connect the pump(s) to the pwm board that the fans are running off of? IE res pump for top rad to the 8 way that the top rad fans are connected to and the same for the bottom rad or what?

    Now i did think of connecting them to a controller one day but not sure how i would for all my fans and which controller to get and all that.

    Just trying to figure this out so i can start getting the fans and controllers and stuff i need for it.

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    Here is a nice fan controller that could control all your fans and then some.

    Lamptron FC5 - V3

    6 channels at 30 watts per channel, the LCD can change to any color.

    http://www.lamptron.com/product/controllers/fc5-v3/

    https://www.amazon.com/FC5-Channel-3.../dp/B00DQSTP0O


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Here is a nice fan controller that could control all your fans and then some.

    Lamptron FC5 - V3

    6 channels at 30 watts per channel, the LCD can change to any color.

    http://www.lamptron.com/product/controllers/fc5-v3/

    https://www.amazon.com/FC5-Channel-3.../dp/B00DQSTP0O


    ok so with that i can do the top rad on channel 1 which could be either 4 or 8 fans depending if i do push only or push/pull, channel 2 could be maybe the 3 front fans together, back fan on channel 3 and bottom rad with 4 fans on channel 4 of the lamptron controller?

    But with this i have to keep an eye on the temps (however it sees the temps for each channel) and adjust the RPMs of the fans on each channel? Or do i just use the lamptron on the top rad only or what?

    How do you have yours done?

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    You can control every fan in your case with the lamptron fan controller, each of the high static pressure fans draws .18a or 2.12w, 10 fans on 1 channel would be 21.2w, so you could put 60 fans on it if you wanted.

    I have an external cooler the koolance ERM-2K3U.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    You can control every fan in your case with the lamptron fan controller, each of the high static pressure fans draws .18a or 2.12w, 10 fans on 1 channel would be 21.2w, so you could put 60 fans on it if you wanted.

    I have an external cooler the koolance ERM-2K3U.

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    oh yea thats right. i remember that external cooler

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