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Upgrading New Fans for the Case

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Hola Amigos,

not long ago I bought a pair of Phanteks PH-F140SP 140 mms fans and i now its time to install them in the case, i will use these 2 for the front as intake. One thing im not sure about is fan positioning, should i put them more to the top or more to the bottom? my guess is the top makes more sense, unless id want to keep the HDDs cooler, which are on the bottom, probably keeping CPU or GPU cool is more important. My case is a Phanteks Enthoo PRO M

Another question is where to plug them in the MoBo, i only have one PWM fan and its the CPU fan, the other 3 fans are variable voltage control, so i can only use any of these 3 ,in fact there is already a fan plugged into a sys fan which is the stock rear exhaust fan so i have just 2 left. Sometime ago i asked on this forum whether i should buy a PWM splitter / hub or not to have them all feed from the PSU directly, but that depended more on the fan i was going to get and this phanteks dont seem to be the case ( PWM). To be honest i dont know very much about fan tech stuff.

id appreciate your help with this upgrade guys

gracias

This is my Rig :

Edited by chileanfox - Today at 9:53 pm '); }
Date: Jun 19, 2017   


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