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Can I change the sped of my case fans?

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So I am trying to change the speed of my case fans so that my two 2080 tis can get more fresh air, ive tried speed fan but it did not work, the fans are connected to the included fan hub in the nzxt h700i, but i could change it to the fan headers on the mobo. Would changing it to the headers on my mobo work do you think? 

 

thanks, cheeze

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18 minutes ago, MrCheeze said:

So I am trying to change the speed of my case fans so that my two 2080 tis can get more fresh air, ive tried speed fan but it did not work, the fans are connected to the included fan hub in the nzxt h700i, but i could change it to the fan headers on the mobo. Would changing it to the headers on my mobo work do you think? 

 

thanks, cheeze

If its a 4-pin then yes you can control the fan speed.


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Speedfan works. You gotta set it up first. Watch youtube. Jay2cent did a good one 2 years ago.


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Which motherboard? SpeedFan and other software only work when you have fans connected directly to the motherboard. If you are using built-in hub on case, refer to case's manual to see if you can connect whole hub to mobo. Or if you need to use USB controlled software aka CAM.

 

To all reading this thread, both 3pin and 4pin fans can be controlled on most motherboards. Mobo determines that, not fans.


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The case fan hub needs to be connected to your motherboard and you need CAM to control the fans. https://www.nzxt.com/camapp

If you connect the fans to your motherboard, you can use the motherboard's fan controls instead. 


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