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Why is it showing N/A on those fans? Are they not being detected or ? I see they are spinning and shit in the case but why don't they show up here 

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If they are 3 pin fans, you wont see anything because there is no sense wire.

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3 hours ago, freeagent said:

If they are 3 pin fans, you wont see anything because there is no sense wire.

The sense wire is still there on a 3-pin fan. Not saying every fan is like that, but to claim 3-pin fans in general do not have a sense wire is incorrect.

https://landing.coolermaster.com/faq/3-pin-and-4-pin-fan-wire-diagrams/

 

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Do you have your fans plugged into the CPU_FAN header on your motherboard? Or elsewhere?

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The readings correspond to specific motherboard fan headers. Do you have anything plugged into those fan headers?

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1 hour ago, WoodenMarker said:

The readings correspond to specific motherboard fan headers. Do you have anything plugged into those fan headers?

Ahh I understand, so I must connect each fan to those headers on the mobo in able to control them in the bios? That's a lot of cables lol

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1 hour ago, StoryVFX said:

Ahh I understand, so I must connect each fan to those headers on the mobo in able to control them in the bios? That's a lot of cables lol

You can get Y-splitters(like your H100x uses) so they can be connected to a single header(for example, if they perform the same function and in the same location). 

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3 hours ago, StoryVFX said:

Ahh I understand, so I must connect each fan to those headers on the mobo in able to control them in the bios? That's a lot of cables lol

It's 1x cable per fan. If you want independent control for each fan, that's what I recommend.

If you use a splitter / hub, all fans connected to it will follow the same fan curve and report the fan rpm from 1x designated fan header on the splitter / hub.

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What @WoodenMarker means is that headers with nothing connected show N/A.

 

If you're using headers that show N/A, which fans are attached, how many, and what is the rated amps?

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