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Case supports 5 fans but motherboard only has two headers help?

So I'm building my first PC and needless to say I'm a novice I get the basics but I currently got a case on a deal for 29$ a thermaltake core g21 tempered glass that supports up too 5 120mm fans or 2 120mm and 2 140mm. The problem I'm running into is I'd like to run a 4 if not full 5 fan set up but most of the boards in my price range come with two 4 pin fan headers, so I'm looking at what my options might be?

Boards I'm looking at are Asrock z390 extreame 4 or phantom 6, asus Rog z390-H or prime A. So far what options iv seen are ether y splitters but IV heard some bad rumors about that route or a fan control hub like the aigoo or nzxt grid+ I'd prefer to maintain some control over fan spead if possible.

  • CPU
    Ryzen 3700x
  • Motherboard
    Asus rog hero vii
  • RAM
    Corsair pro rgb 16gb 3400 oc stock timings
  • GPU
    Radeon Vii
  • Case
    Thermaltake G21 TG
  • Storage
    My digital ssd 250gb pro m.2 (boot) 2tb berracuda 7200rpm +Toshiba x300 4gb 7200rpm
  • PSU
    Evga g3 750
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not really much point in running shitloads of fans really, but if you really want to spend money on fans instead of components then you could get some fan splitters like this:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/3-4-Pin-PWM-Fan-Power-Y-Cable-Splitter-NEW-PC-Compute-For-Case-CPU-Fans-New/311813056919?hash=item489981a997:g:Zc4AAOSw3v5YtjJ-:rk:2:pf:1&frcectupt=true

 

but that exact one wont let you use PWM controll im pretty sure

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Get a fan hub like the the silverstone PWN one. Much less cable mess

Setup:

 


CPU - i7-8700

Cooler - Cryorig H7

Motherboard - MSI Z370 Gaming Plus

Ram - Trident Z RGB (DDR4 16GB @ 3000Mhz)

Storage - 1x MX500 (500GB) SSD, 1x Barracuda (1TB Hard Drive)

GPU - EVGA 1080 SC 

Case - Cooler Master H500P Mesh (White)

PSU - Rosewill Photon 650w Fully Modular 80+ Gold

OS - Win 10 Home

Monitor - Asus VG248QE 144hz 1ms 24'

 

Peripherals:

 

Mouse - Razer Deathadder Elite

Keyboard - G910 Orion Spark

Headset - HyperX Cloud II

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