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890gmx-g65 1 fan header, 5 fans?

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    I have an 890gmx-g65 with 1 fan header. My case (SILVERSTONE Series GD05B) has 5 fans.
    I only have 1 5.25" Bay, witch is used by my combo drive. So how do I hook the fans up?
     
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    That would work too.
     
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    I had that it, it was not worth the $$$ I spent on it the SB chipset fried on me, that board has no extra fan connectors so your best bet is to buy a fan controller and power it through a molex connector.

    Sythe Kaza Master are the best for the price or an cheap adapter.
     
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    Too bad I just sold a Kaze Master :p
     
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    Thanks JrRacinFan. Is there a way to hook that 4 x 3-pin Fan Male to 4-pin Molex Male Adapter to something like this? XIGMATEK CSF-CBK33-U01 Mono-Cool Fan Controller. so I have some controll over the speed?
     
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    Actually you could. It would adjust all fan speeds with one knob. Or you can use both, one for full 12v on 24.7 foup to 4 fans and the other for up to 3 fans single adjustment.
     

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