Thursday, March 28th 2019

Phanteks Announces Universal Fan Controller PH-PWHUB 02

Phanteks released today the new Universal Fan Controller, a simple solution to controlling all your fans with a single device. A new design for added functionality and expandability for all fans.

The controller can connect up to 8x fans or more and control both 3pin (DC) and 4pin (PWM) fans simultaneously. Fully take control of your fan setup using manual remote with three speed settings, Silent, Balanced, and Performance. The Universal Fan Controller can also be connected and sync to the motherboard with the provided input cable. Easily mount the Universal Fan Controller to any metal surface thanks to the integrated magnets and place your Manual Remote within reach using the provided Velcro. Whether its silent or performance you are looking for, optimize your system easily by using the new Universal Fan Controller from Phanteks.
Please note, It is possible to add more fans with the optional Phanteks 3-pin (PH-CB-Y3P) or 4-pin (PH-CB-Y4P) y-splitter cables.

Pricing and Availability
Available at most local retailers in April, 2019. MSRP: USD $19.99. Warranty: 2 years.
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9 Comments on Phanteks Announces Universal Fan Controller PH-PWHUB 02

#1
PcForge
how does it connect to the motherboard? does it plug into a 4pin, or something like usb2
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#2
Sp33d Junki3
likely Fan1 is where your CPU header would connect.
Similar to their previous version.
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#3
Xzibit
Sp33d Junki3, post: 4021327, member: 102198"
likely Fan1 is where your CPU header would connect.
Similar to their previous version.
Input - Motherboard
FAN1 - PWM controlled by MB. Read out only connection. Others 4-pins work off FAN1 settings.
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#4
Sp33d Junki3
Xzibit, post: 4021346, member: 105152"
Input - Motherboard
FAN1 - PWM controlled by MB. Read out only connection. Others 4-pins work off FAN1 settings.
Input is the controller
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#5
Xzibit
Sp33d Junki3, post: 4021375, member: 102198"
Input is the controller
Input is either the Manual Controller or direct to Motherboard. Depends which one you want to use.

Its just like the 100s of other Fan controllers just with the addition of the Manual Controller option for the MB control.

PH-PWHUB_02 Manual

If you look the Manual Control is limited to 3 options 40%, 70% and 100%
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#6
Caring1
Sata powered, Input is USB.
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#7
DeathtoGnomes
Their first hub design still works nicely. I've have had as many as 13 fans connected at one time when I was working out my configuration when I first got my Primo case.

a physical remote is a nice option, but it doesnt beat software controlled.
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#8
blobster21
Sp33d Junki3
likely Fan1 is where your CPU header would connect.
Similar to their previous version.
Xzibit
Input - Motherboard
FAN1 - PWM controlled by MB. Read out only connection. Others 4-pins work off FAN1 settings.
Sp33d Junki3
Input is the controller
Xzibit
Input is either the Manual Controller or direct to Motherboard. Depends which one you want to use.
Instructions unclear, not buying it.
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#9
Phanteks
PcForge, post: 4021316, member: 174190"
how does it connect to the motherboard? does it plug into a 4pin, or something like usb2
Our Universal Fan Controller connects with a 4-pin PWM/ DC Input Cable. For more information visit:http://phanteks.com/PH-PWHUB_02.html
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