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How much cooling can I add this this mainboard ? Asus Prime H410M-K mATX

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How much cooling can I add this this mainboard ? Asus Prime H410M-K mATX
I want to add two or 3 fans for case
 

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Look at the manual, count the fan headers, and if that's not enough get a fan controller, splitter, or adapters to run more.
 
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Look at the manual, count the fan headers, and if that's not enough get a fan controller, splitter, or adapters to run more.
how can I check it ?
and how it look?
 

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It looks like you have only 2 fan headers, both 4 pin, it says so in the boards spec under "Internal I/O".
 

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so I can install two fan on case and one for cpu?
How are you gonna connect three fans to two headers? That's not how math works unless you are using a splitter. You can get 4-lin splitters anywhere for cheap and if you need more, should just get a fan controller if your case supports it.
 
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CPU_FAN header along the top, CHA_FAN header on the left. I would look into splitters like the others have suggested because it's likely you're going to want more than just a single exhaust fan
 

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Cases can also come with fan hubs. Something to ponder if you haven't already selected a chassis.
 
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How are you gonna connect three fans to two headers? That's not how math works unless you are using a splitter. You can get 4-lin splitters anywhere for cheap and if you need more, should just get a fan controller if your case supports it.
Cases can also come with fan hubs. Something to ponder if you haven't already selected a chassis.
CPU_FAN header along the top, CHA_FAN header on the left. I would look into splitters like the others have suggested because it's likely you're going to want more than just a single exhaust fan
in my old computer I have 4 fans - 1cpu and 3 cases how it possible?
and I got mainboard h140m plus/
some pictures

as you see I don't use ch fans and all working
 

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Because there's an adapter in there that you amazingly never mentioned. We can't help when you don't tell us everything.

Not sure why you took a picture of the front I/O but okay.

You have two headers open, so to answer your question you can add two fans.
 
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