he's already been given a link pointing you how to do a variable volt mod with plain old DPDT switches in another thread.quakefiend420 said:theres some mods you can do without having to buy a fan controller...involves using the psus different rails to change the voltage going to your fan...i don't know exactly how it works though, never had a need for it...i'm sure someone who is more knowledgable than i will be along shortly
DFI Daishi said:he's already been given a link pointing you how to do a variable volt mod with plain old DPDT switches in another thread.
FunkStar said:for out $30 and buy a vantec or sunbeam rheobus, can power 4 tornados nice and quietly then
quakefiend420 said:if you drop the rpms that much are they still going to move as much air as a fan that was designed to run at that lower rpm?
i would think the tornados are designed to move massive air at masive rpms...it would seem to me that if you drop the rpm that much it would reduce the effectiveness of the fan enough to negate the benefits of even having a tornado...but i could be wrong
no important difference that i have noticed. the knobs on the 5.25" unit have a firmer, more satisfying feel to them, in my experience, but they both work equally well.fore1337 said:Are there any benefits on the 5.25" Nexus over the 3.5" nexus?
I just ordered an XP-90 and tornado. ...need some pottage. I have the Zalaman single jobby as a temp fix.
fore1337 said:I just ordered an XP-90 and tornado. ...need some pottage. I have the Zalaman single jobby as a temp fix.
.............Jerunk said:Oh, weird.
DFI Daishi said:.............
now, i could try to cover for that one in one of two possible ways. the disturbing way, and the really disturbing way.
on my 205 the knobs have some resistance to twisting. on the 201 that i tried, the knobs spun freely.
that was the non-disturbing, non-cover.
do you really want me to use the alternatives?