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How To: Daisy Chain Fans

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*cough*

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unless its for a cpu fan then cut em off imo.

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Cpu Fan?
Do you mean Radiator fan?

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Thought red and black were power to the fan, blue was reporting back current RPM, and yellow is the PWM pulses to control the speed.. ?

Edit: Ignore me, its as posted above, red + black = power, yellow is the current speed from the fan. Just my pump uses a blue wire to report RPM back....




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