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    Default How can i control Delta 120mm Focussed Flow Fan

    I have 2 Delta 120mm Focussed Flow Fan, these are awesomely powerful fans giving 4000 rpm and 190 cfm output but with 59 dba of sound, with 2 you can imagine awesome cooling but one hell of a noise.

    I brought a Scythe Kama-meter controller but found the fans demanded that much power it burnt out 3 off them before i tried a Akasa FC-03 controller. The Akasa controller copes slightly better running my 93mm fan and 1 off the Delta's at minimum speed, but when i increase the speed of the 1 or add the second at minimum speed the fans cut out and the controller alarm sounds.

    I'm not bothered if i have to run them at half speed as they will still have awesome cooling but idealy i want to control them both with complete control.

    Any idea's ?
    Last edited by Madmick001; 02-25-07 at 09:55 PM.
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    Default Re: How can i control Delta 120mm Focussed Flow Fan

    If I read correctly, you have two fan controllers. Run one fan off each.
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    Default Re: How can i control Delta 120mm Focussed Flow Fan

    Sorry 2x Delta fans and now 1 Akasa FC-03 controller that won't handle the 2 Delta's and a 92mm fan all set to minimum.
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    Default Re: How can i control Delta 120mm Focussed Flow Fan

    Where did you get thes fans link please

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    Default Re: How can i control Delta 120mm Focussed Flow Fan

    I got these from Overclockers UK. **********************.overclockers.co.uk/produc...bid=4&mfrid=78
    If you are thinking of purchasing these beware they are very loud, and by the sound of it impossible to control unless you have a fan controller per fan, unless you know otherwise then please enlighten me as i'm struggling a bit.
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