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    3.5" fan controller with short controls for SG03 case

    After a fan controller that will fit inside a Silverstone SG-03 case, and allow the hinged flap to close.

    Was looking at an Akasa AK-FC-06SL as it has the advantage of no LED that wouldn't be seen.

    Also consider the Scythe Kaze Master as an alternative. But the display feature seems wasted, and not sure if the dials are too tall.

    Anyone able to recommend one that fits and still allows flap to close?

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    Re: 3.5" fan controller with short controls for SG03 case

    Have you considered placing them in an expansion slot at the rear of the case?

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=480145&Product=Silverstone+FP33S+Silver+aluminium+3.5%22+3xFanController+2 %2f3Pin+

    You could try that one (or I'm sure the is a black version!) if it will not fit in the front with the flap closed you could move it to the back.

    Just an idea, feel free to ignore it

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    Re: 3.5" fan controller with short controls for SG03 case

    I was having a look at that one, but a review I found on Newegg mentioned the knobs being too tall if fit flush with front panel.

    I suppose getting up and adjusting controller if fitted to rear could count as excerise

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