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    Akasa Fan Control Pro

    Hey all

    I recently bought the Akasa Fan Control Pro, before doing so I decided to look for some reviews of the product and I came across the one here at hexus

    Link:- http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=658&page=4

    After reading the review I bought the product but there were no actual installatio-n instructions with the package

    So I was wondering if i was correct in assuming the following.

    With he product I got all the cables and stuff with it some black which are the ones with what look like the thermal sensor one the end and the other ones they have a three pin connector on one end and the other they have a three pin connection piece.

    For installation I was wondering how i would connect it all up.

    I think i have an idea but am not 100% sure.

    I assume that the three pin connectors are used to extend the ones that you get with fans usually and then the black ones connect to the back of the control card and then after that im not sure where other end connectos to(thin metal thing).

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

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    From the review, it looks like you plug the fans into any of the four of the three pin connectors on the fan controller.
    (the extension cables are just there if you need them)

    The temp sensors should also just plug into the controller directly, just position the sensor end to wherever you want (just remember the order ).

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    LOL thanks

    That helps, anyone else?

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    that unit is also sold as the Superflower sf609 so lookfor reviews of it as either the Akasa or Superflower e.g.
    http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/r..._Master_1.html

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    cheers that helped alot!

    Showed me exactly what I needed to see

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