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    Freezer 64 Pro to fan controller...

    So I'm just in the process of swapping my Akasa Evo 33 with an AC Freezer 64 Pro and as I've still got the fan controller installed...



    ... I was pondering if I'd screw anything by hooking the Freezer Pro up to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NightshadowUK View Post
    So I'm just in the process of swapping my Akasa Evo 33 with an AC Freezer 64 Pro and as I've still got the fan controller installed...



    ... I was pondering if I'd screw anything by hooking the Freezer Pro up to it?
    Although some do, i cannot see why you would want to hook up a HS/Fan to a Fan Controller

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    If it will physically plug into the controller, it will work fine, just keep an eye on the temps if you have it on a low setting.
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    Well I kinda planned to have it on full if it wasn't too loud...
    Last edited by NightshadowUK; 22-01-2007 at 02:16 PM.

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    I doubt you'll need it tbh, I think my Freezer 64 has the quietest fan in my case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Codfather View Post
    I doubt you'll need it tbh, I think my Freezer 64 has the quietest fan in my case.
    yeah compared to my graphics card its positively silent

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