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Sunday, July 21, 2019
There were a lot of people saying that it couldn't control the speed of their fans, but it does and works perfectly fine. As other have mentioned there is only ONE port on it that is the "master" port. You need to connect a true PWM fan to this port as whever you do to that fan will be mirrored onto the other nine slave ports. You then need to connect it to the motherboard header, again a real PWM header. If you can do these two things it'll work just fine for you. One hiccup, if your board defaults your chassis fan header to DC, then this won't work. Go into your bios and change it from DC to PWM. I think this may be happening to a lot of people becasue once I set the fan header to PWM all of a sudden I had fan control.
- This will NOT allow you to individually control the speed of all the fans in your system. It is a HUB (splitter), not a fan controller. Know that going in and you'll be fine. - It is a bit thicker than it probably needs to be? It was a tight squeeze in an ITX case but manageable.
Get your fans, a free sata connector, a free motherboard PWM header, and go to town.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Friday, December 28, 2018
From: Edmonton West
Comes with 2 sets of 3M tape to help installing it Works properly, isn't bulky.
Can be a little bit tough to install and cable manage around
I had no issues, works fine. Only needed the one velcro 3M tape, so also got a spare one of those. Installing was a little tricky in the Corsair 280X, but I just installed it on one of the drive bays. Works perfectly with (2) LL120 fans.
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Affordable. Small. Controls up to 10 fans!
None so far.
Disregard the poor reviews that say your mobo can't control fan speed. It can. You need to connect the controller to an available 4-pin chassis fan connector on your board, and connect one of your 4-pin PWM fans to the glossy port on the controller. This is outlined pretty clearly in the instructions. I'll be buying another one of these for my next build soon.
Sunday, December 17, 2017
Works great to control up to 10x PWM fans. My motherboard has 2x 4 pin fan headers and I wanted to expand. Bought the ThermalTake Commander FP about a year ago and it works great. You need to connect one of your PWM fans to the glossy port so your motherboard can detect the speed. All other fans can be connected to the other 9 available ports and will run at the same speed as the fan connected to the glossy port. Made a custom fan curve in my BIOS/UEFI and it works like a charm.
None that I can think of...
Great fan controller for the price. Guessing the other 2 reviewers didn't follow the (very) easy instructions...
Sunday, December 03, 2017
Has 10 ports, cool blue LED.
Does not split the control signal. if you plug fans into any of the 10 ports they are not controlled by the motherboard. The fans will run at full speed not what I expected. The new 2x 140 fans i got came with external connectors (piggyback) so I just piggy backed my 3 x 140 fans, and they run just fine.
Not what I expected, so i will be returning it. As the sales associate stated IT SHOULD control the fans. I do not recommend it, as 140mm fans get loud at full speed.
Monday, July 10, 2017
has 10 ports, which is great if you bought a cheap mobo with only one system fan header, like I did.
Does not split the control signal. if you plug fans into any of the 9 ports that are not controlled by the motherboard, the fans will run at full speed. with the ML120s that I added to my case, the noise was far more then I expected, so I had to remove one fan, and only use one pwm fan connected to the hub.
Not what I expected, but it does what I need it to do. I do not recommend fans that get loud at high speeds with this, as they will not get any speed control.