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Old January 31, 2015, 01:02 AM
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You can acquire a 'Y cable' which will split one connection into two connections. This will allow you to plug two fans into one header. I've yet to see one though that supports PWM, unless it was bundled with a Corsair closed loop cooler. Unfortunately, if you do not have PWM controlled fans, you cannot reap the benefits of a PWM controller. You may have to acquire a fan controller that uses resistors to reduce the voltage going to the fans. Not all fans support this. Some fans either run at full voltage or not at all.
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