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Windows 7: corsair a70 very loud

18 Mar 2014   #11

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With a pwm cable splitter you could plug two pwm (speed controlled) fans into you pwm mobo header and then use the slick ASUS software package provided with your mobo.

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23 Mar 2014   #12
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windows 7 ultimate 64bit

ok i will do that
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 corsair a70 very loud

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