Zalman ZM-MFC3 Multi Fan Controller £34.06 Today Only @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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I have been looking for a fan controller for ages, found this offer and it is definantly the cheapest i have seen anywhere, even cheaper than that ripoffbay.

£34.06 delivered for AVforum members or £6.99 added to delivery for non members

Normal price at scan is £36.30 which is still pretty good imo

Lucky for me i got free delivery so is definantly a hot deal.

***Details of this bad boy:

Real-time display of PC uptime and overall power usage.
Ultra-clear FSTN display with wide viewing angle.
Four sensors for temperature monitoring and display.
Monitoring and control of 3 standard fans and 1 PWM fan.
Alarm system to notify non-operation of any of the fans.***
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if you're very quick you can still get it on today only for £34.06
in the zalman bit
Oooh you are right, excellent can't believe i paid full price, time to contact scan
glad i could help.

sorry if it puts a damper on your post.

looks good though
Quite tempted. I was looking at a number of fan controllers a few weeks ago.
Highly annoying that my Gigabyte motherboard has such limited control on the headers.

I'm currently using voltage regulators on my Noctua fans but I can't really run them completely silent as I need to ensure enough airflow for gaming.
Not sure about the panel finish, it might spoil my black aluminium case :-D
Highly annoying that my Gigabyte motherboard has such limited control on the headers.

You can usually control 2 fan headers on Gigabyte boards using voltage control and Speedfan software. You have to set Fan control mode to Voltage in the BIOS and manually configure Speedfan otherwise it doesn’t work. I you need any help configuring it send me a PM.
It's a shame there aren't more 4-pin fan headers for PWM speed control as all my 120mm fans have it. Does anybody know of a good, cheap PWM-aware fan controller? Doesn't even need a display.

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