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Good stuff. I recently built a two systems (PC and Server/NAS) in one case in a (designed for that purpose) Phanteks Enthoo mini-XL case. Even so, with the number of drives (7HDD, 2 SSD, 1 DVD) it wasn't all that easy! Still working on fan control issues...
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What an outstanding detailed tutorial, this is everything an instructables project SHOULD be. There's a lot of stuff here I'll be able to use / adopt for my own project, thank you. :)
I like that idea. Will give it some thought. Will have ro find some hood tech info on how PWM works to build something like thay.What arduinos have sufficient outputs for such a thing Two front fans would be tge same but other 2 or 3 may need to run at different speeds... hmmmm.Cheers.
I can wait ? looking forward to it. ?
Sure i can wait. Thanks mate, I am looking forward to seeing it. :)
I never seen a vice like that - it's beautiful and was well worth restoring !
This is cool, any idea how I could make output on analog dials using a stepper motor?
I have 2 systems in one case and want to be able to run the case fans irrespective of which system is on and which off. This means I can't use the fan controller on either mobo as if that was off then there would be no case cooling for the other system. Would this project be able to control a number of fans via a fan hub? I have 2 x 140mm fans, 1 x 120mm fans and want to add another 1 or two fans as well. I have a fan hub that allows up to 6 fans to be connected.Thanks
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