|Item model number||FPX-001|
|Item Weight||4.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.68 x 4 x 1 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.68 x 4 x 1 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||June 28, 2013|
Kingwin Fan Controller 4 Channel w/ LED. Controls up to 4 Sets of PC Computer Fans, Independent Turn Knob Control, and Fits 3.5 Inch Drive Bay. Easy Setup, and Easy Control of Your Cooling Fans (FPX-001)
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|Power Connector Type||3-Pin|
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ALSO, if you have LED colored fans, the WILL dim also as you turn them down which is also a bummer....it's be nice to have the LED stay bright and still be able to turn them down like my case fan will if plugged into the sysfan connector on the motherboard but when plugged into this it gets dim as I turn it down, Also if you have software that controls your fans like some motherboard utilities have and some games can do it won't work as you're overriding these since they are plugged into this instead. All in all, I wish there was a way to simply have more case fan connections coming off the actual board instead or an adapter of some kind you could plug into the ONE case fan connector on the motherboard and have it create two-4 more sys fan plugs without sacrificing led brightness and better low end speeed like I get with my motherboard software (I c literally turn them down to like 10% and still have 100% brightness o the LED) but then I'm not sure if it'd power them all, but I don't see why not. But since most motherboards only have one sysfan maybe two connectors I went with this with hopes in achieving something that the motherboard (Gigabyte LGA 1150) software does and it technically does the trick but at the cost of not much change overall when turned down all the way (again at 60-70% lowest speed only) which is a bummer, I wanted about 20% and up variance but you won't get it....60% or so and higher is all this will do which isn't much really and then it REALLY dims your leds too so in hindsight I probably wouldn't have bought this and tried something else but for the money and the fact it's installed I think I'll leave as is for now until I find a better way since I'm not upgrading anytime soon to say water cooling where I wouldn't need the fans much...So if anyone knows a better way to have more sys fan connectors that come off the actual sysfan on the board I'm all ears....a moduar power supply with adapter cables worked to add more too but the mobo software wouldn't control all the fans without dimming either because they aren't seen unless plugged into the sysfan on the board so the LEDs and speed were topped out at max with no control but did of course work, just at full speed only. Kind of . bummer. I wanted to control two front fans, and 3 top fans with this which it DOES do, but the low speed isntvery low at all and then of course the LED lighting is variable too so the lower you go down the dimmer the LEDs.....not a huge issue but I like to show off my case and also wanted a much lower bottom end control....not just . 40-40% decrease but more like 20% and up option.... So for the dimming of the LEDs and the not so low fan speed-ability I dock a star for each.
I bought the last one for my build after replacing some fans with some higher RPM fans that also ended up being louder than I would have liked. This controller works great for dialing the fans down when I'm not gaming on the PC and up when I'm pushing the machine. I like that these have knobs versus buttons. Feels like I have more control and can really dial in where the noise just stops being noticeable.
Sort of wish I could dim or disable the LEDs but at this price that's something I can live without.
My goal was to have my fans blasting when I'm playing games and creating heat, and slow them down and make them quiet when I'm trying to sleep. Works really well or my purpose.
The knobs do however only seem to respond past the 60% on setting, and then there is a really big change in speed and noise between 80-100%. I don't know if this is how this is designed, or the way my fans are, but I'm not picky. I leave them set at 75% until my graphics card kicks in then I can turn them up to 100% with ease.
Working well for a few weeks now.
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I can fix it with new molex pins, but that needs a $20 crimping tool and patience.
The blue leds are a nice add on for sure and also match my leds for the rest of my PC.
Easy to install, with simple molex for power. The power and fan power lines also has about 12" of line so there is no fighting to connect.
For the price point you can not go wrong. :) would by again
It's great for having as an external fan controller, as it is self-contained in the back and not opened like 5.25" controllers.
Overall I'm happy with my purchase, I've been using it for just under a month and can't complain.