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Thread: About FANBUS!




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    I am a new member of this forum and i have a question:
    Which is the best guide to make a good an useful fanbus?
    Do you think of any link?
    Please help me because i have no idea how to make one.
    Any opinion is acceptable.
    Thank you very much.:)

    P.S. Sorry but my English isn't so good:cry:
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    ‘«ŃÕ◊!:thumb:
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    or u could look for "cliffs fanbus" google will find it fast enuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demon
    or u could look for "cliffs fanbus" google will find it fast enuff
    or just type in http://www.fanbus.com/ and save a couple of seconds :p

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    Type? I would've cut 'n' paste plus save more time. :D


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    now that i think about it, you could have just click on my link and saved even more time :p

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    *cough* heres some self pimpage *cough*

    http://www.8ballshardware.com/articl...nbus/page1.cfm

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    This will depend on your needs... Some people think a fanbus which can switch fans from 0 -7 - 12V is nice enough... Others want more...

    I am currently developing a baybus, fully microcontroller controlled with 4 FAN outputs which you can regulate by simply using a small piece of software which has 4 slidebars!

    The unit is called the "Xtreme Baybus", and has MANY features, including alphanumerical LCD display driver, 8 fadeable LEDs, 4 temp sensor inputs, up to 3 HDD/NETW activity inputs etc. etc. etc.

    Check out http://www.xtremehardware.tk :D

    and navigate to "developments" "Xtreme Baybus" by clicking on the plusses in de menu on the left (Yes I know the site is crummy :laugh: )

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    Wow, nice setup there EASY, I don't think I will order one (don't have that much extra money/dont really need one). But still is pretty ingenious.
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

    :thumb:

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