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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Sys Fan 2 Only 5 Volts ?

    Your motherboard will handle them just fine. You can use SYS_FAN1 and PWR_FAN for your Kazes. They will spin at 2000 RPM all the time. You can also connect one of them to three of the four pins of SYS_FAN2 (there's a guide on the connector so you will only connect the correct three pins) which will cause that fan to rotate at 1000 RPM, but depending on the fan the power available at that header may not be enough to start the fan from rest. If that's the case, you'll have to use one of the other headers and put up with the noise, or use a fan speed controler.
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Sys Fan 2 Only 5 Volts ?

    Thank you Rbmorese.

    I was wondering if it was ok to run both Kazes off the PWR_FAN header using a y pwm cable splitter so both fans could be controlled by the mobo.

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Sys Fan 2 Only 5 Volts ?

    You can use a splitter for two fans, but I'm not sure if your motherboard has a fan controller on PWR_FAN.

    On my system I have two PWM fans on SYS_FAN2 using a "Y" cable on which only one "leg" has the sensor wire connected. Both fans vary their speed according to the motherboard controler, but they turn at the same speed.
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 Sys Fan 2 Only 5 Volts ?

    Quote Originally Posted by FL00D View Post
    Thank you Rbmorese.

    I was wondering if it was ok to run both Kazes off the PWR_FAN header using a y pwm cable splitter so both fans could be controlled by the mobo.

    Thanks,
    You will be fine with Y adapter. Only issue. If both fans have a RPM wire you need to either cut one of one of the fans or unless the Y adapter has done this for you.
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