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    ZM-MFC3 Does not regulate the speed the CPU fan
    <table> <tbody><tr><td>Cooler Master CPU Cooler Hyper N620</td></tr></tbody></table>
    The fan rotates at maximum speed (((

    Why? ZM-MFC3 is a function of PWM

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    no one has this device?

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    You mean you can't adjust it, or it does not automatically?

    Did you connect a temp sensor anywhere for it, to the controller from the fan?

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    cooler rotates at maximum speed 2.000. set 1500 rpm does not work




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    Ahh ok, well then it may just be that controller is not compatible with this fan.

    You will have to connect the CPU fan to the CPU motherboard header, then set PWM in the BIOS. Or put a different fan on your cooler if you want to control it with that fan controller.

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    well then it may just be that controller is not compatible with this fan
    I think yes you are right:)

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    Lsdmeasap, Thank you very much just now realized

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    Anytime!!

    Just connect your CPU fan to the board and let the board run it, which it might not work either? If it has a problem connected to the board set the board to voltage instead of PWM.

    Then just use your fan controller for your other case fans.

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