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jumpman233345

Best PC fan thermostat for PC/micro grows.

Hey all,

Simple question. I'm hunting for the best thermostatic PC fan controller, problem is I'm looking for one that acts like a full "normal
" fan controller.

I want the PC fans to be still running (sucking through the filter) even though the set temperature has been reached? does such a controller exist? 
Most, if not all, I've seen turn off once a set temp has been reached, obviously we don't want this.

I've seen two controllers on Ebay - If you search for W1209 and xy-t01 controller perhaps this will do what I want using one of the programmable settings? 

It must also run via the mains or even USB - I'm not using a PSU in my build.

Any advice guys? Been looking for weeks

with thanks

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Variac or smscom hybrid pro 4...:yep:

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11 minutes ago, stu914 said:

Variac or smscom hybrid pro 4...:yep:

 

Thanks but they are for normal in-line fans aren't they?

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56 minutes ago, jumpman233345 said:

 

Thanks but they are for normal in-line fans aren't they?

 

:doh:...sorry bud I'm still learning to read...:russian:

 

:rofl:

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Just now, stu914 said:

 

:doh:...sorry bud I'm still learning to read...:russian:

 

:rofl:

 

Lol....Know the feeling well haha. Thanks anyway dude 

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If you just want to control the speed all you need is a buck converter, costs under £2 from China.

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8 minutes ago, Absurdist said:

If you just want to control the speed all you need is a buck converter, costs under £2 from China.

Been told a controller combined with a buck converter will do the job ;) 

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