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TT SYNC - SHOULD ALL 3 PWM ports be connected?

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They really need better documentation on this controller...   Are you saying that a single pwm connection will control all fans connected to the controller? To follow up on the OP's question, let's say that I have a 480mm, 4-fan radiator setup, with 4 Riing plus fans.  How should they be hooked up?

Now, let's hypothesize a system with a 360mm 3-fan radiator plus the aforementioned 480mm, 4-fan radiator, and you want to control all the lights from the same point, but you want the two different radiator fan sets to operate at different speeds (not individual fans, but the whole 3-fan set and whole 4-fan set).  Do you plug in 2 different pwm connectors from 2 different motherboard headers?  And, how would you know which pwm controls that odd 4th fan on the 4-fan radiator?

This is quite frustrating.

- s.west

p.s. I love how the documentation says, "Connect the components cable in numerical order onto the controller, start with port 1 (the dot is port 1)"  Well, there are 3 port 1s Thermaltake.... So, how about being a little more clear, guys.

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Two months and no response from anyone on the board?  I have finally finished my build, and would like to finalize things and close everything up, but I don't have answers to a few questions, this being one of them.

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