mven42 Posted January 24, 2013 Share Posted January 24, 2013 I am curious if the Corsair Link commander/software is capable of completely turning fans off. The fans would be Corsair AF140s. I have an Obsidian 550D case and I really like it all nice and closed up and relatively quiet. However when I do a long gaming session temps can get rather high on my 680s (this is primarily due to a poor choice in cards as I have 3 slot Asus DirectCU2 "Top" cards and top one is sandwiched with minimal airflow but that's another story). Anyway, what I'd like to do is connect 2 pairs of AF 140s on the top and side panels of my 550D which are usually closed and then when I plan on gaming for long periods and have my headphones on anyway I can pop the panels off, turn on the fans, and enjoy a bit more air flow. I am trying to decide if I want to purchase a fan controller for the front panel of my case (I'd rather not they all look tacky) or use a corsair link set up. I'd rather not have the fans running when the panels are closed even at super low RPM if possible. When I am not gaming my case is more than cool enough as is. TL;DR if I hook 4 AF140s to a corsair link commander/cooling node can I completely turn them off via software. Thanks!! (Also I have an AX860i, H80i, an AF140, and 6 SP120s [4 on the front and back of the lower drive cages, 2 on the H80i - I liked the colored rings and black blades more than the grey ones the h80i came with] already installed which makes Corsair Link preferable as well) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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