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    Quote Originally Posted by Juular View Post
    This is the same platform as in Segotep KL series which is a no surprise since IIRC Colorful is Segotep's parent company.
    https://diy.pconline.com.cn/1164/11649687_1.html
    https://www.expreview.com/63468-4.html
    http://in.ali213.net/pingce/201707/3723_4.html
    Yes Colorful = Segotep, but that certainly doesn't look like the same platform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Good question. I actually modded a server PSU I was using in a tower with a pair of 80MM self regulated fans. Not sure anyone has them anymore and definitely not in the 140mm variety.
    Arctic still makes temperature controlled fans. F12 TC and F14 TC. The thermistor is located on a separate cable coming from the hub, but it's calibrated for 30-40C so if you attach it to anything inside the PSU you'll just get full speed the whole time.

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    Must have misread the fan label,sorry.

    It seems besides cannibalizing and transplanting the fan controller of a spare psu here (it is attached to the primary heatsink), I can just slap a fan that is not that much of an annoyance noise-wise when running at full tilt. Thanks for the responses.

    I can't seem to find the fan's specifications except for RPM on the english internet though. I'll buy a fan that has balanced static pressure and airflow first and work my way from there.
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    Is it worth all the trouble and money? asked by one who spends a ridiculous amount of time and money rebuilding ancient supplies.

    i.e. I'd do it, but that does not necessarily make it worthwhile.
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    Due to the pandemic and lockdown here, I have all the time to tinker with it so why not. I'll learn something new when this is all said and done.
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    Your options seem limited since the original is just a two wire fan.

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    I saw a German reviewer on Youtube say that Teapo isn't good.
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    These guys

    https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews...01,4193-5.html

    put them in second Tier

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    Quote Originally Posted by heinrikur View Post
    I saw a German reviewer on Youtube say that Teapo isn't good.
    Dude is living in the 80's if he said that.

    One of those guys that reads news stories and doesn't bother to look at when the news was written.

    That said, I'd take Elite over Teapo. But I'd take Teapo over CapXon.

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