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Good Idea, but a bit complicated. With only one 100K or 200k POT connected on the right places, we can regulate fan speed, worked on my ps3. You can insert a temp sensor (diode) and so the temp is always about 30 grade, and this is automatic (like pc fan speed regulator), in this case, your project could be interesting. Of course it’s only my idea. Best regards!
which version of PS3 E-Z Chill works for ps3 slim?
The “Set-N-Forget” and the “External Control” models both work with the slim…the “Hidden Control” model does not.
Hi Killer bug ace idea! you got skills I’ll give you that but can you help us peeps out that have the problem of no Fan connection on the mobo due to using a fan modd in the past which put to much heat or electric through the female Fan connector on the ps3 mobo so then when you try to pull out the Fan wire the whole connection just comes off the board due to Warping of the plastic connector.That would be cool if you could help us guys out with no fan at all or does your modd power the fan or just control the power?
You don’t need the fan connection to use the E-Z Chill series. They come with plugs for the mainboard fan connection to make it easy to install, but you can clip off this connection, leaving two wires. These wires can then be connected to the 12V and Ground outputs from the bottom of the power supply. This will power both the fan and the fan controller, and it will still turn off with the system. A few people have done this without issue, and my own (heavily modified) PS3 uses a similar method as the mainboard header does not supply enough power for all the stuff I added to that machine.
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