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Old 7th January 2006, 01:23   #1
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T-Balancer & Attenuator – Configuration Possibilities

The T-Balancer output signal uses a square wave or PWM signal instead of the typical Analog type signal that a PSU or POT style fan controller would use. Personally I’ve found that most every fan (even Orange Yate Loons) produce more noise when used with a PWM signal. So, mCubed created an Attenuator that converts the PWM signal into an analog signal therefore allowing the T-Balancer to control fans quietly with an analog signal. This little gem has not had much attention from forums or review sites, so I am here today to share the information I’ve learned along with multiple configuration possibilities.

http://forums.silentpcreview.com/viewtopic.php?t=26502
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