This is it http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811999617
Someone's review states: "Since the sensor takes control RPM, I can't control it through SpeedFan any more."
Someone states: "The power connector is a standard power that you use for Drives and it has a Speed sensor or temp sensor yellow wire to the mother board. They should have tied power to that one to. But you can use any of the drives power connector to pass thru power."
He makes it sound like the yellow wire can only transfer temp and not power? (The small cable only has 1 yellow wire).
"Cons: 2 power connections needed to utilize automated temperature control:
1). 3-pin on motherboard
2). Molex 4-pin to power supply directly/indirectly
Other Thoughts: i prefer 3 or 4-pin power connector but this fan has an automated temperature control which uses a 3-pin power connector. the power for the fan uses a 'molex connector' 4-pin. those concerned with cable management may not like having to deal with wiring the two connections in their case."
Will the motherboard adjust it on it's own or where would I go to adjust the speed settings? I'm afraid to touch anything in Speedfan so that I don't mess anything up.
Edited by Dream1, 14 April 2013 - 11:44 PM.