I don't see any problem doing that.... This of course would be a problem for anyone looking to run them in pairs off of the same fan header and/or forcing lower speed/noise.
??? I am literally stating that you can't do either of these things with the contents of these fan SKUs.I don't see any problem doing that.
Best option is to use a PWM splitter (sending the PWM signal to both fans). Second best, but still doable, is to just run them on a lower voltage.
With reduced voltage one can assume that the minimum speed is higher than if you use PWM control.
...Seriously?And I can't understand why that should be impossible. What makes these fans different from every other fan, all of which can be controlled this way?
So the problem is that you don't understand what those cables are and what they do?...Seriously?
Read the 1st sentence.
"It would appear based off of the Amazon listings that these don't come with NA-SYC1 and L.N.A. cables. "
This conversation is getting dumber.So the problem is that you don't understand what those cables are and what they do?
So, to iterate back to my first post in this thread:
- The LNA cables are regular three chord extension cables with an added resistor. The effect is that the fan gets a reduced voltage. This is useful (only) if you can't reduce the voltage at the power connector, and is also best used on fans that are not for PWM control, so should not be used for these PWM fans.
- The NA-SYC1 is just a vanilla PWM fan splitter with a fancy sleeve. That cable could be provided in the package if/when the fans are sold in pairs.
- To run two fans from one header use a PWM splitter, of which the NA-SYC1 is just one example. The fan speed is then controlled by PWM through the header.
- A single fan is controlled by PWM as per normal.
It's not Noctua's fault that you have a (from this perspective) shitty and obsolete motherboard.MY MOTHERBOARD DOES NOT ALLOW FINE TUNE PWM CONTROLS
... the pathetically useless 3 stage BIOS settings on my motherboard.