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We use a 12V PWM+DRGB hub for the many fans of the MO-RA3. Only one fan's RPM will be reported (whichever one is plugged into the red fan hookup), so it's important that we use the same model throughout. The hub has a two-wire hookup for tach and PWM (12V and ground are provided through the SATA power hookup). Looking at the hub with the clear side oriented up, the left wire is the PWM input, and the right wire is the tach output.
We use a 12V PWM+DRGB hub for the many fans of the MO-RA3. Only one fan's RPM will be reported (whichever one is plugged into the red fan hookup), so it's important that we use the same model throughout. The hub has a two-wire hookup for tach and PWM (12V and ground are provided through the SATA power hookup). Looking at the hub with the clear side oriented up, the left wire is the PWM input, and the right wire is the tach output.
The goal is to have nothing running between the case and the MO-RA3 except for the coolant tubing. No USB, no RGB, no 4-pin fan, no power. That way, I can spring my quick disconnects (Koolance QD4s) and boom, the two units are distinct. The MO-RA3 won't pull on any easily-loosened 9000AWG wires, and there will be no electrical signals between the two.


==Communication==
==Communication==