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IF you use the 24V for op amp supply and FET you'd need a zener on the FET gate to limit gate drive. You did not say why - and you MAY have meant that you did not want to pay the usual price for one - ie a cheap PIC controller or similar may be OK. Thanks guys- the reason why I was avoiding the PID design is simply because I have no background knowledge of it. Hey Russel, I've been checking out your first comparator circuit that you posted a few days ago, and I was just confused about a few things.
I know you say you don't want to use a PID controller, but an option would be to use a simple 8-bit microcontroller with a PID algorithm controlling a MOSFET to control the speed of the fan using PWM. As Russell has noted, some more info on what exactly you are trying to do would help to find the best answer. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged temperature control fan or ask your own question. How should the DM manage the discrepancy between the player's memory and their PC's memory? What are the statistical implications of doubling damage on crit instead of doubling the dice rolled? International Shipping - items may be subject to customs processing depending on the item's declared value.
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Also, although you can get them in pairs, Im not really sure if they include the necessary splitter to be able to run them off the same header.
The 3 pin can be controled via motherboard diode temp or software, but its based mostly based on a temp diode on the motherboard. As the Y changes the value X reported tells the PWM to either spin faster or slower though pulse.
I had no idea that PWM was based on cpu load only, always thought rpm was increased or decreased in response to temps only. The thing is I know Aigomorla definitely knows what he?s talking about as he?s helped me before.

And yes you are correct in that it pulses however the rate at which it pulses is based on the load of the processor.
The one problem i have with pwm is that the fans arent reliable at all compared to the non pwm ones. The main advantage PWM fans have is , as Bryf50 said, that have more fine grained control of a PWM fan. I find myself using both 3-pin and PWM fans in my strategy, because certain fans can only be had as 3-pin. Generally I'm more likely to spend extra for higher MTBF PWM fans than for 3-pin units, but whichever it is -- I avoid sleeve bearings. While it's true that some motherboards (and those I use) will thermally control either a 3-pin or PWM fan from the main CPU an CHA ports, you need to keep track of fan amperage if you run more than 1 3-pin fan from a single port, and you either do your own soldering to wire them in parallel, or you buy an add-on controller for them -- in which case, they're powered and controlled separate from the mobo.
Otherwise, you'll use up all your mobo fan-ports if you use a sufficient number of 3-pin units. Generally, with no more than five fans in the case, you don't even need the splitter, and you can at least monitor all the fans connected to the mobo ports. I guess my major point of contention was the thought that overclocking leads to high idle temperatures, so you might want to run low-amperage fans at full bore.
It's the loaded conditions and those temperatures needing attention for setting the upper boundary of fan speeds, and it doesn't need to be 100%. It's all a balance between noise, your fear of noise (when it might not really increase), and the temperatures. We are a tight knit community of like minded enthusiasts who value "on topic", clean discussion. Forgive me for being too descriptive or long winded but I wanted to make sure I provided as much information and detail as possible to make the diagnosis much easier. I had the EXACT same problem about 2 months ago where i got stuck at the gym and had to get my car towed to the dealer. Ok for anyone who comes across this post with the same problem, I came back to post the resolution to my problem (I hate when people ask for help and never come back to update everyone so people with the same problem know what to do). I want to avoid using a PID Controller, and my heating element will be external of the circuit. As the thermistor cools is resistance goes up, the FET gets less drive, the fan slows and the cooling rate slows. With correct tuning, this would settle at a certain speed and keep the temperature stable and very close to the setpoint. As mentioned above the comparator (see top schematic posted by Russell) is probably the simplest way.
Russel's proportional controller makes the most sense, however the circuit might not be complex enough for my teacher--on the other hand, it also looks good that I can simplify a circuit instead of making it more complicated.
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I am looking for something quieter, as long as everything stays under 70 degrees with low noise I'm happy.

As far as I can tell on my Asrock board all fans are controlled by temperature regardless of PWM or conventional. But with EIST and other features, idle CPU temperatures under good overclocks won't be that much higher: mine, for instance, are about 38 to 39C right now on this (sig) machine. When you proceed to the checkout page, the Seller Discount will be automatically calculated. If this sounds like something you'd like to participate in, register and become a Dodge Charger Owners Club Member Today! I?ve taken it to 3 mechanics now and I?m REALLY trying to avoid taking it to a Dealership (just too expensive for me right now).
Thanks for reading this posting, for taking the time to post a reply, AND for the footwork to show me the fuse box diagram! Slow the fan too much and the fan can't keep the temperature down, the temperature rises, the thermistor heats, its resistance drops, the MOSFET gets driven harder the fan speeds up the emvironment cools, we are all happy.
A cap from gate to ground also adds "I" but it needs to be large as the gate resistor is small.
Usually you'd you end up back with an opamp or comparator but it can be done with just discrete parts. When you use bulk rates, a flat $1.70 registered air mail fee will automatically be added to your cart to ensure delivery of package. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Maybe on some boards that is the way it is but there's no technical reason why it has to be that way. That number might go up or down if I trim the base fan speed in BIOS or my fan-control software, but my exhaust fan is an AP-30 with top-end 4,250 RPM, and it's running now at ~1,450 to 1,500.
If you try to buy it from a parts store they will have to order it, so go buy it from your local Dodge Dealership's Parts Center. This use a relay to turn the fan on and off but you could connect it in the transistor collector if the transistor was suitable. While BulkRate's intention is to offer cheaper prices when you buy in bulk, because it is priced separately it on occassions show a higher than retail price.
I've never seen a CPU fan set its speed based on processor load and I don't think that would be a very good way to determine fan speed.
As you have not told us the fan power or current rating we can't be sure about the transistor. That circuit is from here but they stole it from somewhere else to get people to look at heir ads so ignore them.
One benefit is that PWM fans are always running at 12v which is supposed to be better for the life of the motor. Also PWM allows for more predictable and precise control as fan motors behave differently with voltage control and don't linearly lower RPM with voltage. I drove the car to Autozone and their computer gave error codes P0335 (Crankshaft Sensor Circuit) and P0340 (Camshaft Sensor Intermittent).
It provides "hysteresis" which controls how much diffetrence there is between fan stop and fan start temperatures. The tech told me to hold off on buying the parts since one of them had to be ordered and we really wasn?t sure which needed to be replaced (trying to be as cost efficient as possible).

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