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   This may be the most interesting item on my computer. When people see it, they want to touch it. So it toggles, whats the fascination or fetish on toggling them? Anyway, you can lower that ear deafening noise coming from your fans by a single push of a lever. Not bad in the pricing area, total for the fan bus and switches equal around $17 or so. Don't worry, all those wires and so forth you purchased are abundant for other projects down the road. You'll capitalize. Here is what it looks like in my tower:


   I hoped you liked this brief intro to fan busing/bay busing. This type of project is very expandable to include more fans connectors and so forth. So be creative, it'll do wonders! Let me know what you think of this guide and if it helped you out at all.

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