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BitFenix Hydra Pro Fan and LED Controller Review - Accessories and Documentation

BitFenix has taken the basics of a fan controller and added the benefit of fan LED lighting controls in the affordable Hydra Pro.

| Cooling Fans in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Sep 7, 2012 4:55 am
TweakTown Rating: 81%      Manufacturer: BitFenix

Accessories and Documentation

 

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The folded up bit of paper we saw when we first opened the Hydra Pro is the connection guide for the controller. Here it shows the layout of the front with the button, sliders and power LED. The wiring diagram shows to connect the 3-pin leads to the fan, but the rest of the wiring moves over to the back of this paper.

 

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The top of this side covers what should be included in the box and that is the fan controller, the instructions we are looking at now and the M3 screws to mount the Hydra Pro into a case. At the bottom they cover the 2-pin LED connections to the Spectre LED fans as well as showing to connect the 4-pin Molex plug to get power to the Hydra Pro.

 

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In this little bag, found outside of the red plastic bag when you first open the box, is where you get the four M3 screws to go through the optical drive bay and into the tabs on the side of the Hydra Pro for solid and secure mounting.

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