PWM Sharing Technology – How to Use PST to control Fan Speed

How does PST lower temperatures?

Fans using the PWM feature  operate with only the necessary speed to enable maximum cooling at the lowest noise level.
Thanks to the patented innovative PWM Sharing Technology (PST), up to 5 fans (including CPU fans) connected to the ARCTIC F PWM fan can share the PWM signal. The speed of all the fans in this PST system is then centrally controlled by a single PWM signal via BIOS.
This means if the system load becomes greater, the fan speed of all fans within the PST system increases to reduce the chassis temperature. If the load is low, these fans will operate at a relatively low speed to ensure proper cooling.

ARCTIC PST fans to lower noise level

Patented PWM Sharing Technology (PST) lowers noise level

PWM Advantages

  • Regulate the speed of different fans with only one PWM signal
  • Quiet and effective case ventilation: several fans can rotate slowly and quietly with low loads
  • Save energy through lower fan speed
    several case fans working in parallel with PWM Sharing Technology

     

      Centralized control with PST

How to Install Multiple PST Fans

Need a visual? This video gives an overview about the feature and explains how to install up to 5 fans using PWM Sharing Technology.

Shop all ARCTIC PST fans here.

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