Hi everybody! I will need to add two more fans to my case. However, I am wondering about the best way to power these. In fact, my choice of fans will be decided by this factor. I have a 300W power supply and one available 4 pin IDE power connector. At the moment I just have one fan mounted next to the powersupply at the rear of the case. This fan is taking its power from my ASUS P4B533-E Motherboard. Most fans require 2-pin or 3-pin connections. However, I don't think there are more such connections on the motherboard. I guess I could split the remaining IDE power connection with a y-cable and attach fans with 4-pin power connections. However, such fans tend to be inferior to 3 pin fans since they generally don't come with temperature sensors and seem to be noisier. What do I do? I have thought of getting a fan controller such as cooler master II to add some extra 3 pin connections, but I really can't afford such expensive and potentially unnecessary gadgetry. I figured that I need to position my new fans at the bottom of the case. My Aopen H600 case comes with twp spots on the right hand side near the front of the case, and one on the front. I have understood that fans mounted at such a place should take air in to the case while fans located higher up should move air out of the case. So...if I notice that the fan at the rear take air in instead of out of the case, how can I "turn" it? Thanks!