hi guys! I have read that you can switch the wires on a 4 pin molex fan connector to quiet the fan down. by this I mean instead of the standard yellow and black wires (+12v and ground), you use the yellow and red (+12v and +5v), am I to assume that this makes the fan run on 8.5 volts? I have also read that not all power supplies can handle this, as in perhaps some cheap PSUs will overload or something??? Let me give some background as to why I ask this question. I have an Antec TP2.0 380 power supply, it is a nice PSU and it has two "fan-only" 4 pin molex connectors (with only yellow and black, no red and black). when I connect my fans up to this they run so slow that you cannot hear them at all, if I plug them into a regular 4 pin molex, they run fast and loud. I bought a vantec fan speed controller and hooked my fans up to it. now the issue is that I love the silence of the antec fan only connectors but i want to be able to speed them up as well when the system gets warmer. but the vantec fan speed controller's (variable 7-12v) lowest setting is still quite noisy. so my question is... (drumroll please ), the fan controller has 4 outputs, but only 1 input, if I changed the input to use just the red and yellow (no black) wires, would that lower my fan speeds and still give me the ability to control them? or would this damage my fans or my fan controller? thanks alot guys, you are awesome!