I recently bought an EVERCOOL SB-F1 to help pull air out of my case (preemptively away from a RAID card/BBU to keep battery temperatures down). While this thing sucks a lot of air, it's a little louder than I would want it to be, so I would like to essentially lower the voltage to decrease the fan speed and ultimately lower the sound it produces. It uses two wires (red and black, I think +5v and ground) connected to a molex connector. I have a Silverstone FP33 fan controller that I have from an old build and thought about using that but of course the connections as it stands are imcompatible, so I have essentially three options: 1: Buy a molex to 3 pin adapter so I can connect it to the controller (assuming that works) 2: Buy just the 3 pin female connector (and find pins) and mod the power connector so I can connect it to the controller (assuming that works) 3: Salvage one of the Rheostats that I am not using from the controller and connect just that directly to the non-ground wire (also assuming that works) Are any/all of these possible? Which would you personally do and why? (I am open to doing either three, but am unsure which is the potentially better option).