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Best Rheobus?

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All that is Man!
Nov 24, 2001
Stillwater, Oklahoma
Hola. I have the sunbeam rheobus, which I believe I bought from SVC a while ago. It handles 20 watts per channel, and comes with all of the needed wiring to hook it up. 4 pin or 3 pin.

I really like this because you can turn the fans all the way off. I have two panaflo 120x38mm fans as intake and exhaust fans in my case, and this allows me to turn them off when I don't need them (which is nice). I have my tornado hooked to one channel, and then two 80mm sunons (the 50cfm ones) on the last channel.

I have a Lian Li PC-75 right now. This case comes with 4 of the ADDA fans which are not very loud, but I have four of them, all on the back of the case, which end up creating most of the noise, especially when I have my tornado turned down low.

Here is the thing. I want to be able to control the four back fans. Do you think it would be possible to put all 4 of those onto one channel? I think I could put both of the 120s on one channel, espcially since I hardly ever use them. I would rather not have to resort to buying another rheobus if at all possible.

I suppose this turned out to be a lot longer than I had originally planned but o well. Peace out.


The Half Asleep Member
Aug 29, 2002
Lewiston Maine
If you look up the fan information you will find out the Watts on each then just add them up per channel.
I have a YS 120 thats only 7.6W and it puts out 125cfm so if your bus can take 20 a channel you should be fine, but check the wattage for each to be safe.


Feb 15, 2003
Im using a pc toys one which is pretty nice. Not sure how much it can handle but I have 4 simple antec case fans on one channel and its fine.