My computer case has a fan hub for plugging the CPU fan and case fans into. The fan hub also has a cable to plug the fan hub into the CPU fan connection on the motherboard. The power to the hub is supplied by the PSU with a SATA 6 power supply connection. The motherboard manual says that the board will adjust the fan speeds based on CPU temperature. Right now, I have the CPU fan plugged directly into the motherboard. And my three case fans plugged into the fan hub on the case. All the fans seem to work correctly. Starting when the computer is turned on, and stopping when the computer is off or in stand by mode. When I look at the BIOS, the temperature of the CPU is displayed and the CPU fan information is displayed. But, the fans that are plugged into the fan hub are not displayed.
If I plug the CPU fan into the hub and then plug the hub into the CPU fan connection on the motherboard, will the BIOS display the information for the case fans and will the motherboard be able to control the speed of the case fans based on the CPU temperature as if the case fans were directly plugged into the motherboard?
Motherboard: ASRock X470 Master SLI/AC AM4 AMD Promontory X470 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 HDMI ATX AMD
Case: Fractal Design Define R6 Gunmetal Brushed Aluminum/Steel ATX Silent Modular Tempered Glass Window Mid Tower
OS: Linux Mint 19.1