After browsing the forums, I came across a way to bump up the PWM frequency to 32Khz on Pin 10.
I am working a on project where I need to control a pretty high power cooling fan (12VDC, 1.8A) for a computer, but have run out of acceptable commercial products (cost effectiveness + high switching rate).
Having a high PWM frequency is important because the goal is having low noise. I'd like to get it to far end or beyond the human hearing spectrum.
Anyway, instead of using a motor controller IC, I wanted to use something like this:
A logic-level N channel MOSFET.
I had tried transistors before, but they seem to not want to power the fan at such a high frequency.
Would this part be adequate for my needs?