I use Ruideng DPH5005 as a bench power supply and it is quite good for what I need, the only problem I have with it - 5V high speed fan of the original power supply case which runs always, regardless of load/temperature, making a lot of noise.
DPH5005 board has it's own small fan which kicks in only when power supply is overloaded, so probably I could disconnect the case fan completely or connect it to the heatsink fan, but I find no fun in doing so.
There are a couple of suggestions on the Internet how to deal with the noise of the fan - connect it in series of diodes to lover running voltage or to use Normally Open bi-metal thermal switch to turn on the fan at about +45 C.
I liked the latter, but decided to combine it with the first one to limit the driving voltage with a diode. And I had a nice and proven project for that: Madis Kaal tiny_pwm for ATtimy85 microcontroller.
Using pure PWM did not work with this fan - to run the fan stable at the lower speed I had to use quite low PWM frequency with clock divider 128, which was creating extra noise, diminishing the purpose of the project.
As power supply provides 5V, we can use bump-on-the-wire approach to control the fan. Modified schematics looks like this: