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Old 30th May, 2003, 07:23 PM
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CAK4-88T mod to have run at full speed

I read somewhere that you could cut the wires on the heat sensor of the CAK4-88T and it would run at full speed.... does anyone know where I can find info on how to do this.
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isnt that a LED fan? anyway, just cut the bulb off and solder teh 2 leadstogether, you could prolly stick a rheo on there if you wanted it adjustable
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The one I have is a non led version. It has two white wires connecting to a metal things inside an ornage protective casing. Which wire do I cut the one in the orange ting or the white wires themselves.
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doesnt matter, anwhere on the probe line is OK
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Just replace the fan? Would be easiest way.

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Old 6th June, 2003, 06:18 PM
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Yeah... I just used a fan from a Coolermaster HAC-V81
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