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Old 30th December, 2003, 09:27 AM
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UDSM "Power fan" and 8RDA3+ board

Ive managed to plug my cpu and chassie fans into my mother board so that UDSM can monitor them, but what is Power Fan ment for? the PSU fan? if so how am i meant to plug that fan into the mother board?

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Old 30th December, 2003, 01:24 PM
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It is for a power supply fan or an additional case fan.
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Old 30th December, 2003, 01:42 PM
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I could use it for another case fan, im just not sure weather its meant for another case fan or for the fan already built into the PSU (Which BTW i havent got a clue as to how i would plug it in but owuld love to know)
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Hello Mord,

That power conector it's ment for the PSU (in case you own one that has an aditional conector just for that purpose-good psu units have that connector) but U can plug and monitor any other fan that you install in your system.

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