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I have my rear 120mm exhaust fan connected to the 3-pin fan head labled 'FAN 2'.

 

Very strange...wtf could be causing this!? :confused:

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right 1st things 1st----

 

Are all ur power connectors connected:

 

1) The 24pin atx connector

 

2) 4PIN ATX12v Connector

 

3) The Molex power connector next to the chipset heatsink & Fan

 

4) The 3-1/2" Floppy connector Between the CPU & PCI Express Slot

 

 

ta.

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right 1st things 1st----

 

Are all ur power connectors connected:

 

1) The 24pin atx connector

 

2) 4PIN ATX12v Connector

 

3) The Molex power connector next to the chipset heatsink & Fan

 

4) The 3-1/2" Floppy connector Between the CPU & PCI Express Slot

 

 

ta.

Yes, yes, yes and yes.

It not recommended to use the motherboard fan headers to power your fans.

I'm not using it by itself. I've got it powered by a 4-pin molex, it's connected to a fan controller too and I also plug the 3-pin in so I can see how fast it's going in ITE smart guardian...

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I'm not using it by itself. I've got it powered by a 4-pin molex, it's connected to a fan controller too and I also plug the 3-pin in so I can see how fast it's going in ITE smart guardian...

 

 

er...you have it plugged in with both the 4-pin molex AND the 3-pin header on the board???

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Remove the red and black wires from the 3 pin connector if you are supplying the fan power from another source. Only the yellow wire should be connected to the motheboard

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Remove the red and black wires from the 3 pin connector if you are supplying the fan power from another source. Only the yellow wire should be connected to the motheboard

Thank you my good man.

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