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ok i got the thermaltake armor+ but the side panel fan 220mm c has a 2 pin connector and i have lost it so i wanted to know that if u know how can i get another one or what can i do to get my side fan on becouse i need it to lower down my temps more xd

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I cut a 5 pin connector off of a dead 80mm fan and soldered tht wires together to make a connector that is no longer a specialty item. If you sont want to do that you could always call thermaltake.

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ok i got the thermaltake armor+ but the side panel fan 220mm c has a 2 pin connector and i have lost it so i wanted to know that if u know how can i get another one or what can i do to get my side fan on becouse i need it to lower down my temps more xd

 

You can make your own. It shouldn't be too hard as you don't really need to be too savy with a soldering iron to get it done.

 

From any of the 4 pin molex connectors coming out of the power supply, run 2 20 awg wires from them down into your side panel fan. On mine, I have a red wire coming from the yellow pins on the molex connector and a black from a black ping right beside the yellow. They run into their corresponding colors once they meet the fan connection. I would siggest going out and purchasing a Y connector for one of the molex connections and pairing the wires with it. That way, you can disconnect the fan whenever you need to.

 

If you want, I can take a picture and show you want I mean.

 

That aside, Thermaltake does offer the ability to order the entire side panel if I'm not mistaken.

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You can make your own. It shouldn't be too hard as you don't really need to be too savy with a soldering iron to get it done.

 

From any of the 4 pin molex connectors coming out of the power supply, run 2 20 awg wires from them down into your side panel fan. On mine, I have a red wire coming from the yellow pins on the molex connector and a black from a black ping right beside the yellow. They run into their corresponding colors once they meet the fan connection. I would siggest going out and purchasing a Y connector for one of the molex connections and pairing the wires with it. That way, you can disconnect the fan whenever you need to.

 

If you want, I can take a picture and show you want I mean.

 

That aside, Thermaltake does offer the ability to order the entire side panel if I'm not mistaken.

 

ok thanks show me becouse i was thinking maybe buy another 220mm fan and put it instead of the stock thermaltake

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