|04-09-08, 11:24 PM||#1|
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adding a fan to th eside of my case.
I'm adding an exhaust fan to my case as my graphics card's exhaust goes into a confined area and its keeping my hard drives at above 120 Fahrenheit at all times. the fan I just purchased (It came today) linky has a 4 pin connector. are there any converters that give me 3 pin power and another 3 pin connector for rpm? I dont want to cut it.
|04-09-08, 11:35 PM||#2|
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Re: adding a fan to th eside of my case.
Good luck with that fan.. http://youtube.com/watch?v=KmDGPFLoPwc
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