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Old 01-02-2008, 08:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default JPF1, JPF2, Case Fan Connections? Help!!

1) For my JFP1, are the colored wires the "+" and the white wire the '-'? When i turn them over, I see arrows on the colored side of the wire, only leading me to believe it's + as I stated above... true?

2) For JFP2, what do I do with that? I don't have a second "power LED" cord that matches the diagram, nor the speaker one I think...

3) I have two 120mm case fans... what do I do with the wires? EDIT - I just found a picture of the wires.
I just disconnected the molex wire and found a 3-pin wire - the red/maroon wire. Can I hook that up on the motherboard, where there is SYS FAN1 and 2? If I do, I can only do 1, maybe 2 of the fans becuase the wires are short
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