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Old 08-09-2005, 11:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hey im 14 and building my first cpu so please make this answer as basic as possible. I just bought the logisys dracula case and i canot figure out how do get the 80mm and 120mm fans runing(the only 2). Im runing a foxconn mobo and i have the sunbeam tech 20 in 1 fan controler. can anyone help me connect my fans to the controller and psu?
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First of all, Foxconn? You are gonna be the laughing stock here kid. You really don't need a controller, just plug it in on the mobo.
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theres no reason for a fan controller for that rig, insted of spending money on controller You need to buy a better rig (foxconn) agreed with desiboi
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Old 08-09-2005, 05:07 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Just plug it directly into the power supply.
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I agree. There should be power supply spots open.

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plug it in plug it in, they got it right just plug it into the psu.
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yeah computers are like expensive legos when assembling, except for everything only goes where it fits. So, if the connector fits into its reciever (except with the case of the cpu fan) then its most likely safe to plug it there
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i have already purcahsed the fan controller for the flash memory readers and to bring my audio ports to the front
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