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nighthawksolo

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#1 14 years ago

i just built my thermaltake computer from the ground up, When i first got the case i was like dam this is a huge case!!!. So i wired all the fan's and my mobo.etc.... Now im at the point where i want the cpu to run off my control setup in the front of my tower, But i dont have a wiring diagram for me to wire it, now ive been to thermaltake to wire this up and no luck their, Im basically trying to get my asus se deluxe mobo to monitor my cpu but allow me to control it at all times. I have a aerocool high tower for my choice of cooling average temp is 41c hope thats not to hot of a temp. but im only running at 2500rpm i was told ths can go 3500rpm if anyone can give me a thermaltake wiring diagram, and a asus se deluxe diagram that would be awsome ty.




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#2 14 years ago

hello anyone????




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#3 14 years ago

So let me get this right, you want to manually control your CPU?




nighthawksolo

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#4 14 years ago

welli want thermalstakes console to control the fan, i just dont know how to wire it so that i can have a manual control without the mobotelling me the fan rpms are below threshold




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#5 14 years ago

You will loose your RPM count in BIOS if you wire your CPU fan to a console, make sure you turn of "CPU fan faliure alarm".

The console should have an identical plug to what your CPUfan plug was inserted to on your motherboard. That should be it..




nighthawksolo

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#6 14 years ago

ie done that but the asus mobo tells me that its not working but clearly i can see that it is thru the case, So the next point im getting to is, how do i know what rpms its spinning? so far what i did was, took the cpu fan 3 pin plug, attached to a female 3 pin plug, which then went to my console, and my cpu mobo. ive had the thing hooked up properly but the temp of my cpu was the same now if it was spinning right their should be some sort of a differance considering its supposed to be 1,000 rpms more right??