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Crosshair IV Formula with BMW Heat Temp. Sensor

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Crosshair IV Formula "BMW M3 TEMP OPT SENSOR"

First of all I would like to apologize for my grammar since English is not my native tongue.

I went to the junkyard to look for a headlights for my M car but I end up finding thermal sensors on the floor of a parts car to make it short here's what happen and the steps I did.

FOUND 2 BMW E36 M3 Temp. Heat sensor Part# 64111374242
went back home and look for OLD POWER LED and HDD Activity LED wires
Cut the LED and solder the temperature sensor to the wire the LED used to be. Power off my system plug my new sensor to OPT Sensor # 1 and #2
Power back on and check the BIOS if its working... Done

Steps

1. Cut the LED from OLD POWER LED and HDD Activity LED wires.

2. Solder the end of the wire where the LED used to at the BMW Heat Temp. sensor.

3. Make sure the wire are secure.

4. POWER off your crosshair iv or whatever board you use that dosent come with temp. sensor

5: Plug in your BMW Heat temp. sensor I used sensor #1 and #2

6: POWER ON

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Ill upload a better quality pictures once I have a better camera

Please don't bash me. Sorry if my grammar is horrible


Edited by Centerline - 5/12/11 at 6:56am
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Good job! Your grammar is fine. Interesting find.
May I ask what your monitoring? Just curious.
Also what model did these come out of? I might have to find me some lol.
I'd like to see the new pics when available too!

Click on the link in my sig and come join us in the ASUS Crosshair IV Formula/Extreme Club. Feel free to add yourself to the Members List. Just under the spread sheets you'll find some useful links as well.
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