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post #12 of 42
The wire isn't a high enough gauge to carry the voltage/current, you probably plugged it in the wrong place but anyway.
Everything else should be fine as long as the wires didn't touch anything but them selves, and it should have cut out as when the PSU senses two wires are touching it shuts off as a safety function
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post #13 of 42
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Well I read over the manual and didn't find where to plug in, then i saw 2 a pin connection on the mother board and tried it. I am reading the manual right and looks like I plugged the LED cable into the HDMI port

Well that cannot happen. There's no way on earth you can fit that connector in a HDMI socket.

That LED I'm sure runs off 3.3V (there's no resistor on those things usually, and 3.3V is what comes out of the motherboard FP headers for the LEDs). You probably plugged it on the 12V, the diode shorted, and your wires melted.
   
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post #14 of 42
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Well that cannot happen. There's no way on earth you can fit that connector in a HDMI socket.
That LED I'm sure runs off 3.3V (there's no resistor on those things usually, and 3.3V is what comes out of the motherboard FP headers for the LEDs). You probably plugged it on the 12V, the diode shorted, and your wires melted.
HDMI-SPDIF Header that's what it says on the manual
post #15 of 42
After reading the description, it looks like the 2 pin connector is for connecting to a switch to turn the LED's on/off, not for 12v
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post #16 of 42
Do you have the 3 pin plugged in? I still think you need to hook that 2 pin plug to an on and off switch. My 230mm fan on my haf-x has a 3pin and 2pin plug coming from it. The 3pin goe to the motherboard or molex adapter and the 2 pin goes to the switch onn the front panel to turn the led off.
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post #17 of 42
Fan headers on the motherboard are 3 or 4 pin never 2. If you are unsure in the future refer to your motherboard manual or get the manual in PDF form off the web. You were lucky in this case by the sounds of it.
post #18 of 42
Pretty sure the burning was from the insulation around the wire. Other wise you would have heard a capacitor pop, and it's unlikely you burnt a voltage regulator.

You should be fine.
    
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post #19 of 42
From what i read you need the hydra fan crontroller if it doesn't have the jumper on the fan to turn the led on and off. That 2 pin goes to a on and off switch.
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post #20 of 42
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I don't have a on/off switch on my case. Do you guys think they will give me a refund?
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