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Thermaltake 120mm Fan

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I got a TT fan that blows ALOT of air, but i got a problem. It has a 3 pin connector that i love to use so i can control the speed, but the wiring came out of the 3 pin. Its 1 wire running into 1 of the 3 pin on the connector, and when i try to simply place it back into place, i cant get it to work. Can someone guide me on replacing it. Heres a example of what it looks like.
http://www.techpowerup.com/articles/...s/7vmod-02.jpg
Its the yellow wiring connected to the 3 pin that i need to fix, its just the wires came out of the 3 pin.
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nothing you can really do except just buy another one and use the old one as target practice
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Did the wire break out of the little metal connector that slides in and out of the connector? Because if it's still connected, there could be a caouple things you can do. There's a possibility that the metal end that slides into the connector got a bit squished when it came out- in which case you need to slide it back out and bend it forward so you're sure it's making contact with the pin.

Can you actually control the speed through a tachometer wire? I was under the inpression you could only do that with a PWM fan.
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So what's the best fan for a True?
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