Originally Posted by AtiViVo
Can someone help me - I just installed the Accelero L2 Pro on my EAH 4770. Everything seems to work OK for now (~37C after 10 min. idling on stock clock settings, case open), but the connector for the thermal chip on the GPU for the Accelero wasn't the same as the default ASUS cooling... so I connected it on the 12V rail to the PSU.
Wouldn't this result in it working 100% all the time (and thus, quickly breaking down the fan)? Any idea how can I connect the Accelero L2 to the GPU thermal chip, so I can control the RPM?
I'd really appreciate some help on this, as I already had enough trouble attaching the cooling to the GPU, with my card plate being horribly uneven and two of the stickers on the fan spacers failing... I don't want the fan to break down. :/
The fans made to run at 12V. You wont have any problems running it at that. When you set a stock fan to run at 100% threw drivers, its running at 12v.
You could splice the wires from the stock fan with the new fans cable so it has the right connector on it.
Originally Posted by 495
well, if you were able to connect it to 12v, you couls easily connect it to 7 or 5v.
just use it from a molex, try the yellow cable, i think that is the 5v, im not good with that...
The Red cable is 5V normally and Yellow is 12V.
4770 Club, I've just bought a XFX 4770 with the blower cooler. Can they be software overvolted and how do they clock?Edited by Willhemmens - 5/9/10 at 9:34am