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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
  • 49% (927)
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  • 12% (226)
    Meh
  • 1% (27)
    Bad
  • 5% (108)
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post #21021 of 28613
* Woops double post.
post #21022 of 28613
Meh, wont risk it..
post #21023 of 28613
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Originally Posted by clam85 View Post
1 more question for today; I've hooked up all three molex connectors that came with the psu, but there is still one female molex left. I have no clue what this one does, as it seems I've connected all 3 fans. It is located at the back of the case. I've included a pic.
Hmm hard to tell from that picture.

Are you sure you got all three fans, that may be for the top fan.
post #21024 of 28613
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Hmm hard to tell from that picture.

Are you sure you got all three fans, that may be for the top fan.
That could be the LED power connection for the back and front fan... I think
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post #21025 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Xyrate View Post
That could be the LED power connection for the back and front fan... I think
that was my other thought, but I'm not near my computer to check, and i dont use the LED switch anymore.


Clam you might as well plug it in anyways if you have another Molex PSU connector. And then when you turn everything on check that all the fans are running and you can switch the lights on and off.
post #21026 of 28613
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Originally Posted by LostRib View Post
that was my other thought, but I'm not near my computer to check, and i dont use the LED switch anymore.


Clam you might as well plug it in anyways if you have another Molex PSU connector. And then when you turn everything on check that all the fans are running and you can switch the lights on and off.
That's the problem: my PSU only has 3 molex connectors...
but there's also this kind of thing, which I've just ignored because I didn't know what it did;


(only those two Molex connectors)
Edited by clam85 - 5/9/11 at 2:07pm
post #21027 of 28613
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post #21028 of 28613
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That's the problem: my PSU only has 3 molex connectors...
but there's also this kind of thing, which I've just ignored because I didn't know what it did;


(only those two Molex connectors)
Okay, I believe if you plug the spare Molex from the LED switch into the PSU, i believe you can then plug a fan molex into that double molex pictured.

Someone confirm?
post #21029 of 28613
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Originally Posted by LostRib View Post
Okay, I believe if you plug the spare Molex from the LED switch into the PSU, i believe you can then plug a fan molex into that double molex pictured.

Someone confirm?
Ya you can daisy chain them together.
post #21030 of 28613
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Originally Posted by clam85 View Post
That's the problem: my PSU only has 3 molex connectors...
but there's also this kind of thing, which I've just ignored because I didn't know what it did;


(only those two Molex connectors)
If your computer powers up, just keep the three you have plugged in now and then power it up real quick and see if all the fans are working/check the LED light switch. Then power down and try plugging in the other molex connection and see what happens.
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