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I'm quite embarassed to post something like this but this is the first rig I've ever built by myself and I'm still a little kindergartner munchkin in the computer world, so forgive me!

Am I supposed to connect the molex connector to the 'pwr_fan' plug on the motherboard? Or does the ax750's fan run on its own by some other cable?

Thanks,


Jess
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no, the fan gets power from the PSU which gets its power from the wall
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no, the fan gets power from the PSU which gets its power from the wall
tyty, +rep
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Very nice rig Jess.
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Thank you
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Did you build your rig yourself? If so very nice . I love Kdramas so it's nice to see a Kgirl on here.
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post #7 of 8
I don't even know why they call it pwr fan.


The only reason I can think of is to differentiate between fans in a program like speedfan or something.


but yeah, your question has been answered
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Yes, I built it all by myself and OCed my CPU and GPU for the first time, stable 24hrs! I'm so proud of myself.

Anyways OT, /thread.
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