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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-17-2014, 02:46 PM - Thread Starter
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I purchased a 5pin female connector to wire a 4pin PWM fan to run off the ASUS 970 5pin connector.

This is what I am guessing is the 5pin layout:
  • Pin1: RPM (Fan 2) 1x Wire
  • Pin2: Ground 2x Wire
  • Pin3: +12V 2x Wire
  • Pin4: RPM (Fan 1) 1x Wire
  • Pin5: PWM 2x Wire

Is this correct?

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I think that's incorrect, but I need to look at my drawing. It's filed away somewhere and might take me awhile to find, but will post it up when I find it.

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I'm pretty sure this is the pin-out:

Pin-1 = RPM sensor (from fan #2) 1x wire
Pin-2 = Ground 2x wires here
Pin-3 = +12V 2x wires here
Pin-4 = RPM sense (from Fan #1) 1x wires here
Pin-5 = PWM signal (from VGA header) 2x wires into this pin

The rpm sensor leads are single wire leads in plug.

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I'm pretty sure this is the pin-out:

Pin-1 = RPM sensor (from fan #2) 1x wire
Pin-2 = Ground 2x wires here
Pin-3 = +12V 2x wires here
Pin-4 = RPM sense (from Fan #1) 1x wires here
Pin-5 = PWM signal (from VGA header) 2x wires into this pin

The rpm sensor leads are single wire leads in plug.
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