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Ive recently got a Nemesiz NZXT which comes with a dual fan lcd temperature monitor. The wires that measure the temperature seem to have no ways of connecting to the perephrials (cpu, vga, hdd, chipset etc.) any1 know how to connect?
 

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Here Ya go. Use tape. Good clear tape in very thin strips. | | << about that this actual size. Put the sensors on your stuff. HDD is fairly simple. SYS should be attached to the chasis somewhere near the rear or in the middle. As this will control your rear fan I placed mine on my chasis right below my fan near my vid card. for the CPU see the pics below.

 

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i dont have a good pic of mine atm and im at work so i cant take one. Yes OCN is what i do all day at work lol. If urs has fans on the actual controler than we have different ones. If that's the case then you should email ur question to the guy who built it
 

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hmm ok. another thing. the cpu fan lead which plugs into my cpu fan slot.

1. it has three pin holes while there are 4 pins of which it must go on to.

2. i dont think that the dual fans (which are in the lcd monitor itself) would be a very reliable thing to use to cool my cpu with. I could take the fan out and replace my intel stock fan with it. that would sort that problem. But it wouldnt really matter because of problem number one.
 

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Mine has the same problem (problem 1) what Im going to do is take the pins out and place them in their spots. Im guessing you have that blue wire and the controler pins only have red, yel, and black right? for now im just not using that one because: Little know fact of the day... the fan controler wont actually control that fan it just shows you at what level it is opperating. The CPU fan is not affected in any way by the fan controler. So its now going to make a performance difference but if your like me, it just feels good to know everything is connected. So just take out the pins and insert them where they belong. Did I answer your question about placing the sensors earlier?
 
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