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Hi...im new here!! <br>Well...i've buyed a new ENERMAX EG-365 VE for my ATHLON 2000XP mounted on a ASUS A7M266. <br>I want to know where i must to wire the 3 pin connector (seems like an ATX 12V connector) that came from the powersupply.That connector its attached to a thing that seems a led (i suppose that is the thermistor). <br>Well second question...i must to put the thermistor into the power supply? <br>Please let me know a don't know where to wire that XXXXX connector on my A7M!!!! <br>Thanx a lot.... <br> <br><!-- BBCode auto-link start --><a href="http://www.kwild.com" target="_blank">http://www.kwild.com</a><!-- BBCode auto-link end --> <br> <br> <br>


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Sounds like you've got one of the earlier models with an external fan control thermistor that can be located anywhere -- within reach of the cable, anyway. Inner or outer fan or both - don't know which it controls. If you want the fan to go slow, put it in a cool spot; or put it next to the CPU/HS if you want the fan to run fast. Does the 3-pin cable look like a fan connector (like from your CPU HS fan)? If so, it's probably for fan speed monitoring & goes into a PSU or case fan header. Didn't you get a manual?
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Yes,the 3 pin cable is the same of my heatsink (a zalmann flowercooler) but it's colored in brown with the wires colored in yellow. <br>The manual don't says a **** about that connector and about the thermistor (and nothing about the silent or normal mode...). <br>Still waiting for infoz...thanx mate! <br>;O) <br> <br>


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Watch the language! Your only warning on that. Reread my post - the info is all there.
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