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  1. Posts : 637
    Windows 7 Professional (64bit)
    Thread Starter

    ld say lve had about the same, tho if l use in the heat of the day it could go up by 8 to 10c and l kinda like sticking to low 30s mid to high 20s. but l also prefer to know my fan is going at a reasonable rpm as its harder to gauge when its not being recorded by the bios.
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  2. Posts : 637
    Windows 7 Professional (64bit)
    Thread Starter

    sorry for the double post, but l was just thinking, my friend has a 3pin to 4pin cable handy. l was just thinking l could connect that to the chassis fan connector which l assume would remove the power modulation part of the 4pin cpu fan, that being the case it should just push the fan at full spec rpm? and also mean l wouldnt have the occasional switch on switch off and back on again before the fan spins.
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  3. Posts : 25,847
    Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

    Please read post # 8 again.
    If you follow the instruction you will be on a chassis 3 pin
    fan connector with out any warnings.
    Your fan will run full speed every time you boot until you shut down the computer.
    If you don't have a 3 pin chassis fan connector on you motherboard a adapter will work. 4 pin to 3 pin.
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