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No power I was wondering if I have to have a motherboard installed to get the fans going? If not. I have no power. Could I have hooked it up wrong? I had a bit of inswtruction problem with where the output .5 amp went after I conected all the fans together. Thanks

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Your power supply will not supply any power unless there is a motherboard or other appropriate device connected to it; safety feature.

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