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I have an ultra case model ULT33180. I need to know the wiring diagram of the power switch. It has 4-8 wires running to it.

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Http://www.ultraproducts.com/PDFs/spec_sheets/ULT33180/ULT33180_1.pdf

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Motherboard fan connectors typically use a small 3-pin which looks like this: zero_awake.jpg
the left connector is a female connection (the side with 3 holes) the middle and right are male connections, has 3 metal pins:
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Some fans use a 4-pin connection, which is generally a CPU fan connector but not always:
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This pictures a 4-pin connection, but may look different from other 4-pin connections because the wires are covered in a black sleeve, which keeps them safe from harm and to reduce potential negative affects on airflow created when there are lots of loose wires inside a computer case.

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This photo shows a 4-pin connection attached to a motherboard next to a 3-pin connection in a motherboard. While it is not recommended in the case of the CPU's fan, in the case of other internal case fans with a 4-pin connection, it is possible to plug them into a 3-pin connector of the motherboard, but the ability to control fan speed, which is controlled in the 4th pin will be lost.

Though sometimes computers have a way of controlling fan speed on a 3-pin or 4-pin connection even without the 4th pin, such *** voltage regulation and reading tach. feedback. These things are typically things a general user doesn't need to worry about unless their computer is running particularly hot and causing trouble.

In which case, it might be worth investing some money in a fan controller, which takes a power connection, several fan connections (varies based on the controller you get) and gives you the ability to control fan speed externally on your computer case. My controller has nice dial knobs, though some "fancy" controllers have a display and up and down buttons. (Fan controllers would be at your own discretion in terms of price, you can get them cheap all the way up to seemingly ridiculous expensive)

In the event of not having enough 3pin or 4pin connections on a motherboard, it is still possible to add case fans by way of 4pin molex connections:
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A female molex connection

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Some case fans run exclusively through these connectors, others have a combination of a 3pin (or 4pin possibly, though I've never seen this combination) and a 4pin molex connector. In this case, the molex connector can connect directly to a cord from the power supply and run the fan. It is possible to run case fans without having them connect to the motherboard at all! Which makes it possible to connect more fans, with less available connections for your fans on your motherboard.

If a fan is a certain connection (any of the 3) and you need to convert it, for example:
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