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Power supply , small plug hook up?

Hi, I bought a power supply , an Enermax EG495P-VE 24pin ,SFCA ATX , 12V, VER 2.0 There is a fan type plug,it's brown with 3 small holes in it and there are 2 wires attached to it . One on each side and nothing in the middle. One wire is white and the other one is black with a white stripe down the side. Does anyone know what it's for and where to hook it up to? I have an Asus motherboard Model #M2N68-AM. Thanks, Ron .

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That plug is for the fan RPM monitor, it is not needed for normal operation.

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