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Old PSU fan lying around.....

I have a old PSU fan here and i want to use it inside my case is it possible to solder the red/black cables to an existing fan?

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  • worlds_best_ Apr 15, 2009

    umm? but is it not in parallel?

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Fan voltage must be the same as the one you want to connect it to

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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    buffalonyman Apr 15, 2009

    First priority is voltage compatibility, if the voltage is not correct, you can't use the fan. Most PS fans are 12 volts, you could tap on of the 12 volt leads to power this fan

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  • Finally, remove the PSU and test with a known good one.
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Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions,IDE,SATA

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Well, the first thing that might be causing this is your memory card (RAM). Try to remove it and place it in another memory slot on the motherboard.

To be sure if your motherboard is still in good working condition, remove the memory card and power on the PC.

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1) the power supply (PSU)
2) your 'jumper' from the power button to the motherboard has come unplugged
3) you're grounding out somewhere

One cheap-o way of testing a power supply is:

Turn your power supply off.
Unplug your power supply.
Get a paper clip.
Bend it into a U-shape with the ends close together.
Put one end of the paper clip into *the* green wire in the plug of the PSU.
Put the other end of the paper clip into a black wire of the PSU.
Plug in the PSU.
Turn on the PSU.
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If the the power supply was fine, but when you hit the power button and it no fans inside the case move, check the plug from the case to ther "power on" jumper on the motherboard. if that's correct, I'd suggest removing the entire motherboard from the case and setting it onto a phonebook and see if it'll turn on there.


If fans are moving when you hit the power button, but no beeps, fans turn back off after a moment, ect:
1) Motheboard is bad
or
2) Processor is bad

These are the situations that are most likely.

Computers are picky about being played around in. You can look at them wrong and they'll stop working. Sometimes it's as simple as pulling them apart and putting back together again to make them work... at least in my experience. I wish you the best of luck.

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