Question about Intel D865PERL Motherboard
Intel just replaced my D865 perl motherboard...before I put the chip in and turn on the rear power supply on the fans do not run.note the front power switches are not conncted yet...as soon a I put the chip in and turn on the rear power switch the fans start to run...is this proper...Gene
If you've installed the cpu and hooked the fan to the power supply plug, which is just left of the cpu mount, then the board if connected to the power supply cables, it should start up. Regardless of the front switches. However, you probably don't want to start plugging in the power cord until you have all of your components in place and ready to close up the case. First you can create a shock by just touching the board and that can damage the board. (I speak from my own experience :-( .
But once you get the power switch plugged into the board that should take over turning the rear power supply on and off (Including the cpu fan)
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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