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Trying to find plugin pin for fan
These are relatively simple to find.
Although there are some complications when locating them, for the most part, they're in no way difficult to locate, the problem YOU may be having though, is that you just don't have a pin output for another fan.
IF that is the case, simply go to your nearest computer hardware store, and purchase a 3pin ATX fan to 4pin Molex Connector Cable.
they look like this:
that will allow you to change the fans connector to something you can use. Simply remove the female molex on your hard drive if you don't have a free male, and mate them, then rehook the new empty one to the hard drive, and the fan to the other.
**note** this DOES take power from your PSU (power supply unit) so make sure that you have something of a good wattage, since this will take a 12 volt discharge to be kept.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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