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Emachine T4060 power supply

Should fan run disconnected from mother board

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I have to assume you mean
Will the cooling fans run if it is still powered by mother board and disconencted from the mount ,such as processor or chipset ??

Yes it would , but is a very dangerous thing to do ,as it could easily short against anything within the case
Be more specific with your problem maybe someone can help you better

Posted on Nov 14, 2007

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    Jim UnTold Nov 14, 2007

    If you mean will the power supply fan run with the big 20 pin connection loose from motherboard then answer is NO

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