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I am in the process of setting up a barebones VBBI-2N7300 (installing Windows 7 on new sata drive) and noticed that the clear fan on the side and the large muffin fan in the rear are not on. Please advise. I believe the rear fan wires go right to the cpu (through the bundle of wires.) The side fan has a red & white wire with a connector and another that can piggyback with other connectors/wires. It's connected to a mate off the bundle of wires coming from the cpu(female to male). The other connector from it is male; should I have connected that one? I don't remember if I had disconnected it and reconnected it at one time or another while installing components. Then the rear fan-- I never see that one spinning. Is it temperature-controlled? Please advise.

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Hi,
There should be 2 male fan connectors on the motherboard, one is for the CPU fan and the other is for the case or system fan, this will marked on the motherboard and are usually white in colour.
The case or system fan are not usually temperature controlled but in some cases you can adjust the speed in the BIOS, the CPU fan however is temperature controlled.


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