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CPU fan I have finished assembling a desktop computer and briefly powered up to check the cooling fans. All fans worked fine except the CPU fan which gave a little spurt and then stopped. After about 3 seconds it again moved briefly a number of times but at no time did it start up and run normally. After 9-10 seconds I killed the power to prevent the processor overheating. I checked the connection of the fan to the CPU Fan connector on the motherboard and it appears to be fine. Can anyone suggest a solution? The processsor is a Pentium 4 631 3.0 GHz and the motherboard is a Gigabyte Model 965P - DSA

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  • mckjohnm Feb 24, 2008

    Yes, all other fans and lights were working. I have since discovered that on this motherboard, the CPU fan does not spin until the CPU has reached a preset temperature and then the speed varies with the CPU temp. It is possible to check that the fan is working by plugging it into either the PWR FAN or SYS FAN sockets.

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When you say power is going to the mobo, are
other fans and lights turning on? You also may have forgotten to plug in
the large ATX power cord from the PSU, or the smaller 4-pin rectangular 12V
power cord. Is the correct local voltage setting for your PSU selected (110
or 220)?

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