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I have an HP Vectra VE and I was upgrading it. It has a Pentium 2 hook up for the procesor but I have an adapter that lets me hook up a 370 Pentium 3 Celeron. I hooked up the 1.4 GHz procesor to the adpater and slid it into the Pentium 2 slot. Unfortuantly I don't see a place to hook up the fan power cord. Can anyone help me?
Most fans are either 5v or 12v and have a hook up on the motherboard. If not the fan should have a + and a - side (normaly red is + and black is - ). If push comes to shove use the same voltage lines off a hard drive power connector on the power supply if the motherboard doesn;t have the connector built in.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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