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Hi i just bought 3 chassis fan and i installed 2 on top and 1 rear... there is already one installed in the front when i bought the case....i want to know wich direction i have to put my 3 chassis fans (2 top 1 rear) know there are all blowing the air out of the case... thank you!

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Case fans tend to blow in the air out of the side of the fan which has the four plastic bars and normally the sticker. The fan may also have a set of arrows describing direction of rotation and flow of air.

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Audio wiring problem on HP Compaq DC7100 CMT with DC7700 motherboard


You have a problem with HP connectivity. When I moved my dx7100 motherbard into another casing I experienced that error and also chassis fan not detected error. Chassis fan error is easy to remove, You only need a fan with at least 3 cables (with sensor) and plug it into 4 pin chassis fan connector. Audio conector have 10 pins (eight pin missing for orientation (with followed numerication
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If you only want to get rid of the error ( with no use of back audio(use of another soundcard)) then short pins 2 and 7. But if you want to use back connectors, then you must bridge with jumpers 1-3 for microfone, 5-6 for audio L and 9-10 for audio R.
I've bee searched thru internet and didn't find this trick anywere.

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What is the best way to keep these computers running cool? They only come with 1 fan, the CPU fan. I installed a new graphics card which comes with 3 fans on it (radeon 6950) and added an 80mm fan at the...


Hello, I am the technician that you be assisting you today. My name is Norman-Wynne Damstra.

Welcome to Fixya Jeffery.

Yes you are quite correct, your upgraded computer system is giving off a large amount of heat, that graphics upgrade is quite substantial.

See these off the shelf PC's from manufactures really don't take the computer gamer's needs into account with regards to cooling. Gaming gear gives off a whole bunch of heat and this heat as you have come to find needs to be expelled quite quickly for a stable and cool gaming computer system.

Here are two possible solutions for this problem:
Option 1.) Installing cooling into the side panel is the easiest, most effective way of cooling your computer's components. I would reccomend installing at least two 120mm fans. What you do is set the one so that the fans hub would sits directly above the CPU. This fan would therefore provide freash cool air from outside the chassis to your CPU cooler.
The second fan would be installed so that the hub sits slightly below the Circuit Board (PCB) of the Graphics card. This fan would therefore provide freash cool air from outside the chassis to your Graphics card. Be sure to check that the fan, once installed over the Graphics card clears the actual graphics card once the side panel is slid closed.
You will need to measure and drill 4 holes for each fan, and then cut out the metal in the middle for air to pass through the chassis side panel. One can buy 120mm fan grills to protect anything large from touching the fan blades, it also makes the mod look smart and finished off. They are bought in crome or black finish. Check your computer store.

Now that the intake is sorted your will need to work on a suitable spot to install exhaust fans. Some-times there is enough space around the rear 80mm fan to drill and fit a 120mm fan. Again you will need to drill 4 holes and cut away the middle of the chassis for the air to pass through the chassis. You will need to check if this option is available to you. Another exhaust option is the top of the chassis for natural convection currents (hot air rising), usually install either 1 or 2 120mm fans depending on the position of the Power Supply, as some are fitted on the top and others on the bottom.
Visit your local computer store for fan mounting; kits, ideas, available fan speeds and airflow rates, purchase fans.

Option 2.) Involves the purchase of a suitable gaming computer chassis. These would be better suited to your gaming setup/needs and have lot's of fan install points. You would want to get one, if you so choose that offers 120mm or 140mm fan mounting options. Usually offering in excess of 3 mounting points. Giving your computer components freash air, thereby decreasing tempreature, increasing performance, reliability and longevity.
There are lot of diffent sizes and styles available.

I would reccomend either Cooler Master 690 series or Corsair.

Take care!
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KTM Torque settings


  1. Collar screw, front wheel spindle Front axle nut 40Nm 30ft lbs
  2. Brake Caliper front Brake Caliper front Loctite 243 2 19ft lbs
  3. Brake Disk, front Brake disk front Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  4. Brake Disk, rear Brake disk rear Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  5. Clamping screws, upper fork bridge Top triple clamp 20Nm 15ft lbs
  6. Clamping screws, lower fork bridge Bottom triple clamp 15Nm 11ft lbs
  7. Clamping screws, fork stubs Front axle pinch bolts 10Nm 7ft lbs
  8. Collar nut, rear wheel spindle Rear axle nut 80Nm 59ft lbs
  9. Hex nut swingarm bolt Swingarm nut 100Nm 74ft lbs
  10. Hex collar screw handlebar clamp Upper handlebar clamps 20Nm 15ft lbs
  11. Allen head screw handlebar support Lower handlebar clamps Loctite 243 4 30ft lbs
  12. Shock absorber top Shock absorber top bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  13. Shock absorber bottom Shock absorber botton bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  14. Sprocket screws Rear sprocket bolts Loctite 243 3 25ft lbs
  15. Ball joint for push rod Rear brake pedal pivot Loctite 243 1 7ft lbs
  16. Engine mounting bolts Engine mounting bolts 45Nm 33ft lbs
  17. Engine brace Engine brace 33Nm 24ft lbs
  18. Screw adjusting ring spring preload Shock preload collar bolt 8Nm 6ft lbs
  19. Spoke nipple Spokes 5Nm 4ft lbs
  20. Other Screws on chassis M6 10Nm 7ft lbs
  21. M8 25Nm 19ft lbs
  22. M10 45Nm 33ft lbs
  23. Other collar nutes on chassis M6 15Nm 11ft lbs
  24. M8 30Nm 22ft lbs
  25. M10 50Nm 37ft lbs
  26. Front Sprocket 44ft lbs

TF

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KTM Torque settings


  1. Collar screw, front wheel spindle Front axle nut 40Nm 30ft lbs
  2. Brake Caliper front Brake Caliper front Loctite 243 2 19ft lbs
  3. Brake Disk, front Brake disk front Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  4. Brake Disk, rear Brake disk rear Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  5. Clamping screws, upper fork bridge Top triple clamp 20Nm 15ft lbs
  6. Clamping screws, lower fork bridge Bottom triple clamp 15Nm 11ft lbs
  7. Clamping screws, fork stubs Front axle pinch bolts 10Nm 7ft lbs
  8. Collar nut, rear wheel spindle Rear axle nut 80Nm 59ft lbs
  9. Hex nut swingarm bolt Swingarm nut 100Nm 74ft lbs
  10. Hex collar screw handlebar clamp Upper handlebar clamps 20Nm 15ft lbs
  11. Allen head screw handlebar support Lower handlebar clamps Loctite 243 4 30ft lbs
  12. Shock absorber top Shock absorber top bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  13. Shock absorber bottom Shock absorber botton bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  14. Sprocket screws Rear sprocket bolts Loctite 243 3 25ft lbs
  15. Ball joint for push rod Rear brake pedal pivot Loctite 243 1 7ft lbs
  16. Engine mounting bolts Engine mounting bolts 45Nm 33ft lbs
  17. Engine brace Engine brace 33Nm 24ft lbs
  18. Screw adjusting ring spring preload Shock preload collar bolt 8Nm 6ft lbs
  19. Spoke nipple Spokes 5Nm 4ft lbs
  20. Other Screws on chassis M6 10Nm 7ft lbs
  21. M8 25Nm 19ft lbs
  22. M10 45Nm 33ft lbs
  23. Other collar nutes on chassis M6 15Nm 11ft lbs
  24. M8 30Nm 22ft lbs
  25. M10 50Nm 37ft lbs
  26. Front Sprocket 44ft lbs

TF

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Thanks for contacting FixYa. I was reviewing some of the older un-answered questions trying to ensure your issue has been resolved.

KTM Torque settings


  1. Collar screw, front wheel spindle Front axle nut 40Nm 30ft lbs
  2. Brake Caliper front Brake Caliper front Loctite 243 2 19ft lbs
  3. Brake Disk, front Brake disk front Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  4. Brake Disk, rear Brake disk rear Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  5. Clamping screws, upper fork bridge Top triple clamp 20Nm 15ft lbs
  6. Clamping screws, lower fork bridge Bottom triple clamp 15Nm 11ft lbs
  7. Clamping screws, fork stubs Front axle pinch bolts 10Nm 7ft lbs
  8. Collar nut, rear wheel spindle Rear axle nut 80Nm 59ft lbs
  9. Hex nut swingarm bolt Swingarm nut 100Nm 74ft lbs
  10. Hex collar screw handlebar clamp Upper handlebar clamps 20Nm 15ft lbs
  11. Allen head screw handlebar support Lower handlebar clamps Loctite 243 4 30ft lbs
  12. Shock absorber top Shock absorber top bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  13. Shock absorber bottom Shock absorber botton bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  14. Sprocket screws Rear sprocket bolts Loctite 243 3 25ft lbs
  15. Ball joint for push rod Rear brake pedal pivot Loctite 243 1 7ft lbs
  16. Engine mounting bolts Engine mounting bolts 45Nm 33ft lbs
  17. Engine brace Engine brace 33Nm 24ft lbs
  18. Screw adjusting ring spring preload Shock preload collar bolt 8Nm 6ft lbs
  19. Spoke nipple Spokes 5Nm 4ft lbs
  20. Other Screws on chassis M6 10Nm 7ft lbs
  21. M8 25Nm 19ft lbs
  22. M10 45Nm 33ft lbs
  23. Other collar nutes on chassis M6 15Nm 11ft lbs
  24. M8 30Nm 22ft lbs
  25. M10 50Nm 37ft lbs
  26. Front Sprocket 44ft lbs

TF

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Thanks for contacting FixYa. I was reviewing some of the older un-answered questions trying to ensure your issue has been resolved.

KTM Torque settings


  1. Collar screw, front wheel spindle Front axle nut 40Nm 30ft lbs
  2. Brake Caliper front Brake Caliper front Loctite 243 2 19ft lbs
  3. Brake Disk, front Brake disk front Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  4. Brake Disk, rear Brake disk rear Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  5. Clamping screws, upper fork bridge Top triple clamp 20Nm 15ft lbs
  6. Clamping screws, lower fork bridge Bottom triple clamp 15Nm 11ft lbs
  7. Clamping screws, fork stubs Front axle pinch bolts 10Nm 7ft lbs
  8. Collar nut, rear wheel spindle Rear axle nut 80Nm 59ft lbs
  9. Hex nut swingarm bolt Swingarm nut 100Nm 74ft lbs
  10. Hex collar screw handlebar clamp Upper handlebar clamps 20Nm 15ft lbs
  11. Allen head screw handlebar support Lower handlebar clamps Loctite 243 4 30ft lbs
  12. Shock absorber top Shock absorber top bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  13. Shock absorber bottom Shock absorber botton bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  14. Sprocket screws Rear sprocket bolts Loctite 243 3 25ft lbs
  15. Ball joint for push rod Rear brake pedal pivot Loctite 243 1 7ft lbs
  16. Engine mounting bolts Engine mounting bolts 45Nm 33ft lbs
  17. Engine brace Engine brace 33Nm 24ft lbs
  18. Screw adjusting ring spring preload Shock preload collar bolt 8Nm 6ft lbs
  19. Spoke nipple Spokes 5Nm 4ft lbs
  20. Other Screws on chassis M6 10Nm 7ft lbs
  21. M8 25Nm 19ft lbs
  22. M10 45Nm 33ft lbs
  23. Other collar nutes on chassis M6 15Nm 11ft lbs
  24. M8 30Nm 22ft lbs
  25. M10 50Nm 37ft lbs
  26. Front Sprocket 44ft lbs

TF

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Thanks for contacting FixYa. I was reviewing some of the older un-answered questions trying to ensure your issue has been resolved.

KTM Torque settings


  1. Collar screw, front wheel spindle Front axle nut 40Nm 30ft lbs
  2. Brake Caliper front Brake Caliper front Loctite 243 2 19ft lbs
  3. Brake Disk, front Brake disk front Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  4. Brake Disk, rear Brake disk rear Loctite 243 1 11ft lbs
  5. Clamping screws, upper fork bridge Top triple clamp 20Nm 15ft lbs
  6. Clamping screws, lower fork bridge Bottom triple clamp 15Nm 11ft lbs
  7. Clamping screws, fork stubs Front axle pinch bolts 10Nm 7ft lbs
  8. Collar nut, rear wheel spindle Rear axle nut 80Nm 59ft lbs
  9. Hex nut swingarm bolt Swingarm nut 100Nm 74ft lbs
  10. Hex collar screw handlebar clamp Upper handlebar clamps 20Nm 15ft lbs
  11. Allen head screw handlebar support Lower handlebar clamps Loctite 243 4 30ft lbs
  12. Shock absorber top Shock absorber top bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  13. Shock absorber bottom Shock absorber botton bolt 60Nm 44ft lbs
  14. Sprocket screws Rear sprocket bolts Loctite 243 3 25ft lbs
  15. Ball joint for push rod Rear brake pedal pivot Loctite 243 1 7ft lbs
  16. Engine mounting bolts Engine mounting bolts 45Nm 33ft lbs
  17. Engine brace Engine brace 33Nm 24ft lbs
  18. Screw adjusting ring spring preload Shock preload collar bolt 8Nm 6ft lbs
  19. Spoke nipple Spokes 5Nm 4ft lbs
  20. Other Screws on chassis M6 10Nm 7ft lbs
  21. M8 25Nm 19ft lbs
  22. M10 45Nm 33ft lbs
  23. Other collar nutes on chassis M6 15Nm 11ft lbs
  24. M8 30Nm 22ft lbs
  25. M10 50Nm 37ft lbs
  26. Front Sprocket 44ft lbs

\TF

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