I was thinking that I could just short the 2pin connector with a wire and wrap that in electrical tape and then hook up the 2-pin molex to the power supply but I don't want to destroy anything by doing this. The only thing I found no mention of in the installation papers was which fan or pump to hook up to the cpu cooler fan plug. CaseKing is one of the few companies out there, which will not just sell anything. This fan cools down the hard drive cage or the video card, if you remove the cage more on this later. So am I expecting this rig to change pump speed with loads when it doesn't do so automatically and likewise on the fans am I expecting them to automatically ramp down with pump speed when they don't? Thank you Johnny and zendax for your replies. The rear fan is powered of the motherboard and just tied up for cleanliness. If you did, how did you stress-test it? Hi guys no this is not the eisenburg it is the Glacer 240L and has a different hook up scheme and mounting hardware.
Your computer should be able to handle that kind of ambient temperature without crashing. The top fan wire was easily slid into the cut out for the fan so it gets out of the way cleanly. I took a look at the Coolermaster Storm Force 230mm fans. Each door is secured using a pair of thumb screws, which can be easily removed allowing the user to pop the door off. You can also check page 3 from for more appropriate understanding. I could easily get the 24-pin around the back but since my 8-pin was too short I chose to strap it to the tray using the supplied tie down spots.
The case supports one additional fan on its front panel, or you can replace the 120 mm fan with a 200 mm fan. Oh and btw the upper 200mm fan 4pin to molex connector burnt when i first connect it to my psu 4pin molex. Lots of things can impact your cooling, so an increase in ambient temperature to 74 degrees F is probably not the big problem. Only for pre-production a splitter was added. Isn't freedom of choice great? I got a scythe slipstream slim fan for that last spot. I have to disable the Asus app to run it at full power and it will hold the cpu temps below 72C.
Of course I'd give up fan control via the Asus utilities. I thought you have purchased the Eisberg. The fans have 3-pin connectors as well as 4-pin molex adapters. The installation requires minor removal of the front bezel, top bezel and moving some cables for an easy 15 minute installation. You can connect either one but not both. The fans always turn over at 2400rpm and do not vary in speed either.
If it does default to off, short-circuiting it may or may not work. Thanx---Bitbob bitbob if you're referring to Eisberg 240L Prestige than you might have to use the low-voltage splitter cable as shown and for the better results you can check this. Although we do like the new design, it doesn't show off the hardware inside quite as well, and the small tinted window that was installed into the 932 is not present in this smaller mid tower version either. It has a separate 5v cable to hookup and a pump control cable that is separate---that is the cable that I don't know what to do with. Alternately, let the MoBo control the intake fans and leave the exhaust on the molex connectors. Sorry, I was in between classes and only had time to skim the post at the time, and apparently I did a bad job.
The 3-pin motherboard fan connector is just to power the fan, with no controll over the fan. It is actually much easier to install than the eisenburg video you directed me too. To conclude: use the 5V cable to reduce the pump voltage. Fans are designed to have their speed changed frequently, but a pump should be somewhat stable in its speed. I won't hook up any of them to your motherboard. Hope this isn't to many questions.
Should the user wish to replace this single fan setup, they can do so with a pair of 120mm fans. Since your temperature is high, I would recommend re-seating your cooler to make sure you have good contact. The system power and hard drive activity lights are also located in this module, as you can see in the images above. Their assortment has grown substantially in recent years, while great service and support is still a very important part of the shop philosophy. This case has four external 5. The fans have a standard molex connector which can be connected to the power supply.
I'd gang the two intakes front and side on one header and the others on their own. The website may be in German, but due to great demand, an English version is in the works. System Name Old Skool Processor E6750 3. The adapters are readily available for a couple of dollars from online vendors. It shouldn't hurt anything either way. . They only offer hardware that performs well and is of high quality.
Its an 860intel overclocked to 4. I hooked up the pump to that plug but I am getting a lot of fan noise and seemingly no variation in fan speed from idle to fully loaded. Fans also can operate at lower voltages than pumps, typically, even if they're both rated for the same operating voltage. Have you stress-tested your system after overclocking to make sure it is stable? The Fan itself is meant only for the storm sniper. A fan might spin at 3V, but a pump might not. Asus boards is typically 2 amps per header.