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Dell T3600 CPU fan upgrade Anonymous 22/04/22(Fri)21:48 No. 22860 ID: 7f7d3d

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So I've bought a Noctua NF-A8 PWM to replace the fan. But it has a 4-pin connector.

Anonymous 22/04/22(Fri)21:50 No. 22861 ID: 7f7d3d

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So I bought a 5pin female to 4pin male converter. And it was marketed as Dell-compatible. But the computer says that no CPU fan is connected. It only moves during these surges during startups. I can only make it run by using an external power source (that makes me lose one SATA power connector.)

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