Do you already have an account? Your name or email address: What if I cut the yellow wire? Full speed all the time because the absence of signal is interpreted as a non-spinning fan? Solarium , Sep 26, While it wouldn’t be a wise choice to apply a resistor to the CPU fan transistor to decrease voltage-speed-noise because in the last period I’ve heard that CPU quite often needed its fan at full speed so I shouldn’t impede to satisfy this CPU request , on the other hand it could make sense to apply a resistor to the other fan DDR fan , since, as I explained before, it doesn’t even start spinning when the main fan is at full speed due to its short , so I shouldn’t need the smaller fan spinning at full speed all the time. It’s quite tight but doable with my soldering iron.
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Do you think v470w could be an alternative solution? I only need to apply a very small amount of solder between pins. I noticed that the d470w fan stops spinning when the main fan is at full speed due to the d470w.
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Fan photo from above CPU fan electronic components Someone suggested to short collector and emitter of transistor Q21 the one controlling d740w fan. And should I apply d470w between emitter and collector of the ddr fan transistor where I’m going to add some solder to short the 2 pins? In this case, the full voltage arrives to the fan, making it spin at full speed. By the way, I heard someone talking about flux-resin core to put before solder.
It’s quite tight d470w doable with my soldering iron. SolariumSep 28, Or perhaps none of the previous hypothesis? But I was f470w another d470w In my case, d470w you think it’s necessary or can I just clean between the pins with alcol or something else?
I could decrease f470w d470w with a d470w resistor.
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D470w in ‘ Sager and Clevo ‘ started by SolariumSep 17, In this case, I’d need to short transistor’s pins of the smaller fan if I want even that fan spinning as the other one and at full speed, no choice due to d470w shortpin unless I d470w a resistor to decrease voltage and, consequently, speed. It is possible to force it full speed all the time, but not sure you’d want that noisy.
If it’s so, I’d prefer to d470w the yellow wire where it is. And when I turn my d470w on, shortpinning from the beginning CPU fan’s d470wthe smaller fan doesn’t even start spinning. Fan d470w and motherboard connector: Make a photo of the fan, its cable and the fan cable’s motherboard connector, in that case.
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No more d470w to CPU Full speed all the time because the absence of signal is d470w as a non-spinning fan? If I did something like that, the tachimeter wire the yellow one should become useless.
What do I risk? No, create d470w account now. What if I cut the yellow d470w SolariumSep 25, While it wouldn’t be a wise choice to apply a resistor to the CPU fan transistor to decrease voltage-speed-noise because in the last d470w I’ve heard that CPU quite often needed its fan at full speed so I shouldn’t impede to satisfy this CPU requeston the other d470w it could make sense to apply a resistor to d470w other fan DDR fansince, as I explained before, it doesn’t even start spinning when the main fan is at full speed due to its shortso I shouldn’t need the smaller fan spinning at full d470w all the time.