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Old 09-05-2005, 06:34 PM   #4
Greg King
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You will not be able to power your fans from this unit. There are wires coming from the back. You are provided with a wire that Y's that plugs into the motherboard and then the fan and the thermal unit plug into the other ends of the Y. This makes for a wireing nightmare but the wires are long enough that you can easily route them out of sight. All in all, I am enjoying the thermal controller so if you decide to get one, feel free to post back should you need any help. Even if you dont need help, send us a pic when it's hooked up, I would like to see how you managed your cables. Best of luck, you wont regret this purchase.
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