Have you taken the time to read any manuals?
If not it is very important that you do so and especially before hooking up the PSU.
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Typically motherboards have a header for the CPU and maybe one other (System) fan. That mean you must power the fan directly from the PSU. The motherboard may have a PSU Fan header. If the PSU has a corresponding connector for the PSU fan, you can connect that but understand that is for fan speed monitoring only - it does not control the fan speed.
Still can't find where the other fan plugs go, though. No place on the motherboard for them
Edited by C0pyRyte, 12 January 2012 - 04:22 AM.
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