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cpu fan replacement


civicr
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I have just replaced the standard fan on my cpu for a bigger one and now on start up I get a cpu fan error press f1 to resume , why when it is running ok. The only thing I have noticed is that the power plug on the new one is a 3 pin as the old one was a 4 pin . Are there different power pins on the mainboard to plug into.

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baldydave

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Hi, this may help,you may have to enter the bios

http://www.overclock.net/t/1110695/cpu-fan-3-pin-plugged-into-4-pin

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civicr

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All sorted, thanks for the posts. civicr

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