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Case Fans Question

javabiker

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I cannot figure out how to connect the 3 case fans that came with my Cooler Master Scout case. They are all pre-wired and the wires seem to route to the case header. I expected to connect these wires to the main board, but where are the connectors?
Any help appreciated.
 
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#2
what kind of motherboard is it?
 
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Judging from the stock photos it looks like they are MOLEX:

 
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if its molex its would easy but if it 3pins it must plug in to the board
 

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#5
you can simply attach the molex to the power supply female molexes.

if they are three pin, get 3 pin to molex converter.
or get a 3pin female and 3, 3pin males. connect the males to the female following the 3 pin layout,

connect all wires except the RPM wire.
connect the rpm wire for only one fan, or else the rpm will be mixed up LOL.