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Hyper 48 problems

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mojoicus    0

Anyone

Or an official response

Please

If this is how its supposed to work why do i get a fan error on bootup????

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Ron    1

I need to check this tomorow...but if Im not wrong you can connect the PWM wire (Dont know the color out of my bare head) and the yellow wire together.

That way you will have the full 3000 RPM.....But you need to wait for 12 hours before I can confirm this...unless someone want to test it?

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mojoicus    0

Thx ron ill wait np but please be clear in your description on how to do it

Thx

Steve

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Ron    1

This is what I have tested.

When I connect the PWM with the + the fan will spin harder.

I did not put on the color info for the H48 because this also works for the Vortex TX and Hyper6+.

:idea: I used a paperclip to make a bridge between them.

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Lyco    0

can you put the image again?

I have the hyper48 and the fan only run at 1500 rpm.

:?

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Craig Tate    6
This is what I have tested.

When I connect the PWM with the + the fan will spin harder.

I did not put on the color info for the H48 because this also works for the Vortex TX and Hyper6+.

:idea: I used a paperclip to make a bridge between them.

That is a creative frikken solution! Sweet! Gonna give that a shot b4 I try replacing that fan. The removed centers and the overall fit of the fan to the CPU Heatsink... I just dont wanna mess with what works!

Yeah, my fan running @ 1400, my FX-53 was hitting 55c in the BIOS setup screens.... I think that HSF unit can perform a bit better!

;)

Effectively, you are pushing 5v up the PWM line, which signals the fan to spin faster, correct?

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phile    0
completely lost sry :)

just not sure what to do

Ok, I just did this, this evening, and it works like a charm.

Here's what you do:

1- Find a small length of insulated wire and strip off a quarter-inch of the insulation from each end

2- On the Hyper48's 4-pin mobo connector, insert one end of your wire segment into the hole alongside the BLUE wire, and the other end of the wire segment alongside the YELLOW wire. (Just stuff the exposed portion of each end of your wire segment right into small holes.)

3- Secure the wire segment to the rest of the wires with a twist-tie

4- Re-connect the 4-pin connector to the mobo and boot

The fan should now be operating at full speed - roughly 3000 rpm.

-phil

P.S. This HSF absolutely destroys the Zalman CU7000 that it replaced. Shaved 6 degrees C off my idle.

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