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Dr3w

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i JUST got mine through the door and fired her up with the rehostat twiddley knob that comes with it- however it doesnt seem to work.

i have the the spped control attached to the two short yellow wires (as shown on reverse of box) is this correct?

if so - why have i still got a hoover inside my case!!

thankyou:D
 
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Dr3w

Dr3w

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rofl- yes

im not that silly- i twisted it all the way one direction while watching speed in bios- then all the way the other- an dno change at all :(

any other ideas?
 
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Dr3w

Dr3w

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shut it smart ***!! ( i WOULD have worked it out eventually)

thank you stuart :D

also u should check ur PM's and ur thread about the amazing traveling arctic alumina ;)
 

SlowBurn

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nightowl said:
i think your problem is that you have not removed the little blue jumper. Try that and see what happens ;)

I have to admit I'm guilty of this too. I couldn't for the life of me figure out why no matter what I turned the fans never slowed down.... then I looked at the SFII's box... *GRUMBLE*
 

krm197

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I've fallen for this as well. Figured it out after a couple minutes though. (At the moment I don't have the knob on, as it's quiet enough for me :D )