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Old 29-09-14, 12:58 PM
Sorokinn Sorokinn is offline
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New PSU - Back and side fan stopped working

Okay, so I wasn't exactly sure where to post this so thought I better start here since the PSU I bought is a Corsair CX600M. Basically, when installing this, everything went fine (as far as I know) but when testing the system, there's no power going to the back and side fans. The case is a Cooler Master HAF932 Advanced. I'm pretty new to building/rebuilding systems, having only done a full system once before, so I'm not really sure what things to look out for. Any response is appreciated and just ask if you bed any more information.


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Old 29-09-14, 01:03 PM
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Nothing to do with the PSU matey - check all your connections etc.
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Old 29-09-14, 01:12 PM
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Connections are fine, I'll take another look in a bit but not sure what else to check haha; thanks for the reply though, Tom!
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Old 29-09-14, 08:17 PM
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To check, connect the fans to a known working 12v source. Use your multimeter to make sure the power is there.
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Old 29-09-14, 11:05 PM
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Try them in a motherboard header would be the easiest way of testing them mate. If they are connected via Molex just check that all the pins are fully pushed in, I had a few problems with the 7v reducer cables that came with my fans last week, it was almost like they didn't want to go in, but when they did, there was always one that wouldn't be, so from behind with a small pair of pliers I just pushed it in from behind.
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