Fan with temp control Tags: Heatsinks How To Fan Enermax Overclocking Last response: April 28, 2006 6:39 AM in Overclocking Share mclarenr April 27, 2006 6:33:34 AM I have an Enermax 80mm fan with temp control. It stops working right ow. I think it's because of the sensor. My question is how to make my fan run at maximum rpm without the sensor. More about : fan temp control vulefu April 27, 2006 12:08:13 PM Take one new 80mm fan. Find black and yellow wire(Try those where are molex connector). You begin on the pcb. Just connect your new fan with one of hot instruments at the start where is connected cable that goes out of psu and on him are molex connectors. Black and yellow(there are two black just take one you want) It will then spin at maximum RPM with no termal sensor in the game. mclarenr April 28, 2006 6:35:01 AM You misundertood me, I don't want to buy new fan. I want to make my temp control fan into an ordinary fan. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer vulefu April 28, 2006 6:39:07 AM Leave the ol one then. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCPU temp and fan control utilities contain viruses?? ForumASRock 970 extreme 3 [ Fan control/temp monitoring] ForumControl Case Fan with GPU temp ForumControl Fan by Temp . or Full On? ForumNeed fan/temp control help! Cooling crisis! ForumFan control / Temp panel ForumControl case fans based on GPU temp using Speedfan ForumQuestion About Temp and Fan Controls ForumFan control issues with case/mobo ForumLower the temperature threshold for auto fan control ForumFan speed control on mobo Forumhow to calibrate speedfan temps and control fan speeds ForumFan setting to keep CPU temp low ForumFixed Voltage ForumReading temps with SpeedFan ForumWill CNPS9500 LED work with conroe or AM2 platform? ForumFan choices ForumHelp with BIOS settings and general set-up ForumMotherboards with PCI Express 4x are SLI capable ForumCPU heat problem with new HSF and Artic Silver 5 More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !