EVGA X299 Dark Missing Voltages?

Sergred

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Now connected sys1 and sys2.
Sys1 fan - 321 value.

Then I switched syst1 to the cha-fan.

I have a io-fan in the BIOS, but I can not find it on the board.
 

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Martin

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I found the IO fan on the picture:
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Can you try to connected that too?
 

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Sergred

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Martin said:
I found the IO fan on the picture:


Can you try to connected that too?

Two eyes are good, but four is better. :blush:
It will not work - it is under the hood. And to open it you need to disassemble the entire system. So, as I have already done 2 times, then there is no strength yet. Moreover, an extra disassembly is fraught with damage.
But in the future, if you have to disassemble again, then surely some fan will connect to this connector.
Thank you again for your prompt response and generally for a good program.
 

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Martin, you seem to have mentioned that you can run your program and e-leet run it together? Do not tell me how?
 

Martin

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Not sure if I understand what's the problem. Is it not possible to run both at once, do they collide together?
 
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