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Connecting the SF2 to the board - excellent or dangerous?


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At high speed it can burn the port on the board.

It is best to connect the power (both + and -) to the supply and only leave the yellow wire of the sensor on the board to monitor the RPM.

It seems to me that the fan even came with the splitters to do this.

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At high speed it can burn the port on the board.

It is best to connect the power (both + and -) to the supply and only leave the yellow wire of the sensor on the board to monitor the RPM.

It seems to me that the fan even came with the splitters to do this.

He does come with the splitters.

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