Hello,\n\nI have bought almost all components of Skybuck's Dream PC (2006). The only\nthing which is missing is the case and some case fans. (The only other thing\nI did not order is the diskdrive 7-in-1 card reader. It was not available\nand I probably don't really need it, since floppy disks are not produced\nanymore and little usefull... everything can be done with boot cd's, I also\nchanged the cd/dvd rom drive to a newer BenQ 1655 model with lightscribe\ntechnology)\n\nI really want to be able to connect some extra case fans to blow cool air\nover my two hitachi harddisks of 500 GB each. A reviewer recommend doing\nthis so I think it's wise to follow that recommendation.\n\nThe case will be a Chieftec case. However, only the german supplier is able\nto deliver the Smart Series and he seems incapable of deliviring it lol. So\nI might have to switch to a Bravo Series case which seems to have the same\ninternals... so only the front of the case is different.\n\nBoth chieftec cases seems to be able to mount 5 additional fans. One 120\nmillimeter fan and four 92 millimeter fans.\n\nHere is a link to the alternative chieftec case which has the same\ninternals:\n\n[URL]http://www.chieftec.com/products/500A/BH01.htm[/URL]\n\n(It says 90 mm fans... but they probably mean 92mm fans).\n\nThe german chieftec website recommends using 92 mm fans with 3 pin\nconnectors which are to be connected to the motherboard (?). Link to\nAF-0925S fan which mentions in german "1x 3-pin Motherboardanschluss inkl.\nTachosignal / 1x Molex" (???)\n\n[URL]http://www.chieftec.de/?page=products_continue&item=21&k_id=4&language=de[/URL]\n\nSo I checked the manual of the asus A8N32-SLI deluxe motherboard but it does\nnot mention anything about extra case fans ? It only mentions an optional\nfan to be used for a water cooling solution.\n\nI can think of two possibilities:\n\n1. Connect the fans to the motherboard.\n2. Connect the fans to the power supply.\n\nSo my big question is:\n\nHow to connect the fans ???\n\nBye,\nSkybuck.