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Old 28th March 2010, 15:26   #1
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Default Xclio A380Color Plus Case Review

We are looking at the Xclio A380Color Plus, a case with audacious styling and unique aesthetics. Toss in some neat LED lighting effects and huge fans, and you've got something very interesting as a result. Sure, we're suckers for good looks, who isn't? But at the end of the day, we believe Performance is King, and that's often where things are made or broken in product design and implementation.

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I just built my first computer in the Xclio case and am scratching my head over the fan in the top of the case and the large one on the removeable side panel.
Currently, the fan on the front of the case that sits below the removeable drive bays is working fine. The one on the top of case and side panel are not working, but the blue lights are on.
The manual gives barely any info on fan connections so I'm at your mercy here. Coming from the fans are a large 4 pin power connector like the ones that fit eide drives etc. This large connector only has two small wires attached to it. The other cable coming from the fans are a small 3 pin connector.
As of now, I only have the larger of the two connectors connected to the power supply and as I said, the blue lights come on for the fans, but the fans don't spin.
Are both of those cables supposed to be connected or is it one or the other? The small, 3 pin connector coming from the top fan has a cable that's only about 2 inches long and not even close to being long enough to reach the mobo.
Can someone fill me in on what my proper connections should be to get these fans working?
If it helps, the mobo is the Asus P5WDG2 WS Professional.
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