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Description State Warning RPM
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FAN 0 LEFT Enabled 2160
FAN 1 CENTER Enabled 2160
FAN 2 RIGHT Enabled 2160
FAN 3 PS Enabled 2160
FAN 4 PS' Enabled 2160
Thanks for the link, Jared.Adrenaline wrote:I replaced my fans in my O300s with these: (link)
Nothing wrong with this, or with recycling the original connectors, but they may be available as Molex p/n 14-56-2034 (thanks to pierocks, and ignore the incorrect diagram on this Molex page).Adrenaline wrote:Because the power connector for these fans does not match the proprietary O300 power connector on the motherboard, I simply wired them to the 4 pin molex power connector that is used to power the U160 drives. I disabled env because of this, but I setup a script to run env via the l1cmd to ensure everything is still within spec.
That's the second biggest incentive, after the failed fan...Adrenaline wrote:After doing the swap, I can barely hear my O300s being on.
Oh they've definitely been spliced in before, yes! I'm just tempted by the platonic ideal of a fresh new connector -- but believe me, I'll bodge things up if I can't get hold of the needed parts (or can't stomach the price)...competentcompton wrote:So they could be spliced in are the colours/signals the same for the existing one, I can check but I have to wait to open my unit up.
Hope I'm not misreading, but -- yes, the SGI pinout is known to be "unique." I thought that was covered pretty clearly in the old posts you mentioned...competentcompton wrote:I looked at that and it seems to have the wires seriously crosed over.
recondas wrote:You have experience with SGI hardware and wonder why it's non-standard?
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