Hooo boy. Here comes the fun part of our How to Build a PC guide. And by fun, I mean, excruciatingly awful and needlessly fiddly. It's time to connect up your system panel connector and all your case cables to all the teeny tiny metal prongs dotted around your motherboard. Step 1: All right, let's get the worst bit out of the way first.
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One of the ways to reduce the temperature of motherboards and computer components is to install additional fans. With their help, it is possible to increase the movement of air and, as a result, improve cooling. In this manual, we will tell you how to Connect Extra Fans To Motherboard and install the fans coolers in the computer case. If you are thinking about installing additional fans in the computer case, then first you need to decide on the places where you will install them. To choose the right places, you need to understand how the air flows inside the computer. The fact is that the heated air itself rises to the top of the case under the influence of convection.
How to connect your system panel connector and case cables
There needs to be rhyme or reason to the setup or else it becomes something wholly inefficient. We break down the fundamentals of air cooling your computer so you can avoid a Chernobyl-like meltdown. Every fan features a cubic feet per minute CFM rating, which measures of the volume of air it moves in a minute. The greater the CFM, the more air a fan moves. To properly air cool your computer, you need have enough case fans to push or pull air into and out of the case.
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