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Thermaltake V1?

Anybody familiar with a thermaltke V1?

Thermaltake V1 P/N:CL-P0401

I can't register at their forums. Some debug error. Won't let me register.

It is great good reviews and all. The only thing is the fan connector is 3 pin. My motherboard is 4 pin for CPU? Should I connect it anyway to the 3 and leave the 4th alone? Or should I take it back?


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btw, where is the edit button?

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You need four pin

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The fourth is to monitor the temperature of the CPU. No wire, no monitoring.

To compare CPU coolers see this site (it's not mine):


I like Scythe. I like Noctua fans. See there specifications. Get the quietest fan possible for a CPU cooler. They make the most noise.

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