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hp proDesk 600 g1 sff what is the 4 pin P11CFAN2 connector for?

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Hi,

I've tried to add case fan for this MB and the only connector that mentions FAN besides the CPU fan is (P11CFAN2) which is 4 pin but not a normal fan connector as the plastic bracket is not fit for normal case fans.

I bought a fan splitter connect and connected to this connection with a case fan but no luck no power to the fan.

 

Any Ideas?hp pro 600 g1 sff mb_LI (2).jpg

 

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@tazman2018 , welcome to the forum.

 

I can't find any information on the connector.  However, I believe that it may be Case Fan 2.  It is a 4-pin connector.  The P11 is simply a designator.  Although, I couldn't see where the case fan connects on the motherboard.



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