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HP 6005 Pro Mini Tower - add side chassis fan

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Old August 13th 16, 03:29 AM
navyfalcon navyfalcon is offline
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Default HP 6005 Pro Mini Tower - add side chassis fan

I recently obtained the below computer and I want to add a side chassis fan
through a 4 control fan speed controller (listed on ebay). The Power Supply has unusual connectors. Any suggestions on connector adapters for 4 pin molex to the power supply connectors. Then the speed controller would connect to the fan.
Thank You

HP 6005 PRO MT PHENOM II x4 QC B97 3.20GHz 4GB 500GB Desktop Win 7 PRO

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