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RAID Fans Ok ?

Posted on 2006-06-12
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Ok, the person that handled the hardware is no longer at my company so now I'm having to take over until we get a replacement.  The RAID has two CPU fans that are running but the 4 or 5 80mm fans behind the drives are not running.  They are connected to a board so I'm assuming that the system will turn them on if they are needed, correct?  Or should they be running like the CPU fans?

Thanks!
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Probably... but it would help to know what motherboard or computer you have to know if it's normal or not.
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by:Quetysis
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I'll check into that for you when I get into the office tomorrow.  Thx....  Be in touch soon.
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Each board has different funtionalities, you should see the board's model number / model name / brand, then check against the manual, and you can post those information here as well.
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