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No S-ata on my motherboard what do i do?

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Hey i just bought a new be quiet! Dark base pro 900 rev 2. After finishing installing everything I boot it up and find out that everything but the fans (except cpu fans) and RGB strips work. After some googling I find out that I need to connect an S-ata cable but my Asus rog strix Z390-F does not have one, I've looked and looked but couldn't find one in the manual or on the asus page. What can I do? Is the simplest just to get an adapter or what should I do?

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5 minutes ago, GamerForFun said:

Hey i just bought a new be quiet! Dark base pro 900 rev 2. After finishing installing everything I boot it up and find out that everything but the fans (except cpu fans) and RGB strips work. After some googling I find out that I need to connect an S-ata cable but my Asus rog strix Z390-F does not have one, I've looked and looked but couldn't find one in the manual or on the asus page. What can I do? Is the simplest just to get an adapter or what should I do?

The fans need a SATA-power-cable, ie. you connect them to your PSU.


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5 minutes ago, GamerForFun said:

Hey i just bought a new be quiet! Dark base pro 900 rev 2. After finishing installing everything I boot it up and find out that everything but the fans (except cpu fans) and RGB strips work. After some googling I find out that I need to connect an S-ata cable but my Asus rog strix Z390-F does not have one, I've looked and looked but couldn't find one in the manual or on the asus page. What can I do? Is the simplest just to get an adapter or what should I do?

So you're trying to power the case fans and can't? 

Do you have them plugged into the motherboard or power supply? 

 

Sata as two connectors, Sata data (for hard drives, optical drives, SSDs and similar) and sata power, which can be used to power fan controllers. I'm assuming you mean a Sata power connector, and those will be on your power supply. 

 

Are the fans connected to a fan controller? If so, you need to power that controller. 


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