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Can ASUS ROG Strix 2070S run without its fans attached?

Go to solution Solved by Moonzy,

probably would?

i cant imagine why it wouldnt because watercooling is a thing, and they dont use those headers afaik

Basically, I have a bracket of 3 Noctua 92mm fans set up so that they can be used in case one of my GPU's fans dies and I don't have a replacement immediately on hand. My Asus ROG 2070 Super has two 4-pin headers for syncing case fans with its own, which I would run the noctua fans off. The only question I have is this: will the card even run without its own fans connected, even if I have extra ones connected via its additional headers that do the same (or better) job?

 

 

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probably would?

i cant imagine why it wouldnt because watercooling is a thing, and they dont use those headers afaik

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1 minute ago, Moonzy said:

probably would?

i cant imagine why it wouldnt because watercooling is a thing, and they dont use those headers afaik

oh fair enough, somehow I forgot about watercooling lmao

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