Hey all. The other day I thought I could smell burning plastic. So I shut down the comp and had a look. The two wires shown below have melted their covering plastic. They go to a front case fan (zalman zm f1 at full speed). Melted Plastic The wires come from this connector which comes from an Antec True480(PGB) PSU. These two wires then finish off at a 3 pin male fan connector. This then goes into the 3 pin female fan connector from my zalman zm f1. Connector Could anyone please tell me why the plastic has melted. Obviosuly the wire itself is too hot which is melting the plastic, but why is that wire getting too hot? I have only been able to smell burning plastic once. The wires now don't seem hot at all, and the computer and front case fan works fine. But it is bothering me, something must have gone wrong? In case you need em my specs are amd athlon xp 2700+ (2.16ghz) 1gb ddr 333 pc2700 ram msi 6777 mobo socket A msi 6800gt agp gpu 120gb seagate hdd dvd rw dvd rom antec true480 (pgb - uk version) Cheers.