I modded an exhaust fan in the top of my CoolerMaster WaveMaster Tower where some USB and firewire ports were. However, the exhaust fan cord was too short to connect to basic mobo fan connector, so I switched my Athlon 3800 fan up to the mobo fan connector and the exhaust fan to the CPU fan connector. Is this ok? Does CPU fan connector produce more RPMs or do fan RPMs simply correspond to individual fan specs? I have Cool-N-Quiet but disabled it and am just running the CPU and NB fans at full speed. Temps without gaming are 36C CPU and 23C SYS. Looks good to me hoping to be better b/c I'm installing a ATI 9800 XT 256MB video card later this week (to replace a ridiculously horrible nVidia FX 5700 256MB). I understand the Radeon 9800 XT runs rather warm. Well, should I keep this connection or should I modify my mod so exhaust fan is connected to mobo fan connector and the CPU fan to the CPU fan connector? Thanks in advance for any advice and recommendations.