can someone please explain why 12V + 5V = 7V that section kinda baffled me in physics... Thanks
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Its all about potential difference, the "voltage" of a resistor (in this case the fan) ( no pun intended ), is really the difference of the voltages on each side (basically). So 12 and 5 yields 7, 5 and 0 (ground?) yields 5, etc. Hope that helps.
Yeah... bout' the only thing you wouldn't want to overclock, would be your clock...
Unless you just want to be early all the time..