Hello all, I have a mid 2010 Mac Mini that had a hard drive failure. In the process of replacing the drive, I broke the HDD thermal sensor connector off of the logic board. Now, the Mini's fan runs at full throttle all of the time. I tried soldier the connector back onto the board but was unsuccessful. I am wondering, if I get a data doubling kit from OWC and replace the optical drive with a new HDD/SSD and remove the old hard drive completely, would this keep the fan from running at full speed? I don't need the optical drive or two HDD's, I just want the machine to run as noise free as possible. Thanks for any input.