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AK-CBFA04-15 4pin PWM 2 into 1 power Splitter cable
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AK-CBFA04-15 4pin PWM 2 into 1 power Splitter cable

AK-CBFA04-15 - Akasa PWM fan splitter Supports 2 PWM fans from a single motherboard PWM header

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Product Overview
Smart connection of two fans from single motherboard PWM header, enables quiet operation of performance systems, length: 15cm

• Supports 2 PWM fans from a single motherboard PWM header
• Black braided cable
2 PWM fans from single PWM header

Designed for
4pin PWM fans

Cable length
15 cm

Fan connector
2 x 4pin PWM (one with RPM feedback for motherboard)

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0.15 m
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12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
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Customer Reviews
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by really good value I was skeptical at first that y splitters would work OK on my gigabyte mobo system fan header as I have heard horror stories about fan headers burning out. In reality this is absolutely fine, I have had no problems running 2 pwm fans. Even gigabyte said as long as it does not exceed 1 amp combined usage it's fine. Great splitter, don't worry just get one 26 February 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just what I wanted so easy to hook up 2 fans fans together as long as you dont want to controi the speeds individually. 06 February 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Connected both my case fans with no issues. I bought this to connect both my case fans into one header (as the rest were occupied). This did the trick, and has been working for several weeks without issue! 19 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does the job Perfect to add on extra fans. Looks good. Can't fault it to be honest. 21 June 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does the job. Bought to allow both fans from my H100i run from one header. Seems to work nicely. 10/10. 29 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by does what it says As above really, effectively controls two fans from one header, nice and tidy and nicer to look at than standard wiring, not much more to say! 22 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Quality Splitter This splitter does exactly what it says on the tin, not only that but it will match all the braided sexy cables you have as well. 13 April 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by It's a cable! I don't know what to say about this, it does what it should, not sure why this review wasn't accepted before, what can you say about a cable? any way works great. 17 February 2014
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I'm going to purchase the case (in the title) soon which comes with two front 140mm and one back 140mm but i'm confused about how to install them and then an extra fan below and two fans above.

Where do i plug them all in?

I am going to put my existing 3 speed fans in the front of the case which are powered by Molex then move the two new case 140mm one up to the top while installing a new 120mm at the bottom of the case.

This is my motherboard:

It has a 3 pin fan header next to the CPU fan header which has the back case fan plugged in then i have two CHA-FAN2's headers and one CHA-FAN1 header on the board which are all 4 pin headers.

I was originally going to get this:

So to plug the top fans together into one of the CHA-FAN 2 headers then plug the single 120mm fan at the bottom of the case into the CHA-FAN 1 at the bottom of the board as its closes to the fan.

But after researching that if your not careful with which pins and voltages you use you can blow your fan header and even the board.

Could someone please help me out here, thanks.
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