Commander FP PWM 10 Port Fan Splitter Hub from Thermaltake FP
The new Thermaltake’s PWM fan hub Commander FP is capable of powering up to 10 independent PWM fans which allows users to saturate the case with fans while maintaining superb cable management. Sporting a blue LED indicator light, the Commander FP ensures the inside of your case looks just as good as the outside, making it the best choice for cooling performance enthusiasts or users seeking no-fuss installation! Features 10 Independent PWM Fans Supported
Capable of connecting 10 PWM fans for speed-control* simultaneously, the Commander FP enables users to optimally expand cooling capability within the chassis and enjoy greater system performance.
* Only the channel port with glossy side support RPM signal detection
Convenient SATA Power Input
Designed with a stable SATA power input in mind, the Commander FP safely and reliably powers up to 9 PWM fans simultaneously*. Direct power from PSU prevents stray current when the fan hub is in use.
* Channel port with glossy side powered directly by motherboard
Neat Cable Management
Featuring a blue LED indicator for access indication, Commander FP provides superb cable management which allows users to experience the unrivaled airflow and water cooling capabilities.
High Quality Symmetrical Design
Sporting a symmetrical design, the Commander FP uses high-quality textured plastic in its construction. Arc trim on both sides gives the Commander FP a sleek, modern look that matches its superior performance.
The Commander FP ships with 5 reusable beaded cable ties, 2 velcro tabs, and one PWM signal cable that let users keep the cables neat and tidy and hold the fan hub steadily in place.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 5th Mar 2007
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