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Originally Posted by Kenjiwing View Post

Hey guys! Been stupid busy and finally have time to setup and use my fans.
What do I need to purchase to get them rolling? I know I need a crimper and I assume some ends but links would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
This might be a good place to start:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1262904/video-sleeving-guide-series
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Is it ok to run 3 of these off of one MOBO fan header rated at 1Amp?? I see they run on .123Amp, but what do they start at?? and more importantly what do 3 startup at?? They will be running at about 50-75% RPM most the time as intake, except when my rig starts overheating. I dont want to buy a fan controller, as I dont see any I like, but I want to build one of these in time from this guide. So I want my MOBO to control my fans until then. As I like them to be controlled via temperature.
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According to the spec sheet, the startup current for the 2150's is rated at 530 mA.
http://www.japanservo.co.jp/digital/english/general/pdf/D1225C.pdf

To be on the safe side, I would either limit each header to one fan or power multiple fans with a 12V line off the PSU & just use the header for monitoring the RPMs. Though the later option negates the mobo from being able to slow the fans by lowing the voltage to the header.

I love that DIY fan controller though...time consuming, but the monitoring display he came up with is the cats ass.
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I would risk it, start up is pretty short, less than a second. And I think Nidec might have exagerated their specs to be on the safe side.
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Hey guys,

I don't supposed there's anyway to still get there is there?
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Hey guys,

I don't supposed there's anyway to still get them is there?

Not directly through this group buy. But you can buy the barebones off others. Check out the For Sale / Wanted -> Cooling Products section of OCN, or try Google (maybe even ebay). listen to remix is selling two of them (w/ connector) for $18ea.

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Are the complete fans in yet??
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post #2258 of 2446
So, just to clarify, the only difference between the bare bones and complete fans is the tach wire?

(now for the dumb quesiton) Is there any way to add that wire?
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Are the complete fans in yet??

They are in US customs AFAIK
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any chance of something like this happening again?
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