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psu for jsut fans

post #1 of 9
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ok so im gonna be running alot of fans and to save headaches ive decided i just want an adapter of something just to run my fans from XD any ideas?

im going to home depot later so ill see what they have there
post #2 of 9
Why not just connect them all to your PSU? If you have the TPQ-1200OC listed in your sig, you could easily add more fans than your case can accommodate.
post #3 of 9
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just for wiring its not gonna be in a case doing a masisve mod and i jsut htink it would be easier if i had a secondary.. it would also make it easy to control them to
edit: like i mean theres gonna be around 25 - 30 fans
post #4 of 9
Do you know what fans you're getting? Can't really suggest something without knowing the power draw of the fans you're looking at.
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post #6 of 9
Alright, so that's ~190W in fans at startup, and it's 5 times lower during normal operation. Honestly I'd still hook them up to the TPQ-1200, it can handle that easily on top of your existing setup.
If you'd still rather get something separate, and if you don't mind doing some custom wiring, I imagine you could find a 12V DC power brick that can deliver that kind of power.
post #7 of 9
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=263602_304652


Delta Electronics unit, pretty decent. I've got one in my step-dad's system powering a Phenom X4 9850 and an HD5770. Should do your fans easily, with cable adapters.
post #8 of 9
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what about a brick.. i like that idea i dont mind wiring its kinda up my alley anyways. anyone got any ideas on that
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