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Are the phanteks suppose to have 1 crooked tower? From above i can see they are not aligned horizontally. There are also some bent fins in the middle of the cooler from the mounting box bracket box
do 3 bent fins affect the cooling much? I'm asking due to the shipping cost to ship it back.

Thank you
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One tower should not be crooked and fins should not be bent.
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I just got two ty-143 fans. If power draw of each is .60 amps, is it safe to put both on a pwm splitter and connect then to the cpu header or is that just too much of a power draw(1.20 total amps)?
    
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post #1054 of 2766
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I just got two ty-143 fans. If power draw of each is .60 amps, is it safe to put both on a pwm splitter and connect then to the cpu header or is that just too much of a power draw(1.20 total amps)?
I suggest using a PWM splitter with molex/sata PSU power connector
http://www.akasa.co.uk/update.php?tpl=product/product.detail.tpl&no=181&type=Cables&type_sub=Fan%20Cable%20Adapters&model=AK-CB002

The wiring is simple:
post #1055 of 2766
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

I suggest using a PWM splitter with molex/sata PSU power connector
http://www.akasa.co.uk/update.php?tpl=product/product.detail.tpl&no=181&type=Cables&type_sub=Fan%20Cable%20Adapters&model=AK-CB002

The wiring is simple:

What is the most in amps you would recommend attaching to a mobo fan header? Not over 0.80 amps?
    
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What is the most in amps you would recommend attaching to a mobo fan header? Not over 0.80 amps?
It varies with motherboard and it's sometimes hard to find what they are rated for. Most I've pushed is 0.60amps.
post #1057 of 2766
Rebuilt my rig a few weeks back and ordered a Phantek cooler for it, I am mightily pleased with it's performance this far.
application for this superb club here.



But I am thinking of changing to a Fractal Design R4, anyone know if it will fit in and I can actually get a side fan in? or is that a lost case?
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I suggest using a PWM splitter with molex/sata PSU power connector
http://www.akasa.co.uk/update.php?tpl=product/product.detail.tpl&no=181&type=Cables&type_sub=Fan%20Cable%20Adapters&model=AK-CB002

The wiring is simple:

I found a cheaper pwm Splitter at Newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812119248. But my main concern is does it allow me to run my phanteks and two of my case fan at the same rpm through CPU Fan header on my mother board? There are mixed review on Newegg so I couldn't tell.
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I found a cheaper pwm Splitter at Newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812119248. But my main concern is does it allow me to run my phanteks and two of my case fan at the same rpm through CPU Fan header on my mother board? There are mixed review on Newegg so I couldn't tell.
You are running 2x TY-143 on Phanteks cooler and what to run 2 case fans as well?

The splitter you linked to is for 3 fans. You can daisy chain 2 of these splitters by plugging one into the other master.
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