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Ok so i got some other suggestion on alternatives to mini-Tamiya...will keep everyone apprised.
mini-Tamiay for Pumps for sure as it needs atleast 18AWG.

Others TBD.

Going to bed..as I am not cutting this properly. For 16 AWG and perfect 10" cut you need a board like this...Will resume tomorrow...long day at work:
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Great build so far! sub'd!
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Thanks jeffinslaw . You didn't.t have to make your sister hold it. My son gets irritated when I ask him to hold stuff like the fluorescent tube casing while I screw bolts into wood. Just need 2 people at times

She didn't mind haha.

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I received my Mini Tamiya connectors, they will be very handy for running 12v without a big honkin connector. I will try to get one painted today to see how well the paint holds. Thought I would try the Krylon for plastic.
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Subbing for sure. I just went through all 58 posts. Amazing is all I can say. Also may steal the mini Tamiya connectors idea because I HATE having a bunch of giant Molex plugs everywhere. Someone needs to make a distribution block for Molex like these.
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Subbing for sure. I just went through all 58 posts. Amazing is all I can say. Also may steal the mini Tamiya connectors idea because I HATE having a bunch of giant Molex plugs everywhere. Someone needs to make a distribution block for Molex like these.

Does anyone know if you can control the RPM of the fans if they are placed on one of those things?

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Does anyone know if you can control the RPM of the fans if they are placed on one of those things?
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No you cannot. Its pure power. Fans will be at full blast.
And do not ever get those blocks (fan version) as the RPM wire is all messed up in those units. If you don't need RPM and its power distribution - then I guess its fine...Haven't sampled one and opened it up.
Also I didn't know they had a 8pin inlet connection one as well. Which is good.
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Subbing for sure. I just went through all 58 posts. Amazing is all I can say. Also may steal the mini Tamiya connectors idea because I HATE having a bunch of giant Molex plugs everywhere. Someone needs to make a distribution block for Molex like these.
Thanks and maybe a distribution block with other types of connectors...Still looking into it.

Mini-Tamiya can take 16-18AWG so pumps fine here.
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I painted three sets of the mini tamiya connectors today with Krylon. It appears to be holding pretty good. I took one and plugged/unplugged 15 or 20 times and didn't see any paint come off.

Not sure on what kind of fan distrubution units y'all were discussing, but I recently bought one of the 5 - 3 pin hubs and all I did was scratch out the rpm trace beyond the first fan. This allows only one fan to feed the rpm signal back to the 3 pin power feed. It's powered from my Aquaero.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/14662/ele-988/3-Pin_Power_Distribution_PCB_5xWay_Block_MMT-PCB-5WAY.html?id=96ygQNWi&mv_pc=3206
I'm using this for my case fans, all the rad fans are on hand-made harnesses.
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Yeah I was wondering how that worked with the tach wire. I know from experience that you cant have more than one fan reporting to an header. Good to know though that its an easy fix. Any idea what those are rated for?? Im looking at the 6/8 pin pcie power versions.

Was looking around at Pololu, hoping to find a terminal connector(for lack of knowing what it would be called). Where I could plug 3-5 of those mini tamiya connector into a single larger connector to clean stuff up. But no go.

Does anyone know if the Aquaeros use just a 12v and ground connection, or do they need the other two wires as well(I think they are ground and 5/7v). If so, that would be the only Molex cable I need that has 4 pins.

EDIT: where are you splitting your power for the mini tamiya connectors from??
Edited by goodtobeking - 12/11/12 at 5:50pm
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