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post #2821 of 18689
For my 2 Alphacools I ran out and found just what I needed at ACE, Lowes, Home Depot and Menards didn't have anything. ACE had M3 30mm in their metric section and I cleaned them out smile.gif
post #2822 of 18689
Working on my cable management and I am wonder what the female molex labeled LED Strip is for? I have the 12V input plugged in and the LED strip works but I can't for the life of me figure out the female LED strip molex.

Thanks
post #2823 of 18689
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Originally Posted by simsim44 View Post

Will do. thank you. they are 6/32

The 6-32 thread is imperial so the closest length to what you'll need that you'll probably be able to find is 1 1/4" = 32mm. The next smaller commonly found length is 1" = 25.4mm which is too short.

You might want to consider getting washers to go with them just to help make sure they don't wind up being a little too long. It's just a couple extra milimeters, but you'll want to be careful to check so you don't puncture a rad.
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Originally Posted by grifftech View Post

Working on my cable management and I am wonder what the female molex labeled LED Strip is for? I have the 12V input plugged in and the LED strip works but I can't for the life of me figure out the female LED strip molex.

Thanks

It's so you can add your own LED strip to it.

Enthoo Primo LED connections
Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 2/4/14 at 7:01pm
post #2824 of 18689
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Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter View Post

The 6-32 thread is imperial so the closest length to what you'll need that you'll probably be able to find is 1 1/4" = 32mm. The next smaller commonly found length is 1" = 25.4mm which is too short.

You might want to consider getting washers to go with them just to help make sure they don't wind up being a little too long. It's just a couple extra milimeters, but you'll want to be careful to check so you don't puncture a rad.
It's so you can add your own LED strip to it.

Enthoo Primo LED connections

Hmm I tried plugging in a 12v sensor display to it and got nothing. I assume it is 12V output,
post #2825 of 18689
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Originally Posted by grifftech View Post

Hmm I tried plugging in a 12v sensor display to it and got nothing. I assume it is 12V output,

Yes, it's a 12v output rated up to 1 amp (12 watts) that turns on/off with the LED switch. I have been wiring up custom-made LED strips to it and it works just fine for me.
post #2826 of 18689
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Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter View Post

Yes, it's a 12v output rated up to 1 amp (12 watts) that turns on/off with the LED switch. I have been wiring up custom-made LED strips to it and it works just fine for me.

I will double check it, thanks, man.
post #2827 of 18689
Is the white version of this case coming out next month? I'm having a hard time deciding between the Enthoo Primo and Luxe mad.gif
post #2828 of 18689
Does anyone know what is the power limit for the PWM fan hub per channel?

Based on the manual the hub can handle 11 fans in total( fan1 X1, fan2-6 X2). So, that is about 10w per channel?
post #2829 of 18689
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Originally Posted by hhlragnarok View Post

Does anyone know what is the power limit for the PWM fan hub per channel?

Based on the manual the hub can handle 11 fans in total( fan1 X1, fan2-6 X2). So, that is about 10w per channel?

I know it's been asked, but I don't recall anyone getting that info from Phanteks yet.

The Phanteks PH-F140SP fans the case comes with say on the back of each that they are rated at 0.2 Amps (at 12v that's = 2.4 watts) so I just assumed that's what they were referring to when they rated the hub for 11 fans. ie: about 5 watts for each port / 30 watts overall

PH-F140SP 12V 0.2A

Interestingly, the same model fan on their site is listed as 1.4 Amps. Wonder what that's all about?

Edit:
Looks like Doyll got this info from a Phanteks rep somehow (posted in the Phanteks forum) which seems to jive pretty much with my assumptions:
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I got a short message from Phanteks about PWM hub being packaged a week ago so hopefully will be in stock in 2-4 weeks... He also said he's still waiting for PWM hub specifications but has "been told that the PWM can only hold 30W max." I'm assuming that's PWM hub can run up to 30w max. Split 11 ways (control header probably has lower rating) that would be approx 2.7 on Fan 1 header (control header) and 5.4w on the other 5 headers (using 11 fan maximum from manual)

Edited by Unicr0nhunter - 2/4/14 at 10:57pm
post #2830 of 18689
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Originally Posted by Unicr0nhunter View Post

I know it's been asked, but I don't recall anyone getting that info from Phanteks yet.

The Phanteks PH-F140SP fans the case comes with say on the back of each that they are rated at 0.2 Amps (at 12v that's = 2.4 watts) so I just assumed that's what they were referring to when they rated the hub for 11 fans. ie: about 5 watts for each port / 30 watts overall

PH-F140SP 12V 0.2A

Interestingly, the same model fan on their site is listed as 1.4 Amps. Wonder what that's all about?

Edit:
Looks like Doyll got this info from a Phanteks rep somehow (posted in the Phanteks forum) which seems to jive pretty much with my assumptions:

that is quite low....fan options limited.......
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