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How do you like it? Any glaring negatives besides no fan control? Any reliability problems?

I want to use this for all my fans for better cable management, although, I just want to make sure it is a good product.thumb.gif
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Its been doing its job so far. I have had 3 delta 3800RPM fans and 7 CM R4's running of of it for a few days now.

Its a very simple fan splitter, and it will wreck the fan speed readings.

I went ahead and clipped all of the fan speed wire pins on mine except for one fan port for possible use with a pump later. Currently my pmp 450s does not need a dedicated 3 pin for power as it has 4 pin molex and a 3 pin header only to read rpm's.
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Its been doing its job so far. I have had 3 delta 3800RPM fans and 7 CM R4's running of of it for a few days now.

Its a very simple fan splitter, and it will wreck the fan speed readings.

I went ahead and clipped all of the fan speed wire pins on mine except for one fan port for possible use with a pump later. Currently my pmp 450s does not need a dedicated 3 pin for power as it has 4 pin molex and a 3 pin header only to read rpm's.

I think I'll give it a try. It's only $16 anyway. I am willing to sacrifice reading fan speeds (which I seldom do) for superior cable management. Thanks for the help though!thumb.gif
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