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My new fans draw 40w each!
That's why I need thick cables xD
I could also feed my 4 ty-140s off the splitter, gonna have to do some planning.
Meanwhile I'll run my SA passive...bet I can do 5GHZ with my delidded chip.
post #2842 of 3854
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How about this Gelid 4 way and simple 4pin PWM Y splitters for more fans if needed?
http://www.amazon.com/Computer-Connector-Splitter-Sleeved-CA-PWM-03/dp/B0067LWQ1C/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1355965126&sr=8-4&keywords=pwm+splitter
Or plug two of these together and you could run 7 fans biggrin.gif

Perfect. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

My new fans draw 40w each!
That's why I need thick cables xD
I could also feed my 4 ty-140s off the splitter, gonna have to do some planning.
Meanwhile I'll run my SA passive...bet I can do 5GHZ with my delidded chip.
You do need bigger lead than. blushsmiley.gif
You can run the SA with ty-140s off of mobo. wink.gif
SA or SA SB-E?
post #2844 of 3854
Sa...my ty-140s are case fans BTW.

Check this out:

IMG_20121220_005804.jpg

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II've just fired one up and the amount of air they push is unreal!
Only one of them as a middle fan can cool better than 3 regular fans and I bet I could cool the whole case with one lol
they are not terribly loud for 5.3k rpm and if spun at 50% they should be almost silent...
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Holy cow that's some airflow!
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Sa...my ty-140s are case fans BTW.
Check this out:

what clips did you use on it?

since your fans are PWM, you can always hook the pwm wire to your mobo.
just be sure to feed the power straight from the molex thumb.gif
post #2847 of 3854
I have an old Cogage Arrow (Sa without caps on top of pipes). Been thinking of putting one of the new Silverstone FHP141 fans on it. 140x140x38mm, 120mm mounts, 0.65A / 7.8w, 130cfm, 3.7mm H2O, 43.5dBA, 2000rpm PWM
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Holy cow that's some airflow!

Hell yeah!
Incredible, you should get some of those...fun stuff for 9 bucks and 6 shipping from fleabay.
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what clips did you use on it?
since your fans are PWM, you can always hook the pwm wire to your mobo.
just be sure to feed the power straight from the molex thumb.gif

I just put the stock retention clips and carefully bent them with some tweezers at the part near the little bulge that clips inside the fans mounting holes.
And yeah, that's the plan...build pwm splitter for both fans and run them from the cpu header. Use the ty-140s from the mobo and voila.
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I have an old Cogage Arrow (Sa without caps on top of pipes). Been thinking of putting one of the new Silverstone FHP141 fans on it. 140x140x38mm, 120mm mounts, 0.65A / 7.8w, 130cfm, 3.7mm H2O, 43.5dBA, 2000rpm PWM

That would work very good...
post #2849 of 3854
What fans are those beasts?
post #2850 of 3854
Does anybody know if the sb-e extreme version fits on the sabertooth 990x r2 without blocking the first expansion slot / area?
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