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That stuff will kill you my friend. wink.gif

Keep in mind the splitters are built for like .6amp fans.... not 3.3amp. eek.gif

I think they should be able to handle the fans, cause the psu is feeding them. Plus I'll only use two 3.3a fans with it.

http://www.gelidsolutions.com/products/index.php?lid=2&cid=11&id=63&tab=1

Where did you get that rating from? It's just a cable...Curious though.
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If the splitter has a molex power connector then you're fine.
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I'm thinking the size of the wire from molex to fan socket. Not sure what size the are but may not be big enough to handle 39watt load. Not saying the might not be big enough. Just don't know. I believe you need approx 18g or 0.8mm2 wire size... about 1mm diameter wire.

Just keep an eye on them and make sure nothing gets hot when you spin the fans up wink.gif
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I will...I already burnt a cheapo 3 pin to molex adapter while testing the fans to see if they worked or not.
But it was a really crappy adapter anyway, hopefully these gelid dudes used a higher quality wire. Crossing fingers...
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For cooper the easy rule is 5a / mm2
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Thanks, guess it will work out fine...the wire should be 1mm in diameter easily, and it's relatively long too. Not sure how that would equate with surface area though.
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the longer the wire the bigger it needs to be. But we are talking more than 30-40cm .tongue.gif
post #2958 of 3848
1mm diameter, 3.14*0.5²=0.785mm² 0.785*5A=3.925A max, and the tension drop for the max wire length is negligible in this case... ( fonction of the resistance of the wire ) but for 3.3amp * 2...... ouch !!!
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1mm diameter, 3.14*0.5²=0.785mm² 0.785*5A=3.925A max, and the tension drop for the max wire length is negligible in this case... ( fonction of the resistance of the wire ) but for 3.3amp * 2...... ouch !!!

Gonna have to settle with one beast fan for the cpu...220cfm and massive pressure is enough for a Silver Arrow if put in the middle. I've already tested it and at full blast that single fan can move all the case air violently, it's unbelievable. biggrin.gif
It serves as a duster also.
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hi guys is it silver arrow sbe extreme compatible with asus crosshair v formula?redface.gif
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