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Originally Posted by neoroy View Post

Have you try it before doyll?
Is it working on TY143?
But this is original PWM-Y cable from thermalright it uses 4cables on each PWM socket
Yes, many times
Yes it works very well
Yes it is


The reason for only one RPM lead is so only one rpm signal going to motherboard. There have been times when more than one rpm signal to motherboard confused motherboard PWM controller and fans run crazy not knowing what the rpm really is. Two identical fans probably no problem. But if you are using different fans and/or they are not all spinning at same rpm then rpm signal is not a single rpm signal... I've ran 8 fans.. 4 different kinds.. on one pwm signal with no problems using single rpm lead to mobo.

There are many other PWM splitters available on the market. Many use only a single rpm lead.

Think of it as listening to several people reciting a poem to you.. if they are all reciting it in sync you can understand it.. if they are not it will become garbled and you won't understand the words.

http://www.overclock.net/t/612436/official-corsair-hydro-series-club/16690
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Gelid splitter

http://www.ebay.com/itm/GELID-PWM-1-TO-4-Cable-Splitter-Adapter-Share-Case-Fan-/150688313144
Edited by doyll - 2/16/13 at 2:41am
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Originally Posted by doyll View Post

Yes, many times
Yes it works very well
Yes it is


The reason for only one RPM lead is so only one rpm signal going to motherboard. There have been times when more than one rpm signal to motherboard confused motherboard PWM controller and fans run crazy not knowing what the rpm really is. Two identical fans probably no problem. But if you are using different fans and/or they are not all spinning at same rpm then rpm signal is not a single rpm signal... I've ran 8 fans.. 4 different kinds.. on one pwm signal with no problems using single rpm lead to mobo.

There are many other PWM splitters available on the market. Many use only a single rpm lead.

Think of it as listening to several people reciting a poem to you.. if they are all reciting it in sync you can understand it.. if they are not it will become garbled and you won't understand the words.

http://www.overclock.net/t/612436/official-corsair-hydro-series-club/16690
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Gelid splitter

http://www.ebay.com/itm/GELID-PWM-1-TO-4-Cable-Splitter-Adapter-Share-Case-Fan-/150688313144
Hmm make sense biggrin.gif OK thanks alot doyll thumb.gif
I wanna use it to make PWM-Y cable for my 2x TY143 fans.
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That's the black and white SB-E right?[/quote]
Yes mate the Black and white , with the ty-147's . It's a beast of a cooler 27 at idle and never above 42 after 30 mins on prime 95 .
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That's the black and white SB-E right?
Yes mate the Black and white , with the ty-147's . It's a beast of a cooler 27 at idle and never above 42 after 30 mins on prime 95 .[/quote]
Are they TY-147 or are the TY-145?

There are 2 black/white models of TY-140 series fans TY-145 & TY-147
TY-145 is same fan as TY-141 in black & white.
TY-147 is same fan as TY-140 in black & white.
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What is really needed is some kind of PSU-powered PWM chain block on a piece of stripboard that can be velcro'ed somewhere out of the way - say between the rear extractor fan and the PCI array - like this mock-up:



A F2F PWM cable transmits the PWN and RPM signals only between the Blue 4-pin terminal and the motherboard connector; the Reference fan plugs into the UV.Green 4-pin terminal and supplies the RPM reading for the chain; up to 5 other 4-pin fans can be plugged into the chain and duplicate the Reference fan, with the 6th fan (plugging into the White terminal) having its RPM transmitted from the White 2-pin terminal so that it can be connected to another fan header and have its actual RPM tested independently.

The whole block is powered through a cable connecting the Red 2-pin terminal to the yellow/black terminals of a molex connector from the PSU so that the motherboard only has to supply the PWM signal itself and no longer needs to restrict the wattage being used. An extra power cable can be added to connect the red 2-pin terminal to red/black terminals of a molex to run the chain at 5 volts /half speed instead.



The time has come to chivvy all these motherboard manufacturers who keep piling the PWM connectors onto their boards to include a PWM chain with the I/O panel.
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Hello. I'm going to buy Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme for my i7 2600K CPU. It'll be working on ASUS P8Z77 WS board. I've got dual ASUS GTX 570 DirectCU II working in SLI mode. I wanted to know if the 1st PCIE slot would be able to use. Moreover I've got 4 Corsair Vengeance memory sticks. How about this cooler and my current system ?
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Hello. I'm going to buy Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E Extreme for my i7 2600K CPU. It'll be working on ASUS P8Z77 WS board. I've got dual ASUS GTX 570 DirectCU II working in SLI mode. I wanted to know if the 1st PCIE slot would be able to use. Moreover I've got 4 Corsair Vengeance memory sticks. How about this cooler and my current system ?

hi! compare to my p8z77-v deluxe, i think the first pci-e is gonna be unusabe (in my case the fisrt is just a pci 1x)
, and for the memory, it's about 3cm heigh max ( low profile )
sorry.
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IF you want to be sure, get the Phanteks 14PE or the Noctua D14, they will both fit according to Noctuas compatibility list.
http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=compatibility_gen&products_id=34&lng=de
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