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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-30-2020, 04:39 PM - Thread Starter
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What kind of 4pin connector is this?

I ordered a delta fan on Amazon, it was supposed to come with a regular 4pin connector, instead I got this mini 4pin connector that looks like it may be a VGA mini 4pin, but I feel like it's even smaller. It's about 6-7mm wide. Kinda annoyed I can't even hook this up to my rig now.
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I believe the official name for it is JST-XH 4 pin. These are commonly used in RC vehicles for battery balance connectors.

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Damn.... Guess they sent the wrong fan. Thanks for the help

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It's the GPU fan connector. Check if you GPU has any free slots, when you take off the cooler.

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What Tobiman said.
Looks like a GPU fan plug to me too.

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I was going to ask a similar question in the Aquacomputer forum about the tiny connectors on their cables used with the Vision, Quadro, etc. At first I thought they were JST, but having inspected them closely under a magnifying glass, they sure look like they might be Molex Picoblade connectors (1.25 pitch version linked; pdf drawing for the Picoblade housing can be found here).

I'm looking for the correct part numbers for those connector housings. Once I have one, I should be able to figure out the part numbers for the 3,4 and 5 pin housings, as well as the terminals used with them.

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Did a quick google and can't find detail drawing of graphic card 4-pin plug, but did find this image of an adapter.



Link below can be enlarged by scrowling over it to show bigger image of Mini GPU plug
https://www.amazon.co.uk/JKtech-Pin-.../dp/B0713P7X78


Here's another
https://www.ebay.com/itm/4-Pin-PWM-t...-/391957787961

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