- Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 0.8 x 8.4 cm ; 9.07 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 45.4 g
- Item Model Number: EL0073
- ASIN: B01EF9OI0O
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 15 February 2018
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JBtek All Black Sleeved PWM Fan Splitter Cable 1 to 2 Converter, 2 Pack
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- Length 240mm, pack of two computer fan splitter cables
- One-to-two PWM fan splitter
- Beautiful all black sleeved cable
- Supports 2 PWM fans from a single motherboard PWM header
- Compatible with 4pin PMW fan connector and 3pin fan connector
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The other cable that came in the package worked fine, although I don't trust it now so I removed it as well.
Issues happen - I doubt this is an issue with all cables obviously or there'd be much worse reviews. Just informing people with my experience and the fact that QA issues DO happen.
I will not be buying again. Will be promptly returned.
Old Review: A PWM Fan Splitter is no good when BOTH cables are missing the fourth pin on one of the headers! Will not be purchasing from JBtek again.
This cable should be used with identical fans. They can be either 4 pin or 3 pin. One of the split ends is missing the pin that reads the fan speed (RPM) ON PURPOSE. Both fans will look like one fan to your computer, and identical fans will run at the same speed. The speed they run at is based on whichever fan is connected to the end will all 4 pins.
WARNING! If you still decide to use fans that are not identical, then they absolutely both need to be 4 pin, or both need to be 3 pin. 4 pin fans are controlled by PWM, and 3 pin fans are controlled by voltage. You should not mix the two. I suspect that mixing fans could really cause some damage, so just use identical fans if you're not experienced. Also, your ability to use 3 or 4 pin fans is based on your motherboard. Mine has a feature that auto detects if my fan is 3 or 4 pins. Most 4 pin connectors are backwards compatible with 3 pin. Read manuals, use common sense. Make sure that the fan header on your motherboard outputs enough current (Amps) to support the total current of your fans.
The only downside for me was that this package came with two cables, but I only needed one. You might be able to chain them together for a 3 way split, but I haven't tried it. There's already a similar 3 way splitter on Amazon if you need one.