|Item Model Number||NA-SYC2|
|Product Dimensions||11.5 x 1 x 0.5 cm; 58 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||11.5 x 1 x 0.5 centimetres|
|Item Weight||58 g|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||15 November 2017|
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Noctua NA-SYC2, 3 Pin Y-Cables for PC Fans (Black)
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||11.5 x 1 x 0.5 centimetres|
|Power connector type||3-Pin|
About this item
- Y-type splitter cables for running two fans on one fan header
- RPM signal of one fan is transmitted to the motherboard for speed monitoring
- 3-pin connectors for 3-pin fans
- Black connectors and black cable sleeving for clean optics
- Set includes 2 cables; Trusted Noctua quality backed up with 6-year manufacturer’s warranty
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The NA-SYC2 is a fan accessory set consisting of two fully sleeved NA-YC2 y-cables for 3-pin fans. The NA-YC2 y-cables make it possible to run two 3-pin fans on a single fan header.
Attention! Common mainboard fan headers support up to 9.6 or 12W (check your mainboard manual for detailed information). Please thus make sure that the combined power draw of the fans connected to one fan header using NA-YC2 adaptors does not exceed this value!
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Nothing really negative to comment on. The packaging, similar to the silicone mounting pins, is probably excessive given that it only contains 2 very small cable adapters. I'd be perfectly happy for Noctua to reduce the amount of packaging on items like these.
You could also find much cheaper variations of fan splitter cables but these won't be constructed to the same standard.
I'd pay the price premium and purchase something that will work as intended and continue to do so.
Not sure why the cables each need a Noctua brand tag (that every user will remove) in addition to the already branded box that is much too large for its contents.
At least it's not as over the top as their cooling products.