NA-SYC2 3-Pin Fan Y-Cables, 2 pack €5,4612 in stock
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Noctua NA-SYC2 3-Pin Fan Y-Cables, 2 pack
Allows for two 3-pin fans to be controlled and powered by the motherboard.
- Allows for two 3-pin fans to be connected to one power source
- Fully sleeved
- Supplied in a pack of 2
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 and to let the mainboard control the speed of both fans simultaneously. Multiple NA-YC2 can be daisy-chained to control more than two fans via one header.
Please note: 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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