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The 3-Pin Power Distribution PCB 4x 3-pin + 4x 2-pin Block is the perfect organizational solution for hard core modder's, water cooling enthusiasts and other power users that use a large amount of LED's in their systems or servers. Why use clumsy Y splitters that just add to cable clutter when you can have a clean point to distribute power to all your 3-pin fans and 2-pin LED's? These small PCB's are made of the highest. This allows you to mount virtually anywhere in your case including all those hidden places modder's like to route their cables to. For those that want the best look these have a black PCB and connectors. So, eliminate all those extra cables and install the ModMyToys 3-pin power distribution PCB to be a Pro!
Output Power:4 x 3-Pin and 4 x 2-Pin
Note: Please make sure you do not exceed your 3-pin fan headers maximum wattage by overloading more high wattage fans then the motherboard or fan controller can handle. Please consult your products manual. You could though plug these into a 4-pin to 3-pin adapter and plug direct to your PSU which can handle many more fans at once.
Note: These are really mean to have 8 LED with the same resistance. If mixing LED colors then note that to keep the same load on the circuit that these are the colors that you can mix off the PCB.
Blue, White, Green, Purple
Total Reviews: 1 Average Rating:
What on earth are the MMT guys smokin''?03-08-2014
Reviewer: PepeLapiu (4)
This splitter is a great idea, but the MMT guys found a way to screw it up with really poor design. 1) The power in header is a male header when EVERYBODY ELSE in the industry uses a female connector on the motor side and a male on the power side. This stoopit design forces you to either make your own cable to plug this to your controller or mobo, or buy their custom cable for it. And they should at least indicate that in the description, or include one with the splitter. 2) Between the 3-pin and 2-pin headers, there is a very stoopit capacitor that causes half of your fans to run slower. That cap has no business being there. 3) The four 3-pin headers merge the rpm signal of all 4 fans into one scrambled signal. No controller or mobo on earth can possibly read the rpm signal of more than one fan on a single wire. So this will cause your controller to read a false 30-40 rpm when your 4 fans are connected to it. 4) The pins on those headers will come loose extremely easily and loose contact. Two of my four splitters became loose and useless after less than 10-20 minutes of fidling with it. I epoxied the back of tge other two to prevent that from happening. I made them word.....with a lot of modding to them. But these splitters are not at all plug-and-play. They are intended for guys who are handy with epoxy, pinning their own cables, and soldering.