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ngrayhaas

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  1. So I just built myself a pc, and my mobo only had 2 fan plugs, and I bought an extra fan (case came with 2 prebuilt)(NZXT) and so I purchased a fan splitter hoping that would do the job. The splitter was split into 2 cords, one was a 3 pin, and the other was a 3 pin, but you could only connect to 2 of the pins (3rd pin was moved to the right). The 3 pin worked, but the 2 pin didn't. When I started up my pc, the fan plugged into the 3 pin worked, but the other one slightly moved, then stopped. Any Idea on what to do/what's wrong? Trying to power one of the built in fans and an extra blue
  2. https://www.amazon.com/JBtek-Black-Sleeved-Splitter-Converter/dp/B01EF9OI0O/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&gclid=Cj0KCQiA2af-BRDzARIsAIVQUOfHBhUDBeUiyvkaQDcQ9dT03pSaoRfBQjcsnW-vaXeNLLp0S6qljEkaAnZWEALw_wcB&hvadid=177340451519&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9010767&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=461957352995379810&hvtargid=kwd-2584566242&hydadcr=18882_9696071&keywords=fan+splitter&qid=1607093650&sr=8-3&tag=googhydr-20 That is the link to basically the exact same one that I have. And no they are not identical. I bought an extra corsair fan and wanted to use the sp
  3. So I just built myself a pc, and my mobo only had 2 fan plugs, and I bought an extra fan (case came with 2 prebuilt)(NZXT) and so I purchased a fan splitter hoping that would do the job. The splitter was split into 2 cords, one was a 3 pin, and the other was a 3 pin, but you could only connect to 2 of the pins (3rd pin was moved to the right). The 3 pin worked, but the 2 pin didn't. When I started up my pc, the fan plugged into the 3 pin worked, but the other one slightly moved, then stopped. Any Idea on what to do/what's wrong?
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