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Corsair 4000D Airflow fan solution?

Hamothy
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Been building a new PC in a Corsair 4000D Airflow and I've got 3 case fans plus an H100x AIO with two fans up top. I've got both AIO fans connected to the included splitter in one fan header, but there's another AIO cable that takes up another fan slot, leaving me only two slots for the remaining 3 fans. Should I use another splitter for two of the remaining fans? They're each 0.5 A if that helps.

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0.5A Fans?  That's really beefy fans....  (For comparison, my Arctic 140mm fans are 0.15A each)

 

you can (usually) put 1A on each fan header, so this means 2 could run on one header.  (Check the mobo manual to verify plug amperage.) 

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Hmm. I must've read the wrong thing. On the box it says input current is 0.5(A), but the bequiet! website says Current consumption is 0.12(A)?

 

They're bequiet! Pure Wings 2 140mm fans, for the record.

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16 hours ago, Hamothy said:

but there's another AIO cable that takes up another fan slot

You mean the cable for the pump?

 

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15 hours ago, Hamothy said:

but the bequiet! website says Current consumption is 0.12(A)?

I’m seeing 0.3A on their website…

 

Electrical specifications

Rated Voltage DC (V) 12
Operating Voltage DC (V) 5 - 12
Current consumption (A) 0.3
Safety current (A) 0.3
Input power (W) 3.6

Rated Current LED (A)

 

https://www.bequiet.com/en/casefans/448

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