RedBaz

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Aug 22, 2019
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I am wondering if I would be able to put more than 1 fan on a splitter with this fan -- 0,6w 0,05A 12V
with a msi b450m pro-vdh max mobo
I do not know how currents and voltage work so any help is appreciated
 
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Phaaze88

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You need to find out what your headers are rated for. Check the motherboard manual, or you might even find it on the product overview webpage.
AIO_PUMP: 2A
W_PUMP: 3A
SYS_FAN, CPU_FAN, and CPU_OPT: 1A - but on some mobos, they are 2A!

OH... there's no info in the manual, nor on the product overview.
Welp, best to assume SYS_FAN, etc, are all 1A.


0.05A
With an input current that low... you could plug 19 fans in a single 1A header...
 

Phaaze88

Titan
Ambassador
You need to find out what your headers are rated for. Check the motherboard manual, or you might even find it on the product overview webpage.
AIO_PUMP: 2A
W_PUMP: 3A
SYS_FAN, CPU_FAN, and CPU_OPT: 1A - but on some mobos, they are 2A!

OH... there's no info in the manual, nor on the product overview.
Welp, best to assume SYS_FAN, etc, are all 1A.


0.05A
With an input current that low... you could plug 19 fans in a single 1A header...
 

RedBaz

Commendable
Aug 22, 2019
4
0
1,510
0
You need to find out what your headers are rated for. Check the motherboard manual, or you might even find it on the product overview webpage.
AIO_PUMP: 2A
W_PUMP: 3A
SYS_FAN, CPU_FAN, and CPU_OPT: 1A - but on some mobos, they are 2A!

OH... there's no info in the manual, nor on the product overview.
Welp, best to assume SYS_FAN, etc, are all 1A.


0.05A
With an input current that low... you could plug 19 fans in a single 1A header...
Ah Thank you! I assumed I was reading something wrong when I saw 0.05A
 

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