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    Need a connector that allows for dual pwm fans. I saw someone link to one of these items once before, but didn't bookmark it.
     
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    I need one that isn't going to send a sensor signal back from one of the fans.
     
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    So you need a 4-pin and a 3-pin to one 4-pin PWM header?

    I would say get the dual 4-pin and snip the sense wire. Or am I still not getting what you need here?
     
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    I'm looking for one that has a molex to supplement the pwm header that attaches to the mobo. I think I found one actually.
     
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    Oh wow, now I can see what you mean;)
     
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    Unfortunately that one is out of stock. So I'm still hunting actually. If someone knows where to find one, post it will you please.
     
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    You know what I'm realizing right now? That at this point motherboard manufacturers should be putting 2-4 pwm headers on the high end/performance oriented motherboards they put out. Dual pwm fans are becoming pretty commonplace.
     
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    Sorry about that- didn't notice (just bought one from there last month) :eek:

    It's in stock here:

    http://www.directron.com/ecdf001.html
     
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