Noctua NA-SAC1 4-Pin Molex to 3-pin Fan Adaptor Cables, 3 pack
Need to power 3-pin fans from a 4-pin molex connectors? Look no further.
- Power 3-pin a fans from 4-pin molex connectors
- 120mm cable length
- Contains three adapters
The NA-SAC1 is a fan accessory set consisting of three fully sleeved NA-AC1 3:4-Pin Adaptor Cables. The NA-SAC1 adaptors allow connecting standard 3-pin fans to the power supply’s 4-pin peripheral connectors. Thanks to the loop-through design of the 4-pin connector, you can still connect other devices or further adaptors.
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