Aqua Computer SPLITTY9 Splitter – 9 Fans/Aquabus
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Splitty9 is a universal ninefold splitter and can be used for 3-pin fans, 4-pin PWM fans or as an aquabus splitter.
When used with a fan output, the white connector marked with the word “input” is connected to a fan output using the supplied cable. Power supply and PWM signal (if available) are provided to all nine black connectors, additionally the speed signal received from the connector marked “rpm” is forwarded to the fan output.
When used as aquabus splitter, the white connector marked with the word “input” is connected to the aquabus connector of an aquaero using the supplied cable. By setting the jumper to the “aquabus” position, all four aquabus signal lines are forwarded to all black connectors. The splitter can be used for 4-pin as well as 3-pin aquabus devices.
A self-adhesive hook-and-loop strip is included for easy installation, alternatively four mounting holes can be used.
Maximum current: 5 A
Dimensions: ca. 60 x 28 x 15 mm
Scope of delivery:
One 4-pin cable, total length 70 cm
Self-adhesive hook-and-loop fastening strip
|Dimensions||10 × 10 × 2 cm|
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My favourite fan splitter.
Splitty9 is legit the best fan splitter you can get. No Molex or crappy SATA power connectors as seen on too many fan hubs. Splitty9 is driven entirely by the split output so check your fan / output specs if in doubt. I have two Splitty9s daisy chained off the 12W 1.5A (max) fan output on a AquaComputer Aquastream Ultimate Pump (succeeded by the D5 Next IMO). Between the two of them, I have connected 5x Noctua AF12x25 fans, 3x Darkside UV LED Strips and one PWM (signal only) for another pump. Cosmetically, the Splitty9 out of the box has a (rubber?) backing material more closely resembling the Quadro than the images above would depict. Splitty9 will NOT resolve any bizarre PWM compatibility issues you might have between fans of different make or model. I had this exact issue with Silverstone and Swiftech fans splitters using a mixed bag of EK Vardar fans). Don't be a numpty. use one fan type in your builds :).