• StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
  • StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
  • StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
  • StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
  • StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12
StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12

StarTech.com 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable - M/F - Fan power extension cable - 4 pin PWM (M) to 4 pin PWM (F) - FAN4EXT12

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  • Extend the connection distance of a 4-pin cooling fan by 12 inches
  • 1ft Case Fan Extension Cable / 1ft 4-Pin Fan Cable / 1ft PWM Extension Cable / PWM Male to Female / 4 Pin Fan Extension Cable / 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable M/F
  • Extend the placement of a 4-pin computer fan by up to 12in
  • Offers greater flexibility to position Motherboard and CPU Fans for optimal cooling
  • Extend your existing 4-pin fan connection by an additional 12 inches

Customer Reviews

Great Cable! Durability and QualityGreat cable from a company I can trust. I used it for my computer build and it was just what I needed. First off the cable came in a plastic bag, Which is OK since it's only one cable. When I put it in the computer it took a while for it to recognize the fin the cable was attached to. Although my computer scheme is usually toned with the black and blue fans and wires, it seemed fine having this cable with it as it is what's I colored it's different colored wires. The size was perfect to where there is Joe extra cord leftover where I could tie it up someplace and still make it look neat. I did test the cable with my water cooler but it did not send through any information on the temperature or the pump speeds. The cable works a lot better with the fans as it does give more room for placement of them. The cable somehow does send rpm information about the fans. The cable does seem very durable for how thin and small it looks and can stretch with a good amount of force without breaking it. Overall the looks are pretty good, the functionality is great, and the durability is extremely strong and flexible. I recommend this wire to anyone who needs an extended cable for a case fan and I would buy this again.4Works great! But doesn't support 4 prong connections. I put this in a Mini ITX build where the Chassis fan connections on the motherboard are limited. Easy to pop in, so no complaints there!However, if your fans need a four prong connection, this only has 3. It will work just fine! The 4th pin is required to use software to control the speed of the fan, similar to the 4 prongs the CPU cooler requires. 4Budget PWM fan splitter, but may require modification for accurate RPM reporting.If you find yourself running out of CHA FAN ports on your motherboard, or want to run liquid cooling radiators in push-pull configuration (with the same RPM for both fans), or simply don't have many PUS connectors to spare, then the StarTech 12-inch 4 Pin Fan Power Splitter Cable works well as it allows two fans to be plugged into a single motherboard port or PSU connector (which it is designed for).Pros--------Allows two fans to share a single motherboard port/PSU connector.The "12 cable length offers extra space for more cable management options.Cons--------This splitter has two tachometer leads, which means RPM monitoring software may not return an accurate result if they are plugged into the motherboard.The bright color scheme stands out against the rest of the internal computer components, making them somewhat difficult to conceal.Conclusion--------I use two of these splitters to pair my 4 front 120 mm fans, so they have the same RPM for optimal air flow through my case. I had to clip one of the tachometer leads on each one so that the fan controller software could accurately report their RPM (as this brand's splitter is designed primarily to plug into PSU connectors, not motherboard ports). When looking through the clear plastic on the side panel of my case, both of these splitters also instantly stand out against my black interior illuminated by blue and white LEDs, making them an eye sore. I recommend them, though, if you simply want to plug your fans into a single shared PSU connector. 4/5NOTE: if you want to plug your fans into a motherboard port, I recommend using a brand's splitter with the second tachometer lead already disconnected and the leads discreetly concealed (such as Silverstone Tek Sleeved PWM Fan Splitter Cable (CPF01)).4Works as extension cable, but doesn't wear well.Connections don't hold very well after being unplugged and plugged back in a few times. I bought two of these and the first one got loose so quickly, I threw it away.If you are purchasing these for their intended purpose, as stationary PC fan extension cables, they will be fine. But if you're in the market for cables you can occasionally disconnect, look elsewhere.4Nifty solution for my PC Fan Problems I wanted to pull my fans off the I/O board and onto my motherboard, but there weren't enough places to plug them all in. I bought two of these 12 inch power splitter cables, and it took less than 5 minutes to reconnect my fans. The 12 inch length was perfect for my enormous Dell XPS 630 computer case. I even added another fan to suck air out the rear of the case. Everything is working just fine. The quality of the cables seems comparable to the ones already installed in my computer. This was a simple inexpensive way to solve my 4 pin fan cable problems. 5Used for a Dashcam, Does excatly what its supposed to do.Fit perfect, kind of expensive for a little bit of plastic and some wires but it was exactly what I needed to hookup a dashcam without splicing a bunch of wires.5Good Splitters, Inexpensive, Quality, Usable as a single-path extension cord & with 3-pin connectorsThese splitters are of typical good quality, not as flimsy and damageable as many I've received in the bundles of little parts that sometimes comes with hardware purchases such as motherboards or cases.Note that you can use one of these just as an extension cord alone, but given that it has the capability of yielding two power sources from one source, it is especially useful, and especially if you are buying it to have an extra power cable for unknown future purposes (which might require a splitter, or might simply require an extension).If you use only one of the two output cables, you'll want to remember to tie up the unused wire very securely to keep it from getting into other stuff such as fans inside your case or coming to rest upon a very scalding hot chip that could melt the insulation of any such cable.In fact, the length of these wires is such that whether you use both output cables or just one, you'd likely be better off tying excess cable length to make it so that it won't cause problems if moving around inside later, not only when you might move your computer, but even just from the vibrations caused by internal fans (to which these cables would presumably be attached). Of course, you don't want to tie it off so tightly that there is pressure upon the connectors, nor so much that you cannot easily plug and unplug it. But I suggest looking carefully, and even moving the cable around after you connect everything but before you close up your case to discover all the ways it might move to undesirable locations (&, as noted, remember that the surfaces of some chips get quite extremely hot ! So it's not just moving parts you have to avoid).The length is likely more than most people would even need. I have a full tower, and they are long enough to reach all the many fan locations my case offers. But, of course, longer is better given the flexibility it offers to have extra length, and given that you can't know all possible future needs you might apply this splitter/extension to fulfill (and given that you will surely wisely tie up any potentially problematic slack).These are 4-pin connectors, but you can use 3-pin connections to them. Just be sure to line up the colors of the wires to make sure the signals on each of the pins are what you want. For the connector on your motherboard (which likely lacks color), look for a word or a little tiny triangle/pointer, which will indicate "pin 1" normally or otherwise will inform you as to how to make sure the signals are lined up properly. Whether or not you can use 3-pin cables/connectors (attached to this 4-pin splitter cable) to successfully carry the signals necessary to use power management functions is something I've seen people say is possible, and I've seen others say it isn't. I haven't tried that yet, but of course, if you have the capability of using only 4-pin cables & connectors in your power signal paths, just do that and the question is moot. If for some reason, you want to use power management functions to control the speed of your fan, &/or to turn the fan on & off, based on the temperature inside your computer or of your CPU, etc., and you are constrained to using a 3-pin connector in the path, I would guess that if it's possible to do with 3-pin cables and connectors, then it'd be possible with these 4-pin ones on this product, after properly lining up your connections, of course.One last note: the connectors are enclosed, whereas some you could buy have the pins much more exposed. I prefer these connectors, keeping everything more protected and secure. It also looks nicer than the bare-bones connector types, in my opinion.5Y-Cable for the Aquaero 6 ControllerI am building a liquid-cooled computer with the Aquacomputer's Aquaero 6 Controller. In order to control and monitor several pieces of equipment in the computer (2x MPS 400 flow sensors, 2x D5 pumps, 3x PowerAdjust3), The Controller has only two "high" ports to connect these pieces of equipment (the second "high" port on the Controller is because I have the Real-Time installed), so I needed to split the ports to allow five connections in total. And these 4-pin power splitters work perfectly for the application. BEWARE: many PWM Y-cables have the PWM-pin removed in the second-leg so that it will give a proper reading for the fans' RPM. However, I needed that leg for the Aquaero to function properly.Also, I ordered several of these 4-pin power splitter a few days ago and they were delivered to my front door this morning. Excellent service!!Of course, one can purchase the proper Y-cable for the Aquaero from an on-line computer retailers, but why pay more and wait a week for its delivery?5I needed one more spot for a fan so got ...I needed one more spot for a fan so got this which worked perfectly as it helped me have more room to pull of the side part of my tower (which has the 2 fans).5Worked well for my TeslaI need to tap power for my mirror mounted dashcam in the Model S. The is an un-used plug that has 12v in it, and this worked to plug into. You can find the video on YouTube - DA Eric - dashcam install5Used it to wirre dash cam in TeslaUsed it to connect to 12v connector for Dash Cam in Tesla Model S. Did exactly what I needed.5Works for 3 and 4 pin fansI bought this so I could connect my front intake fan on my Cooler Master HAF 912 to my motherboard (instead of being connected to my power supply) so I could have more control over it.Pros1. It reached where I needed it to reach with slack to spare. The HAF 912 is a mammoth case (even for a mid tower, it's huge). So it should be long enough for you.2. The front fan was a 3-pin and, obviously, this allows for 3-pin or 4-pin fans.3. It's cheap.Cons1. It's an add-on only item which means I had to go buy something else before I could order it. I got a new webcam. Kinda irritated but I didn't have a webcam for my desktop yet so I guess it pushed me in a direction I needed to go. Still though, add-on item only.2. The colors clash entirely with my case theme. It would be nice if they sold them in straight black. I get why they do them with the colors (different wires means different things) but still, it's not the most attractive cable.Since this is inside of a computer case, the looks weren't bad enough to deduct a star and I get why it's an add-on item. Who wants to give an Amazon Prime member free $5 shipping on a $5 cable eh? Anyway, This reached from my front fan's cable (which makes it to about the back of my HDD cage) to the top center of my motherboard with enough slack to tuck it away so it's not in the way. I'd recommend these to anyone who needs a fan extension.5
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Description
  • Extend the connection distance of a 4-pin cooling fan by 12 inches
  • 1ft Case Fan Extension Cable / 1ft 4-Pin Fan Cable / 1ft PWM Extension Cable / PWM Male to Female / 4 Pin Fan Extension Cable / 12in 4 Pin Fan Power Extension Cable M/F
  • Extend the placement of a 4-pin computer fan by up to 12in
  • Offers greater flexibility to position Motherboard and CPU Fans for optimal cooling
  • Extend your existing 4-pin fan connection by an additional 12 inches
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great Cable! Durability and QualityGreat cable from a company I can trust. I used it for my computer build and it was just what I needed. First off the cable came in a plastic bag, Which is OK since it's only one cable. When I put it in the computer it took a while for it to recognize the fin the cable was attached to. Although my computer scheme is usually toned with the black and blue fans and wires, it seemed fine having this cable with it as it is what's I colored it's different colored wires. The size was perfect to where there is Joe extra cord leftover where I could tie it up someplace and still make it look neat. I did test the cable with my water cooler but it did not send through any information on the temperature or the pump speeds. The cable works a lot better with the fans as it does give more room for placement of them. The cable somehow does send rpm information about the fans. The cable does seem very durable for how thin and small it looks and can stretch with a good amount of force without breaking it. Overall the looks are pretty good, the functionality is great, and the durability is extremely strong and flexible. I recommend this wire to anyone who needs an extended cable for a case fan and I would buy this again.4Works great! But doesn't support 4 prong connections. I put this in a Mini ITX build where the Chassis fan connections on the motherboard are limited. Easy to pop in, so no complaints there!However, if your fans need a four prong connection, this only has 3. It will work just fine! The 4th pin is required to use software to control the speed of the fan, similar to the 4 prongs the CPU cooler requires. 4Budget PWM fan splitter, but may require modification for accurate RPM reporting.If you find yourself running out of CHA FAN ports on your motherboard, or want to run liquid cooling radiators in push-pull configuration (with the same RPM for both fans), or simply don't have many PUS connectors to spare, then the StarTech 12-inch 4 Pin Fan Power Splitter Cable works well as it allows two fans to be plugged into a single motherboard port or PSU connector (which it is designed for).Pros--------Allows two fans to share a single motherboard port/PSU connector.The "12 cable length offers extra space for more cable management options.Cons--------This splitter has two tachometer leads, which means RPM monitoring software may not return an accurate result if they are plugged into the motherboard.The bright color scheme stands out against the rest of the internal computer components, making them somewhat difficult to conceal.Conclusion--------I use two of these splitters to pair my 4 front 120 mm fans, so they have the same RPM for optimal air flow through my case. I had to clip one of the tachometer leads on each one so that the fan controller software could accurately report their RPM (as this brand's splitter is designed primarily to plug into PSU connectors, not motherboard ports). When looking through the clear plastic on the side panel of my case, both of these splitters also instantly stand out against my black interior illuminated by blue and white LEDs, making them an eye sore. I recommend them, though, if you simply want to plug your fans into a single shared PSU connector. 4/5NOTE: if you want to plug your fans into a motherboard port, I recommend using a brand's splitter with the second tachometer lead already disconnected and the leads discreetly concealed (such as Silverstone Tek Sleeved PWM Fan Splitter Cable (CPF01)).4Works as extension cable, but doesn't wear well.Connections don't hold very well after being unplugged and plugged back in a few times. I bought two of these and the first one got loose so quickly, I threw it away.If you are purchasing these for their intended purpose, as stationary PC fan extension cables, they will be fine. But if you're in the market for cables you can occasionally disconnect, look elsewhere.4Nifty solution for my PC Fan Problems I wanted to pull my fans off the I/O board and onto my motherboard, but there weren't enough places to plug them all in. I bought two of these 12 inch power splitter cables, and it took less than 5 minutes to reconnect my fans. The 12 inch length was perfect for my enormous Dell XPS 630 computer case. I even added another fan to suck air out the rear of the case. Everything is working just fine. The quality of the cables seems comparable to the ones already installed in my computer. This was a simple inexpensive way to solve my 4 pin fan cable problems. 5Used for a Dashcam, Does excatly what its supposed to do.Fit perfect, kind of expensive for a little bit of plastic and some wires but it was exactly what I needed to hookup a dashcam without splicing a bunch of wires.5Good Splitters, Inexpensive, Quality, Usable as a single-path extension cord & with 3-pin connectorsThese splitters are of typical good quality, not as flimsy and damageable as many I've received in the bundles of little parts that sometimes comes with hardware purchases such as motherboards or cases.Note that you can use one of these just as an extension cord alone, but given that it has the capability of yielding two power sources from one source, it is especially useful, and especially if you are buying it to have an extra power cable for unknown future purposes (which might require a splitter, or might simply require an extension).If you use only one of the two output cables, you'll want to remember to tie up the unused wire very securely to keep it from getting into other stuff such as fans inside your case or coming to rest upon a very scalding hot chip that could melt the insulation of any such cable.In fact, the length of these wires is such that whether you use both output cables or just one, you'd likely be better off tying excess cable length to make it so that it won't cause problems if moving around inside later, not only when you might move your computer, but even just from the vibrations caused by internal fans (to which these cables would presumably be attached). Of course, you don't want to tie it off so tightly that there is pressure upon the connectors, nor so much that you cannot easily plug and unplug it. But I suggest looking carefully, and even moving the cable around after you connect everything but before you close up your case to discover all the ways it might move to undesirable locations (&, as noted, remember that the surfaces of some chips get quite extremely hot ! So it's not just moving parts you have to avoid).The length is likely more than most people would even need. I have a full tower, and they are long enough to reach all the many fan locations my case offers. But, of course, longer is better given the flexibility it offers to have extra length, and given that you can't know all possible future needs you might apply this splitter/extension to fulfill (and given that you will surely wisely tie up any potentially problematic slack).These are 4-pin connectors, but you can use 3-pin connections to them. Just be sure to line up the colors of the wires to make sure the signals on each of the pins are what you want. For the connector on your motherboard (which likely lacks color), look for a word or a little tiny triangle/pointer, which will indicate "pin 1" normally or otherwise will inform you as to how to make sure the signals are lined up properly. Whether or not you can use 3-pin cables/connectors (attached to this 4-pin splitter cable) to successfully carry the signals necessary to use power management functions is something I've seen people say is possible, and I've seen others say it isn't. I haven't tried that yet, but of course, if you have the capability of using only 4-pin cables & connectors in your power signal paths, just do that and the question is moot. If for some reason, you want to use power management functions to control the speed of your fan, &/or to turn the fan on & off, based on the temperature inside your computer or of your CPU, etc., and you are constrained to using a 3-pin connector in the path, I would guess that if it's possible to do with 3-pin cables and connectors, then it'd be possible with these 4-pin ones on this product, after properly lining up your connections, of course.One last note: the connectors are enclosed, whereas some you could buy have the pins much more exposed. I prefer these connectors, keeping everything more protected and secure. It also looks nicer than the bare-bones connector types, in my opinion.5Y-Cable for the Aquaero 6 ControllerI am building a liquid-cooled computer with the Aquacomputer's Aquaero 6 Controller. In order to control and monitor several pieces of equipment in the computer (2x MPS 400 flow sensors, 2x D5 pumps, 3x PowerAdjust3), The Controller has only two "high" ports to connect these pieces of equipment (the second "high" port on the Controller is because I have the Real-Time installed), so I needed to split the ports to allow five connections in total. And these 4-pin power splitters work perfectly for the application. BEWARE: many PWM Y-cables have the PWM-pin removed in the second-leg so that it will give a proper reading for the fans' RPM. However, I needed that leg for the Aquaero to function properly.Also, I ordered several of these 4-pin power splitter a few days ago and they were delivered to my front door this morning. Excellent service!!Of course, one can purchase the proper Y-cable for the Aquaero from an on-line computer retailers, but why pay more and wait a week for its delivery?5I needed one more spot for a fan so got ...I needed one more spot for a fan so got this which worked perfectly as it helped me have more room to pull of the side part of my tower (which has the 2 fans).5Worked well for my TeslaI need to tap power for my mirror mounted dashcam in the Model S. The is an un-used plug that has 12v in it, and this worked to plug into. You can find the video on YouTube - DA Eric - dashcam install5Used it to wirre dash cam in TeslaUsed it to connect to 12v connector for Dash Cam in Tesla Model S. Did exactly what I needed.5Works for 3 and 4 pin fansI bought this so I could connect my front intake fan on my Cooler Master HAF 912 to my motherboard (instead of being connected to my power supply) so I could have more control over it.Pros1. It reached where I needed it to reach with slack to spare. The HAF 912 is a mammoth case (even for a mid tower, it's huge). So it should be long enough for you.2. The front fan was a 3-pin and, obviously, this allows for 3-pin or 4-pin fans.3. It's cheap.Cons1. It's an add-on only item which means I had to go buy something else before I could order it. I got a new webcam. Kinda irritated but I didn't have a webcam for my desktop yet so I guess it pushed me in a direction I needed to go. Still though, add-on item only.2. The colors clash entirely with my case theme. It would be nice if they sold them in straight black. I get why they do them with the colors (different wires means different things) but still, it's not the most attractive cable.Since this is inside of a computer case, the looks weren't bad enough to deduct a star and I get why it's an add-on item. Who wants to give an Amazon Prime member free $5 shipping on a $5 cable eh? Anyway, This reached from my front fan's cable (which makes it to about the back of my HDD cage) to the top center of my motherboard with enough slack to tuck it away so it's not in the way. I'd recommend these to anyone who needs a fan extension.5
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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