Case fans and cable splitting Tags: Heatsinks Cases Cable Overclocking Last response: July 6, 2011 2:51 PM in Overclocking Share Unfath July 6, 2011 11:26:18 AM Could any one please tell me if you can use a molex cable splitter, such as to power 2 case fans from 1 source? Also, going into a bit more complication, can you firstly convert an IDE socket to Molex, and then use the splitter? Thanks in advance More about : case fans cable splitting Motopsychojdn a c 190 K Overclocking July 6, 2011 2:51:13 PM Yes you could use one of those or daisychain fans off molex lines fine Ide is a data interface, not a power source though did you mean a sata plug>molex>splitter? if so, http://www.amazon.co.uk/SATA-to-Molex-Power-Adapter/dp/... might be your option, then the splitter Moto Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedSplitting case fans? Forum Case fan splitting Forum SolvedQuery about 4-pin molex cable to handle case fans Forum SolvedSplitting cable (revisited) Forum SolvedSplitting Cable to new home addition and networking therein Forum SolvedCase Fan Cable doesn't fit Motherboard Connectors. Forum SolvedCase Fan cable touching the back of my GPU Forum Case fans not working when molex cable connected to mobo Forum Cables too short for Case Fans. Forum SolvedCase Fan Molex Cable Pin Broken Forum SolvedWill a Peripheral cable from PSU work with a Case Fan's Molex Cable? Forum Splitting a cable line for internet and TV? Forum Ethernet Port Splitting Options For Net-book File Sharing if no crossover cable Forum SolvedCan I split my coaxial cable before the modem and use two modems at the same time? Forum Case fan cable Forum Cable Splitting with Sky Plus Forum Splitting a Cat 5 cable Forum SolvedPc turns on for a split second, then shut down, fans only spin once Forum Melted fan controller cord, now I need cables to connect case fans/PSU Forum Splitting a cat 6 cable Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !