|Item model number||SST-CPF04-USA|
|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.13 x 0.75 x 1.57 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.13 x 0.75 x 1.57 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Date First Available||January 25, 2019|
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SilverStone Technology Silverstone 8-Port PWM Fan Hub/Splitter for 4-Pin & 3-Pin Fans in Black SST-CPF04-USA (Newest Version)
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||2.13 x 0.75 x 1.57 inches|
|Power Connector Type||4-Pin|
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- 1-to-8 PWM connectors
- 2200μF capacitor provides stable voltage
- Support speed detection for accurately controlling fans
- PWM 4pin header x 8, compatible with 3pin cable (Speed control function is unavailable for 3 pin fans. Attached 3 pin fans will run at maximum RPM).
- Compact size at only 54mm (W) x 19mm (H) x 40mm (D). Included 3M adhesive to apply anywhere within your case.
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SilverStone CPF04 System Cable is designed for enthusiasts with need for controlling numerous system fans. It is capable of expanding one motherboard PWM fan header to support up to eight fans. Powered directly by SATA cable from the computer power supply and filtered through a built-in 2200μF capacitor, the CPF04 system cable can provide clean, stable voltage to any fan for optimal performance. Equipped with speed detection* sensors for accurately controlling eight PWM fans simultaneously, it is an excellent solution for system fan expansion. *Fan will not start unless SATA power cable is connected. Speed detection and PWM speed control are functional only when motherboard is connected. *Speed control function is unavailable for 3 pin fans.
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Everyone else who actually wants to control their fan speeds, this is a worthless circuit box.
I figured this was due to the power requirements to push 4x NF-A14 iPPC 2000 and I was correct. Once I replaced the splitter with this powered PWM hub, I then suddenly had full control.
Note: Certain motherboards CAN push more than 1x PWM fan off a single header (using splitters), so you probably want to check if you need one of these first. However, if you do need one, this is a great solution. It's tiny, versatile and not very expensive. Nearly all controllers on Amazon cost as much or more than the Silverstone hub.
Note: This controller was not made to control 3-pin fans, while it will support them, you have no control over their speed. Other controllers have better 3-pin support, so look around if you need a 3-pin hub. Or else you are going to be really annoyed when you find that you can't control them!
However, on my system, GA-990XA-UD3 bios F14e
The SilverStone 1-to-8 PWM Fan Hub does supply power to all the headers, but speed control on the any of the 8 headers did not work with my 4 pin PWM motherboard connections with the bios set to PWM control.
Although this unit does supply full power to all the fans attached to it the only fan that does use the PWM speed detection is the one connected to the single header with the glossy finish. On my system the single speed detection header did not function with any of the headers. I tried several working PWM fans and different PWM connectors on the motherboard. Each and every time the fan would be controlled correctly plugged directly into the motherboard but adding the SilverStone inline resulted in a fixed speed. In the case of the CPU fan capable of 6000 rpms, the fan being fed via the single glossy header on the Silverstone 1-t0-8 or (any other header) remained at about half the maximum speed even as the cpu temperatures increased. Using the 4 pin PWM system fan connector on the motherboard gave similar results.
Ironically afterwards, I did find reviews with the same results, unfortunately those reviews are not voted up toward the top by the individuals that vote on reviewers.
Tried plugging this hub into the CPU fan header, as well as several other case fan headers. All produce the exact same result.
System: MSI Z390 AC Gaming Edge motherboard with i9 9900k @ 5ghz all core, 32gb Gskill 3000 CL15 RAM
GPU: MSI Radeon VII 19.5.2 (only driver that allow me to overclock) that runs over 2.2 ghz on the core and 1300 on the HBM memory (using MSI afterburner set power to +20%, core to 1900, HBM ram to 1200, set voltage to 1150mv because I got a bad chip...default voltage was 1113mv out of the box brand new from Frys), EKWB GPU & CPU water blocks + 360mm & 280mm Radiators.
The (4) fans plugged into the hub run at full speed all the time. In the BIOS the fans dont have a reported speed. They show 0 RPMs but they are spinning at full speed. Plugging each fan into any of the headers directly does correctly report the fan RPM and does allow setting the fan curve.
Should you buy this? My answer: If you dont have enough fan headers, and dont mind your fans running at full speed all the time, this will work. I am going to leave it in my system because I play at 4k and it pushes the GPU and I want maximum cooling. BIOS Fan speed control is only based on CPU temp or system temp. There is no option to control fans based on GPU temp. MY CPU stays in the high 40s to the mid 50s when gaming. These new Noctua fans are significantly quieter than the Vardar fans that came with the EKWB 360mm Classic system so I dont mind them at full speed.
Basically all fans run at MAX RPM no matter what. Tested with Corsair ML120 fans. Going to get rid of this and instead connect each fan to their own header and call it a day. I don't recommend this product if you have high RPM fans. The noise is insane.
And yes I set them up correctly, either fans or mobo don't play nice with it or the product just doesn't do what it's supposed to do
The hub has two cables, one is to plug into sata power from the psu, the other is to plug into a fan header on the motherboard. I have this cable plugged into my cpu fan header, which is a 4 pin and can adjust fan speeds according to the temps of the cpu. I then connected my cpu cooler to the glossy port on the hub and the rest of my 4 pin fans to the other non-glossy ports. The result is my fans run normally while idle and speed up when the cpu temps increase. I have not tried to adjust individual fan speeds, so I cannot say if this works or not for that use case. I use whatever stock fan curve the mobo is set to.
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OJO NO PUEDES CONECTAR EL VENTILADOR DE TU CPU A ESTE PUERTO YA QUE TU PC NO VA A ENCENDER. Fuera de ahi puedes conectar cualquier otro ventilador y te funcionara bien.
Sinon le produit est bon. Plutôt dure à battre le raport qualité/ prix.