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Gelid RGB Splitter Cables

Designed for RGB enthusiasts to facilitate connection of numerous RGB fans or strips.

Features

  1. Excellent way of adding more RGB devices to your system
  2. Supplied with male plug adapters
  3. Compatible with 12V and 5V (A)RGB devices

The Gelid RGB Splitters allow you can easily expand one RGB or Addressable RGB (ARGB) header on your motherboard/controller to connect to multiple RGB devices, it’s even possible to daisy chaining multiple splitters altogether. Compatible with all standard 12V RGB and 5V Addressable RGB (ARGB) fans or strips. Features ultra durable cabling for extended longevity and Male Plug Adapters for seamless installation. The above images show the Male plugs installed, product comes with plugs uninstalled.


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Specifications1-to-6 RGB Splitter1-to-4 RGB Splitter
Model numberCA-RGB-02 CA-RGB-01
ColourBlack Black
Cable Length (mm)300 300
Input1x 4-pin Female RGB Connector 1x 4-pin Female RGB Connector
Output6x 4-pin Female RGB Connector 4x 4-pin Female RGB Connector
Included7 x Male Plug Adapters 5 x Male Plug Adapters
Warranty24 months 24 months
Specifications1-to-6 RGB Splitter1-to-4 RGB Splitter
Model numberCA-RGB-02 CA-RGB-01
ColourBlack
Cable Length (mm)300
Input1x 4-pin Female RGB Connector
Output6x 4-pin Female RGB Connector 4x 4-pin Female RGB Connector
Included7 x Male Plug Adapters 5 x Male Plug Adapters
Warranty24 months

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