3-Pin Extension, 30 cm, Single Sleeve $3.5325 in stock
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Nanoxia 3-Pin Extension, 30 cm, Single Sleeve
The Nanoxia 3-Pin Extension cable - From their high quality sleeved cable series
- Extends the reach of your 3-pin fans
- High quality, individually sleeved cables
- Braided cables help achieve a neat cabling solution for the internals of your PC
This 3-Pin extension cable originates from the Nanoxia sleeved cable series. The cable is 30cm long and the individual wires are covered with a single, black nylon braided sleeve.
This type of extension cable is used to extend the reach of your 3-pin fans and are ideal for use in large PC cases where a standard fan lead may not reach the motherboard or fan controller.
|Cable Type||3-pin extension|
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