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FRONTPAGE Noctua Launches NA-FH1 Eight Channel PWM Fan Hub

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Nov 1, 1998
Noctua has just launched the NA-FH1 eight-channel PWM fan hub. Unlike most fan hubs, the NA-FH1 features circuitry designed to provide a more accurate readout while protecting against overcurrent. The hub works with 4-pin PWN and 3-pin voltage-controlled connectors and has a maximum output of 54 Watts when powered by SATA. The Noctua NA-FH1 PWM fan hub is available on Amazon for $34.90.
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Just out of curiosity, when it lists "up to 54w off a SATA power connector", is it hard limited to just under 7w per port, or can you hook up 4 fans that pull a full amp each?
Good question. I'm not sure of the specifics for this one but I know 54W is the cap for SATA power. I think it's sage to assume it's sage to pull 1A from each connector as that's what MBs do too.
Really this could be a fun experiment. Just someone slamming on the thing.

Like I trust Noctua enough that I'd put an amp through one of their controllers, I'd just want it tested first.
It does list that it has overcurrent protections so I would guess the fans would throttle, either completely off or limited power.