Phanteks PWM Fan Hub

CCL Code: ACC1634
Manufacturer Code: PH-PWHUB_01
Manufacturer: Phanteks

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Phanteks PWM fan hub has 6 fan headers allowing for up to 12 fans or 30 watts of consumed power. The package also includes 2 3-pin splitters for a total of 8 connections without needing to purchase additional splitters. Mounting can be done on any Enthoo Series case with the provided screws or any other case using the universal mounting strips.

The Phanteks PWM Fan Hub is capable of powering up to *11x fans (3-pin) through PWM modulation, while occupying only 1x 4-pin header of your motherboard per Fan Hub. At the same time this Fan Hub also keeps your chassis interior clean and tidy by centralizing all your fan cables. The PWM hub comes with pre-drilled mounting holes for easy installation to your Enthoo cases and also Velcro strips for use with other chassis. Power LED illuminates the Phanteks Logo when the PWM hub is powered on.

Key Features

Internal SSD/HDD Mount No
Screw Pack No
Lighting Kits No
Tool Kits and Testers No
Noise Damping and Insulation No


Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer Phanteks
Manufacturer Code PH-PWHUB_01
UPC 886523300045
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Phanteks
Manufacturer Code PH-PWHUB_01

Do you have you a question about the Phanteks PWM Fan Hub?

Q: Does all the cables come with the fan hub? just wondering if i need to buy cables if so could you send me a link to what i need
Answer by Website User on 17th September 2018
Yes this hub does come with the cables as pictured. - Matthewt
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Q: Im looking for a way to control the speed of the case fans in my computer but sadly dont have enough headers, would this be able to do what i require? i noticed a 4pin cpu plug and was wondering if this controlled the speed of the rest of the fans?
Answer by Website User on 9th May 2016
This uses a single 4-pin fan header from the motherboard, I believe all connected fans would be run to the same speed of whatever it is set to in the BIOS. -Danlevan
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5 / 5 1 review

Benjamin Helm

10 months ago

Nice small easy to use fan hub