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Old 08-14-2018, 12:48 PM
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Default AX1600i, Sata and a lot of LL-Fans

Hey guys,

another question. As I stated in another thread I am planing to build a new system on a Corsair base and wanted to utilize the 1000D as well as a ton of Corsair LL fans + 5 Sata SSD/HDD-Drives.

My question is:

Due to the 1600i only havin 5 SATa power connectors and my choice of drives, will I have enough Sata on the PSU for the drives and approximately 21 fans.

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Old 08-14-2018, 12:56 PM
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According to this: https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Power/.../CP-9020087-NA you have 16 SATA connectors with the AX1600.

You'll need 5 for the drives, 1 for the Commander Pro (CoPro) that comes with the case, 4 more for the fan hubs and at least 1 more for an additional Lighting Node Pro. That's a total of 11 at a minimum. Of course, additional items will require more but you still have capacity. Furthermore, you can always get more cables.
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Old 08-14-2018, 02:05 PM
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Thank you for the information,

then there seems to be an error at the german price-comparison-site I consulted. They only list 5 x SATA.

Thx again for the heads-up! Appreciate it!

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You will have more than enough. Sounds like a crazy build you have going, post pics when you finish!
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My Sandy-Bridge-E has well earned its retirement.

Actually it wasn't my idea, but I got tempted by the Riptide-Buildlog from Paul'sHardware. You guys did well sponsoring it.

You've got yourself a customer :-)

But I'll have to wait until mid september, because of relocation and availability of the Threadripper 2950x in Germany.

I'll keep you posted!

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