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Splicing Link Cables ...

Splicing Link Cables ...

I really wish Corsair had an official solution for this beyond "use the 4 point hub" but, alas, they don't. 

For my 2500X build, I had a wire left that was visible. I found that icky. After all, it's a Link build. They should all be hidden (or nearly so). I didn't have a hub handy but I did have a splitter cable. Unfortunately, it wasn't quite long enough to reach both the bottom fans and the side fans in a way that avoided showing cables. Plus they don't have a 90 degree connector. 

This is how I fixed it. (Sort by Caption to go in order ...)

DISCLAIMER: DO NOT TRY THIS UNLESS YOU ARE WILLING TO TAKE A RISK! 

This procedure is not supported by, recommended by, or encouraged by Corsair or, perhaps, anyone of sound mind. I have little doubt that these kinds of antics will void your warranty. The officially supported method to do this would be to use the 4-port splitter. 

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