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Are my 4-pin power cables from my power supply to allow for chaining together?

I recently purchased a new power supply for my PC and then connect my case I have 5 fans ran out of the 4-pin connectors coming from the power supply itself. My fans have a connector male and female 4-pin so my question is what was done to allow for chaining to a power supply connector or so simple as an adapter if u want female and the male for a single connection?

You can "chain" together. I have a couple of fans and in my own system.


Bestsupplier 100 Pcs Single Row 40Pin 2.54mm Male Pin Header Connector


Bestsupplier 100 Pcs Single Row 40Pin 2.54mm Male Pin Header Connector


$8.99


NOTICE:The “Bestsupplier” seller is the only authorized seller, we do not sell wholesale so there should be NO other sellers; Any other sellers are illegally selling their own products using our registered Trademarked company name. In this listing, purchasing from any seller other than “Bestsupplier” will result in a potentially faulty product that may be unsafe and cause injury. Please be sure to…

Motorola HKLN4455 CLP Single Pin Non-Adjustable PTT Earpiece (Black)


Motorola HKLN4455 CLP Single Pin Non-Adjustable PTT Earpiece (Black)


$20.92


Comfortable for extended wear, this compact and durable accessory allows users to receive communication discreetly. Includes an easy-to-access inline push-to-talk for convenient communication….







Gikfun 1 x 40 Pin 2.54mm Single Row Breakaway Male Pin Header for Arduino (Pack of 10pcs) EK1530


Gikfun 1 x 40 Pin 2.54mm Single Row Breakaway Male Pin Header for Arduino (Pack of 10pcs) EK1530


$9.28


10pcs Yellow 1 x 40pin 2.54mm Single Row Breakaway Male Pin Header for Arduino…

Crucial 16GB Single DDR3L 1600 MT/s (PC3L-12800) 204-Pin SODIMM Memory - CT204864BF160B


Crucial 16GB Single DDR3L 1600 MT/s (PC3L-12800) 204-Pin SODIMM Memory – CT204864BF160B


$156.49


CT204864BF160B is a single 16GB DDR3L 1.35V Notebook module that operates at speeds up to 1600 MT/s and has a CL11 latency. It is dual voltage and can operate at 1.35V or 1.5V. It is Unbuffered and is non-ECC. It conforms to the industry standard SODIMM layout of 204 pins and is compatible with computers that take DDR3L SODIMM memory….

Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2133 MT/s (PC4-17000) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin Laptop Memory - CT16G4SFD8213


Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 2133 MT/s (PC4-17000) DR x8 SODIMM 260-Pin Laptop Memory – CT16G4SFD8213


$124.95


CT16G4SFD8213 is a 16GB DDR4 Notebook module that operates at speeds up to 2133 MT/s and has a CL15 latency. It is an Unbuffered DIMM. It conforms to the industry standard DDR4 ECC UDIMM layout of 288 pins and is compatible with systems that take DDR4 2133MT/s SODIMM memory….

LEDENET 2 PIN Connector Box Adapter for 8mm Single Color 3528 SMD LED Strip Lighting Single Color (30-pack)


LEDENET 2 PIN Connector Box Adapter for 8mm Single Color 3528 SMD LED Strip Lighting Single Color (30-pack)


$9.99


Features: 1. Time-saving, easy to use—–To be able to easily connect your LED Strip 2. For 8mm width single color flexible LED strip. Package included: 30pcs * 8mm 2pin Connector box …

LED Strip Light Connector and Munting Bracket Kit, Screws included for 2-Pin 10mm Single Color LED Strip Lights


LED Strip Light Connector and Munting Bracket Kit, Screws included for 2-Pin 10mm Single Color LED Strip Lights


$9.99


Strip Light Connector Extension Strip Light Connector for Conductor 10mm Strip to Strip Jumper led strip connector fits LED chips with 10mm 2-pin wide strip Cut the strip on the cut line Compatible with 10mm SMD SINGLE COLOR LED Strip Lights Strip Light Gapless Connector (5 ‘L’+5 ‘H’) Reliable and easy to use solderless clasp connections COMPATIBLE with 10mm SINGLE COLOR LED light strips Strip Li…

EvZ 10PCS LED 5050 Single Colour Strip Light Connector 2 Pin Conductor 10 mm Wide Strip to Strip Jumper


EvZ 10PCS LED 5050 Single Colour Strip Light Connector 2 Pin Conductor 10 mm Wide Strip to Strip Jumper


$5.99


10 X 2Pin Connector, Easy To Use And Install. LED Strip Light 5050 Strip Connector For Conductor 10mm Strip to Strip Jumper Led Strip Connector. Fits 5050 LED Chips With 10mm 2Pin Wide Strip. Cut The Strip On The Cut Line, Splice The Ribbon Electrically With This Jumper And Bend The Wires 90 Degrees (Or Whatever Angle You Require), And Keep Going With The LED Strip. Wire Length: 14cm, Jumper Lengt…

JESLED 5 Pairs T8/T10/T12 Single Pin FA8 Holder Socket Tombstone for 8ft LED Fluorescent Tube Light Replacement Flameresistant Plunger Lampholder UL Listed


JESLED 5 Pairs T8/T10/T12 Single Pin FA8 Holder Socket Tombstone for 8ft LED Fluorescent Tube Light Replacement Flameresistant Plunger Lampholder UL Listed


$18.99


T8/T10/T12 lamp holder for T8/T10/T12 type FA8 TUBE lamps Features: 1. Flameresistant material. 2. Directly connect with the fluorescent & LED tube lamp. 3. Easy snap-in or slide-on installation. 4. Max Current: 4A Installation: Directly fixed the lock screw in the bottom. Applications: T8/T10/T12 type fluorescent & LED tube lamp, advertising light box and more Specification: 5 Pairs FA8 Sockets…

There are some shots in the game of bowling that most people will agree are just a pain in the backside to try to make. They may not all agree on the order of difficulty, which is why we’re not going to list these in any particular order except for the one that everyone agrees is the hardest, but they do agree that these shots give them more fits than a night out with a nun.

Oddly, one of the most difficult shots in the game for a right handed bowler is making the 10 pin. You would think that knocking down a single pin wouldn’t be that hard. But the problem is that, unlike all other one pin spares, the 10 pin has no room on the right side of the pin for missing it as it is right next to the gutter. You either have to hit it head on or slightly to the left. If you throw it too far right, your ball lands in the gutter. If you throw a hook ball, this makes it even more difficult as you can’t throw the ball out right of the 10 pin and let it hook back. It will end up in the gutter before you know it. This shot just gives right handers fits. For left handers, it’s the 7 pin, which has the same problem.

After the single pin shots, the next difficult double pin shot is when you have what they call double wood. That’s when you have one pin in back of another, such as the 2-8 or 3-9 shots. These are difficult because you have to hit the 2 or 3 pins dead on. If you hit them to the right or left, you won’t take out the pin behind it because the pin goes in one direction and the ball deflects in the other direction, leaving the pin behind standing and staring you in the face. This is another shot that gives all bowlers fits.

After these shots come the splits. Splits are where there is more than one pin standing on the lane with at least one space between them. Pros generally consider the easiest splits to be the baby splits, such as the 3-10 or 2-7. With these splits you have to place the ball just inside of the 2 pins that are standing. The ball will deflect off the first pin and into the second pin. These aren’t too difficult as far as splits go, but they do need pin point control.

There are splits, however, that are very difficult, such as the 5-7 or 5-10, which requires you hit the 5 pin into either the 7 or 10, depending on which pin is standing. The 5 pin must be hit in just the right spot in order to send it sailing into the other pin. There are other splits which are harder variations of this one such as the 4-10 or 6-7.

All bowlers agree that the hardest split to make is the dreaded 7-10 split. These pins are 180 degrees apart and because of this it is almost impossible to send one pin into the other. Most pro bowlers try to bounce one of the pins out of the pit in the back into the other pin. It is rare that this split is made, though it does happen.

Bowling can be a fun game. But with shots like these, it can be a real headache.

Michael Russell Your Independent guide to Bowling

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