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NA-SAC5 S-ATA to 4-pin Power Adaptor Cable €7.93
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Noctua NA-SAC5 S-ATA to 4-pin Power Adaptor Cable

The NA-SAC5 is a clever little cable that converts a S-ATA power connect to a 4-pin fan header.


  1. S-ATA to 4-pin adaptor
  2. Simple to install
  3. Provides an extra 4-pin fan header

The NA-SAC5 is a fully sleeved S-ATA to 4-pin power adaptor cable. It is compatible with both 3-pin and 4-pin fans and allows them to be powered directly from the power supply’s S-ATA connectors. Combined with the NA-SYC1 y-cables (available separately), it is ideal for powering multiple high-wattage fans without risking damage to the motherboard fan header.

ConnectorS-ATA power to 4-Pin fan header
Pack contentsNA-AC5 S-ATA to 4-pin power adaptor cable for fans
Warranty72 months
EAN barcode9010018200263
ConnectorS-ATA power to 4-Pin fan header
Pack contentsNA-AC5 S-ATA to 4-pin power adaptor cable for fans
Warranty72 months
EAN barcode9010018200263

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