NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub Review

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NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub

NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub Review

When building your rig one of the more important things that are overlooked is cable management and being able to do that while getting power to your fans. Let me introduced the NZXT Grid 10 channel fan hub that is about the size of a box of matches. While this device comes in a small package it does some pretty big things to help keep your cable management in order.

NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub

NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub

Let us look at the back story of this product real quick. NZXT originally introduced an integrated fan hub in their Switch 810 and Phantom 630 cases to offer builders a superior way to both help with cable management and be able to power all of their fans in one convenient place. The NZXT Grid was produced so that anyone would be able to take advantage of this. Also the new NZXT H630 offers an integrated fan hub controller and you can read Dorkstar’s review of the case here.

NZXT Grid Features and Specifications

Model Number AC-GRID-10-M1
Dimensions 42mm x 56mm x 17mm
Material Plastic, Acrylic, PCB
Fan Connector 3-Pin (2x 4-Pin with included extensions)
Finish Matte black
Included Accessories 5x Zipties
2x 3-Pin Female to 4-Pin Male Extension
1x Molex to 3-Pin Female
1x 3-Pin Male to 3-Pin Male
LED Color White
Form Factor Slim Profile
UPC 815671011510
EAN 5060301690763
Connections 1x Molex / 1x 3-Pin Male
Cable Finish Black Rubber
Maximum Combined Wattage 30 Watts
Mounting 3M Dual Lock
Warranty 2 Years

Included in the Box

NZXT Grid
(2) 3-pin female fan connector to 4-pin male fan connector
(1) 3-pin female fan connector to 3-pin female fan connector
(1) 3-pin female fan connector to 4-pin Molex connector
Instruction Manuel
(2) 3M Dual Lock Pads
(5) Zip Ties
NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub

NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub

NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub

NZXT Grid 10 Channel Fan Hub

Head on over to the next page for first impressions, installation, and my conclusion!

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2 Comments

  1. “If you are using a fan controller then you can connect your Grid to it and not have this issue since it can draw power from it.”
    Exactly what kind of fan controller are you talking about that can actually power and control the speed of 10 fans from one, single connector?
    I’m not saying such a device exists or not, I’d just be far more interested in such a fan controller than this NZXT Grid.

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