Wouter

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  1. Hi Willy, Thank you so much for your reply. It's starting to make sence now :) So I don't need to use a aRGB aura header when I use this terminal/hub.
  2. Hi Willy, Do you have 1 or 2 aRBG headers on your board? You connected the asus terminal to 1 aRGB header on the board and the mf120 r argb set to another argb header on the board?
  3. The thing is, I could not find any details on how exaclty the CM controller works. I have checked the manual (here) but no real luck. Nowhere is described what to do when you buy multiple fans sets (sold per 3 fans incl controller) but only have 1 aRBG on you motherboard. When looking at the manual it seems that I can split up to 5 fans per port? So if I have 3 ports on a controller. Can I control 15 aRBG things? I just not seem to get how this works When I look at your link (thank you!) I see this: ROG Aura Terminal Addressable RGB Controller features four-ports for controlling up to 210 addressable RGB LEDs What does this mean? The individual lights? That's fine and all, but nowhere does it state how many connections this means. Can I use 1 device with up to 210 leds or can I connect 10 with 21 (using splitters)? I wish Asus and/or CM would just have a manual or something explaining this in details. When you understand the logic everything else should be easy.
  4. Thats a molex connector. You could connect this to you powersupply (before satapower this was standard) instead of connecting to your motherboard. It will run your fans on 100% constant but it should work. 3 fans on 1 fanconnector should be fine, but some (old) boards would have problems to supply enough power so they added a molex connector. Maybe the RBG power however comes from it? It can't hurt to connect it and test. Worst thing would be 100% fans speeds. In which case you could disconnect it again.
  5. Hello, Could anyone explain to me how many aRBG devices (in this case, fans) I can connect to Asus Aura while keeping full functionality (aRBG and RPM). And how would I connect this? Do I split or is it some type of daisy chain?(I know this is used for RGB, but aRGB?) I am getting a Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic (White) and need to get in the aRGB game I have been building PC's for many years but this is new for me. I have the following motherboard: Asus ROG Strix X470-F It has the following connections: 1 x Aura Addressable Strip Header(s) 2 x Aura RGB Strip Header(s) 1 x CPU Fan connector(s) 1 x CPU OPT Fan connector(s) 3 x Chassis Fan connector(s) 1 x AIO_PUMP connector 1 x W_PUMP+ connector This means I have 1 aRBG connector, right? I would like to buy: 1x Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB (which has 3 fans +coolblock aRGB) 3 or 6x Cooler Master MasterFan MF120R ARGB This means I would have up to 9 fans +1 coolblock and I would get 3 CM controllers included. Can I connect this? If yes how? If no, how many can I connect? Thanks!