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  1. Currently, the options are to have Thermaltake's software control lights and fans via the included controller or use the TT Sync Controller to have motherboard software control the lights and the BIOS control the fans. The TT Sync Controller connects up to 3 PWM headers on the motherboard for control of the fans. It looks like the Aquaero 6 XT uses PWM headers to signal the fans. Hypothetically, I don't see why you couldn't run PWM cables between the Aquaero 6XT and TT Sync controller and accomplish your goal.
  2. You cannot. The TT Sync Controller is a separate, standalone purchase. The TT Sync Controller has 9 fan ports. Also note that you will not be able to control the fans peed via software anymore. You BIOS will control it, so you will have to connect the TT Sync Controller not only to a 5V RGB header but also a PWM header on your motherboard.
  3. The Riing Duo fans have two rings of Addressable LEDs: one ring of 6 in the fan blade hub and one ring of 12 on the inside of the fan casing where the fan blades extend to. The Riing Trio fans have three rings of Addressable LEDs: one ring of 6 in the fan blade hub, one ring of 12 on the front of the fan that surrounds the fan blades, and one ring of 12 on the back that surrounds the fan blades. So you are looking at 18 LEDs on the Duo and 30 on the Triio. The Trios released before the Duos. They are labeled as radiator fans due to a focus on making them have high static pressure vs air flow. Static pressure performance refers to how good it does when pushing air against an object, such as fan grates or the fins of a radiator. While air flow is concentrated on how well it moves air in free space. There is no reason you can not use these for case fans, there just may be fans out there that do the job better.
  4. Yes. It has a 9 pin USB 2.0 header that is designed to be plugged into one of Thermaltake's controllers.
  5. You cannot connect the 5V signal cable to the 12V header. This will fry your components. 12V headers operate via analogue signal and 5V headers are digital signals. The fans will not be able to directly connect either. Unless you can find some sort of PCI/PCIE expansion card to provide a 5V header, it sounds like you will not be able to connect this product to your motherboard.
  6. I would try an uninstall and reinstall of the application. When you do the uninstall, go into C:\Users\<your_login>\AppData and in the folders Local, LocalLow, and Roaming delete out any folders related to the software (most likely in a folder named TT). Then do a reinstall. If that doesn't work I would move to an RMA on the controller.
  7. With the TT Sync controller you will need to connect it to PWM headers on your motherboard and the BIOS will control the fan speeds.
  8. As far as I understand, the TT Sync conntroller does not have any options built in; it is an interface/translator so that motherboard lighting software can control Thermaltake products. You cannot "share" effects between controllers. Being you have both controllers already I would recommend you try out both. Hook everything up to one controller, explore the options, then switch to the other and do the same. See what you prefer. Just remember that with the TT sync controller you cannot use Thermaltake's software. You will use your motherboard software for the lighting and then run PWM cables between the TT sync controller and your motherboard fan headers to control fan speed.
  9. There are quite a few lighting effects with the included controller. The software doesn't have a proper guide anywhere, though. So you'll have to do some tinkering and possibly look through the forums get everything figured out.
  10. There is another thread where someone asked about running two Sync Controllers each on their own 5V header, and I believe a Thermaltake representative replied, but I cannot recall where it was. It sounded like it was possible. My understanding is that the LED limit is per 5V header. So each 5V header would support the 130 (or however much it was) addressable LEDs. So in theory if you had two TT Sync controllers you could plug each into a 5V header and have the ability to control 260 addressable LEDs. If you do have two 5V headers, contact ASUS support and get some insight from them about it before moving forward. As for trying to connect two Sync Controllers to one 5V header. The thread I linked showed how a member was able to have the signal properly split and sent to two TT Sync controllers. They had more than 9 fans, but my thought is that being your 9 Trios will have too many LEDs, if you split them between two controllers it should pan out. Though I'm guessing you'll lose some individuality of the fans; everything applied to port 1 on controller 1 would be applied to port 1 on controller 2, for example. You may want to contact the member who made that post for more details. I'm not sure what you mean by connect a sync controller and fan hub? Do you mean the included 5 port fan hub with the controller?
  11. I can't find the source for it, but I know I have seen that Asus Aura Sync is limited to around 130 addressable LEDs per header. So you could try two Sync Controllers on two 5V headers, if your motherboard has two. If not, you may find this thread useful (see post 13): The five port controllers included with the Riing Trio fans are able to be daisy chained (the software can use up to 16 of those controllers). I'm assuming you're ordering three of the 3 packs. You should only need to use two controllers, then. When using the included controllers you must use Thermaltake's software for controlling the lights and fan speeds.
  12. I looked up the RGB Fan Commander, and it doesn't have the same connectors as the Riing Trio fans. The Riing Trio (and the rest of their addressable RGB products) use a 9 pin USB 2.0 header connector. You will still need to get the TT Sync 9 port controller to be able to control the lights with Gigabyte's software.
  13. Judging by your screenshot, it looks like you need to go to the non used ports, in the software, and set them to off. The software does not detect unused ports on its own. Do this for both controllers. That should make your warning go away. I don't own the Trios, so I'm not experienced with how they work. But it appears to me you can cycle through the 3 light rings with the numbers just above the light mode. Do you have to set the light mode per ring, maybe? If that doesn't work, try changing the port that the problem fan on each set is in and see if the problem stays with the same fan.
  14. All of their individually addressable LED fans: Riing Plus, Pure Plus, Riing Duo, Riing Trio. To control their lighting with Asus Aura Sync you will need to buy the TT Sync Controller ,which is sold separately from the fans. This will support up to nine of their products. To control the fans speeds you will need to plug the TT Sync Controller into PWM connectors on your motherboard. This controller will not allow you to use Thermaltake's software for the fans at all.
  15. Hello, Set fan 1 to your desired color and effect, then set the other fans to Copy Color effect. After that, hit the save button in the upper right corner and everything should synchronize. The 'RGB' tab you mentioned is actually the button for synchronizing your Thermaltake Products with Razer Chroma. The software really needs some sort of built in guide to explain things. There are a lot of nuances that aren't mentioned in any of their help videos either. Let me know if you need further assistance.
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