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  1. Hey there! It is weird, but from what I can tell, it just needs to be connected to that +5v header next to the +12v. What partially threw me off is the word “strip” which I differentiated from “fan” header. I also didn’t like the fact that the cable will not stay on the addressable header well at all. It is extremely loose. Is that just normal or is there a way to address that? These are the questions I’m asking. Let me know how things go! I much appreciate it.
  2. Will connecting the fans through a PWM chord that are then connected to a controller powered through SATA solve the problem? In your opinion, should I just look for more compatible products? Here is the manual: https://www.thermaltake.com/db/support/usermanual/_da58e99165ab4dae9260f44773928e0c.pdf
  3. I have the Asus Hero Maximus XI motherboard. I got the Thermaltake Water 3.0 ARGB Motherboard Sync Edition 360 Intel/AMD All-in-One Liquid Cooling System 120mm High Efficiency Radiator CPU Cooler, and I also got Thermaltake Pure Plus 12 RGB TT Premium Edition 120mm fans. Will I be able to use all the features as intended? I’ve become confused because I can’t figure out where I’m supposed to connect the mainboard signal bridge cable on my motherboard. The mainboard signal bridge cable says that it is +5V D, but my motherboard ADD.HEADER says that it is +12V. Can the fans be connected directly to the motherboard? There are also 4 pins on the motherboard for the AIO Pump, but the included cable is for three pins. Does this constitute a compatibility issue? Thank you in advance for your response.
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