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  1. Cool, I found the cable, cable F. I plugged it into my motherboard and checked the voltage-out setting, it was set to default 5V (can be switched to 12V). I plugged the other end of the cable into the port you mentioned and using the Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2 application, I am now able to control the fan LEDs. Thank you so much!
  2. I was just in the Chassis forum and there is like 100 spam posts there which have been there for 1 week in some cases and no one is removing them? Is it safe to be logged in here?
  3. I have the following setup: ThermalTake Level 20 MT ARGB Mid Tower Chassis Case Gigabyte B360M AORUS Gaming 3 Intel 8th Gen Motherboard The current setup is that the ThermalTake LED controller board controls all three fans on the front of the case, and I believe these are digital LED fans, and the only way to control the fan colours is by pressing the RGB switch at the top of the case. I've found out that I can hold this switch for 3 seconds and it is supposed to switch over to software control, but since it's not connected to the motherboard, the fan LEDs are off. My motherbo
  4. I have the Thermaltake 650W Smart Pro RGB Fully Modular 80+ Bronze Power Supply and would like to know if I can control the RGB LEDs in the power supply via software?
  5. I have the Thermaltake Level 20 MT ARGB Mid Tower Chassis Case and was wondering if I can control the fan RGB colours via software? Currently I can change the colours via the front switch but would like to see if I can use the CPU temperature to change the fan colours.
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