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  1. So I currently have a ROG Motherboard that has a single ARGB 5v Header and I want to replace the PSU of my current rig since that part doesn't sync up with Asus Aura. Problem is that most of the PSU's require a second 5V ARGB Header which I lack and won't connect to the TT Sync Controller AFAIK. Currently, The TT Sync Controller controls all the lighting in my rig and is connected to the only 5V header on my Mobo however I'm looking at either Cooler Master's Addressable RGB Splitter Cable, XSPC 8 Way 3 Pin ARGB Splitter Hub & ROG Aura Terminal(Pricy and hard to obtain in my area) as potential ways to add more ARGB Connections to my rig without needing to buy a whole new board. That said, has anyone tried using any of these with the TT Sync Controller?
  2. Hi, I recently bought 3 Pure Plus fans connecting into my Asus Gaming-F x570 motherboard using the TT Sync Premium controller. I want to be able to control these the RGB using Asus Aura and PWM for the fan speed. In Bios, there are two options for controlling the fans - PWM and using 12v power, but when I switch from 12v to PWM the RGB lights of the fans start flickering. I am not sure how to get around this... Using 12v mode In Windows, Aura works just fine but I cannot use Asus AI Suite 3 to control the fan curves either as they are not present. Any ideas how to get around this? 20191220_175718.mp4
  3. I've recently ordered those Pacific RGB fittings from Thermaltake and i've inspected their structure. Apparently it's just BRG+... no fancy digital control, so making them compatible with Asus Aura should be easy, right? Well, that's why i'm making this post, because i'm not 100% sure how to make this. Asus Aura works with BRG+12V while the Fittings are powered with BRG+5V.... So theoretically i should be able to make one tiny adapter cable from PWM to RGB LED connector with a resistor on the + line, right? The thing is, since we get the option to daisychain them, i want to daisychain 4 fittings to one connector and i'm not exactly sure about the maths for the resistor. Can someone with proper knowledge of electronics help me out, please? From what i can see the LEDs are connected in parallel on one of those ring pcbs with each color channel for each led having a 330 Ohm resistor. I assume the LEDs are SMD 1616 RGB LEDs with a 25mA max on each color channel? So that roughly accounts for a 5V input. The controller box is hooked up to the 5V line of the molex connector, so i'm pretty sure it's BRG5V Now to my problem.... how do i make the adapter cable if i want to daisychain four of those fittings to one BRG12V connector?
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