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  1. I have a Thermaltake level 20 mt argb case, I want to control case fan speed so, tell me how to control fan speed with connector details. Motherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Ultra Z390
  2. Hi iv been trying to get around this rgb lighting stuff and i think i might have figured it out i was hopeing someone here can confirm if my idea would work iv been looking into a way to hook up 12 ring trio fans to my motherboard which is a msi z390m gaming edge AC and get past the led limitation of the board and sync them with mystic light my plan which im not really sure will work is to buy a lamptron sp101 which can run 600 leds over 10 headers with a 11th header that go stright to the motherboard each header on the lamptron sp101 can support up to 60 leds so my thinking was if i was to run 6 tt sync hubs with 2 fans into each hub and to 1 header on the lamptron it would allow me to get past the led limitation any input on this would be great or if there is any other way to run these fan over 2 headers and sync with mystic light as my motherboard does have a second header would be great help also
  3. Hi all, Just a question to all ryzen users out there. Are we still having issue with the riing plus software not detecting the fans? Did the new update fixed the problem? Because im planning on buying an asus crosshair vi mobo nxt year. But with the news about ryzen not compatible with my fans make me change my decision.... by the way i have a 3pack and 5pack riing plus 12.
  4. Luna case fan series provides efficient and quiet cooling performance whether used for case, heatsink or radiator. Particularly, Luna series features the advancing technology in-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads offer hassle-free usage 80% protection coverage with four corners included. With precisely balanced fan blades and long life bearing, Luna series undoubtedly guarantees ultra low noise. Luna series is available in 120mm, 140mm and 200mm sizes with three LED colors of selection (Blue, Red,and White), to add up styles into your system. Official website http://www.thermaltake.com/cooler.aspx Supreme Anti vibration mounting system In-mold injection anti-vibration rubber pads provide hassle-free usage 80% protection coverage including all four corners and the frame. Unique fan blade design Double curved fan blades provide higher air flow but generate less noise. Case cooling Radiator cooling Luna video SPEC
  5. Pure series case fan is designed to offer the perfect balance of silence, style and efficiency. It comes with reliable, stable performance and gorgeous vibrant style. Pure series is available in 120mm, 140mm, 200mm sizes with blue, red and white LED lighting options. Official website http://www.thermaltake.com/cooler.aspx Pure 12 series Pure 14 series Pure 20 series Pure 12 SPEC Pure 14 SPEC Pure 20 SPEC
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