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So I'm not able to sync my 3 120 riing plus fans with asus aura. I've read that I have to plug the controller into the 5 volt add header but the only cables that came with it are ones that plug into a USB header then splits into 2 micro usbs on the other end and then one that has 4 smaller holes and splits off into a molex on the other end. I'm curious as to how I can get the 3 riing fans synced up with aura any info would be greatly appreciated!

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I did read the thread title. All their stuff comes with a controller, but the TT sync controller (as far as I'm aware) isn't included with any of their other products; only as a separate product.

 

It's a 9 fan controller. What you're describing doesn't sound like it. Maybe you should have taken a second to look up the product I was describing, instead of being so rude about it. Here's the link to it. 

http://ttpremium.com/product/tt-sync-controller-tt-premium-edition/

In the future, maybe you shouldn't be rude to the people trying to help you, as they are rather scarce in this forum.

 

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Lol all you would have to do would be to go look at the product page and then you'd see I'm not lying? Also I wouldnt have been rude if you knew about the product you're trying to "help" me with you'd know all the floe riing aios come with the tt premium controller, it's a 5 fan controller thought not 9. Also you can tell it's the premium line because of the new tt logo they said will only be on the premium line. Have a look for yourself https://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00003122

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I actually double checked the product page before I posted that second reply, just to ensure I wasn't mistaken.

The controller you see there is not the TT sync controller. The TT sync controller is specifically designed to connect to a motherboard RGB header. The one you have connects to a USB 2.0 motherboard header.

Did you even look at the link I posted? That controller is 9 ports and comes with the ports and wires to connect to a motherboard RGB header.

I don't work for Thermaltake. I'm just a customer like you. I don't understand why you're being so rash. 

 

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Kewlmunky is correct.  I have both of these controllers and the one you have connects to the USB 2.0 - 9 pin connection on the motherboard.  If your motherboard only has 1 of these connections and you want to connect other internal USB 2.0 devices such as an RGB powersupply or front case USB 2 connectors you can use one of these - Nzxt Internal USB Hub Controller.  I find that it works well.  

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