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My question is, will I be able to sync all of these fans? If so, do I need to buy another TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition making it a total of 2? I only have 1 right now and I can't figure out how to get them all to sync up. This board only has 1 5V header.

I'm using 3 fans on the front of the View 71, 3 on the top, 2 on the bottom, 1 for exhaust and I'm side mounting the AIO. I took the drive bays out.

(The AIO I hope I configured correctly for taking air out of the View 71. So the front pulls in air, AIO takes out air, the 2 bottom fans brings in the air while the top takes out air and then back fan is exhaust.)

Do I only NEED 1 TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition and then LINK the boxed controllers that came with the fans to THE TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition?

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 Unfortunately, there is no officially supported way to daisy chain the 9 port TT Sync Controller. However, you may find this thread of some use. Someone figured out how to use two of the controllers together: 

 

If you would like to use Thermaltake's software, it supports daisy chaining up to 16 of their 5 port controllers.

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, kewlmunky said:

 Unfortunately, there is no officially supported way to daisy chain the 9 port TT Sync Controller. However, you may find this thread of some use. Someone figured out how to use two of the controllers together: 

 

If you would like to use Thermaltake's software, it supports daisy chaining up to 16 of their 5 port controllers.

 

 

 

Thank you so much!!!!!! 

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