A-RGB powered splitter

scoobert

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Has anybody used one of these type splitters?

https://www.amazon.com/Timack-Split...r&qid=1586307943&sprefix=argb,aps,175&sr=8-14

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I am going to start a new build in a week or two in a Dynamic XL but the mobo only has 1 a-rgb header and the build has 6 fans and a rgb pump (deepcool castle 360ex) that are all a-rgb. So I am trying to find options other then going with a black board with two a-rgb headers.
 

§kynet

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That cooler already has all you need to connect the pump and fans to the ARGB port on your mobo
http://www.gamerstorm.com/download/pdf/CASTLE_360EX.pdf

For more ARGB ports get the splitter you linked to or get a simple ARGB splitter cable. The board you linked to will work all it does is feed power and ground to each port, the control/data signal comes from the motherboard.
 

Arcygenical

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Just 10 fans
I had a bad experience using a splitter like this with very high LED/m count aRGB strip, but if all the fans are the same, you should be alright. That board offers 12vcc and ground through the SATA connection. Should be fine for a bunch of aRGB fans.

You can also make your own splitter cable with single pin headers.
 
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