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    Need help with RGB strip install

    Im in the process of adding more led strips to this ix code build. So i got a cooler master 1 to 3 rgb splitter it has the arrow on it to align to the 12v on the motherboards header nut the other end is also female. It came with male to male adapters but these dont have an arrow on them. Does it matter which way i plug them in?

    This is my only question. i dont want to burn up the header
    Thank you.

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    send a photo. my adapter did come with a arrow on all connectors. they are very small. V is for 12 volts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asusgpu View Post
    Im in the process of adding more led strips to this ix code build. So i got a cooler master 1 to 3 rgb splitter it has the arrow on it to align to the 12v on the motherboards header nut the other end is also female. It came with male to male adapters but these dont have an arrow on them. Does it matter which way i plug them in?

    This is my only question. i dont want to burn up the header
    Thank you.
    The male adaptor is basically metal pins. You put them a way or the other in one of the female plugs (it doesn't matter) BUT you match the two arrows of the female connectors when you plug them together.

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