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    Bottom left 12v RGB header refuses to show green x299 R6E

    I really don't think I can do anything about this but I thought I'd ask. Simply put that 12v header shows red and blue but nothing in green. The other 12v header and the 5v addressable header works perfectly. I've run multiple versions of BIOS but nothing helps. I'm assuming it is a burnt out channel and only an RMA can fix it. Any suggestions?

    Everything else is working fine and I really don't want to take a part my whole loop to send it in for something so minor. Are there adapters out there where you can put two LED strips on a 5v or 12v header?
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    Have you confirmed it's not the strip or cable that's causing the issue?

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