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    A question about AURA SYNC

    Hello everyone.


    I am planning to build a new rig soon and this time I wanted to go all out and make a sorf of an aura sync build.

    Im planning on getting about 6 Aura sync fans , an RGB 24pin cable , aura sync LED strip and aura sync CPU cooler.


    My big question is: there are only 2 addressable RGB headers on the ROG motherboards , how will I be able to connect all those aura sync devices if I only have 2 ports?


    Thanks.

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    Maybe the Asus ROG Aura Terminal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riekopo View Post
    Maybe the Asus ROG Aura Terminal?
    That could be an option , but the it still only has 4 ports of addressable RGB , are there addressable RGB splitters that I could use? And also , does the ROG terminal sits inside your case?


    *Just checked , the AURA terminal is external as it needs more power , so I can't connect fans outside of my case , I guess splitters are the only option , are those exist?


    *Maybe this is what I'm looking for*?

    http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/...plitter-cable/
    Last edited by Lesavage; 07-16-2018 at 05:14 PM.

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    Also, Thermaltake has some kind of hub that works with all their RGB "Plus" products. It makes them controllable though the Asus Aura software. It's called the TT Sync Controller and is $25.

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