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    ROG Junior Member Array DuskyShade PC Specs
    DuskyShade PC Specs
    MotherboardAsus ROG Strix z390-E
    Processori5-9600k
    Memory (part number)G.Skill TridentZ RGB 16GB
    Graphics Card #1Asus ROG Strix GTX 1070ti
    Storage #1Seagate Barracuda 2TB
    Storage #2Samsung 860 EVO 240GB
    CPU CoolerThermaltake Floe Riing
    CaseCooler Master TD500
    Power SupplySeasonic Focus+ Gold 750W
    OS Windows 10 Pro

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    AI Suite 3 And fans

    Hello
    In my case I have 6 Thermaltake fans and all of them are connected to a TTSync controller.
    The Aura works just fine, but I can't control fan speed individually.

    I can only find "2 fans" but each of them represent all fans in the system.

    How can I control the fans individually?


    Mobo: ROG Striz z390-E
    CPU: i5-9600k
    GPU: GTX 1070ti

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    ROG Junior Member Array DuskyShade PC Specs
    DuskyShade PC Specs
    MotherboardAsus ROG Strix z390-E
    Processori5-9600k
    Memory (part number)G.Skill TridentZ RGB 16GB
    Graphics Card #1Asus ROG Strix GTX 1070ti
    Storage #1Seagate Barracuda 2TB
    Storage #2Samsung 860 EVO 240GB
    CPU CoolerThermaltake Floe Riing
    CaseCooler Master TD500
    Power SupplySeasonic Focus+ Gold 750W
    OS Windows 10 Pro

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    Oct 2018
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    Ok no worries solved it by myself lol.

    I'll write here what I did in case someone will need it.
    I realized I put the 3 intake fans in one side of the controller and the 3 exhaust fans in another side. Each side is connected to the motherboard via PWM.
    I still can't control each fan individually but I can control intake fans and exhaust fans since they're on different connectors.
    IDK why but even if the AI Suite identifies 2 connectors doesn't modify the options for each of them, instead changes the speed of all 6 fans.
    I went to the BIOS and messed a bit with speed to check which fans correspond with which connector.
    After I found out which PWM connector controlled which fan I could change the velocity and curve in the BIOS to my liking.

    If someone knows other tips to control fan speed let me know!

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