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    New ROGer Array sven.silva_ PC Specs
    sven.silva_ PC Specs
    MotherboardAsus Prime X570-p
    ProcessorR7 3700X
    Memory (part number)4*8GB 3600Mhz
    Graphics Card #1RTX 2070SUPER
    Sound CardXonar DGX
    MonitorAOC C24G2U/BK
    Storage #1NVMe 250GB
    Storage #2SSD 1TB
    CPU CoolerDark Rock Pro 4
    CaseBQ! Pure Base 600
    Power SupplyCorsair RM550X
    Keyboard Logitech g413 Carbon
    Mouse Trust GXT152
    Mouse Pad Corsair MM300
    OS Windows 10

    Join Date
    May 2020

    Question My Asus' addressable LED strips will take 2,7A out of the max 3A, risk?


    I have an Asus x570-p, and it has only one addressable header. I have a 600mm asus addressable led strip, and I'd like to add a 300mm one to complete the lighting in my case.
    I already have a 3-pin splitter, in the manual it's written that the header can output a maximum of 3A (or 15watts total), the 600mm strip takes 9W and the 300mm one takes 4.5W, so I end up with 13.5W, that's really close to the max output of 15watts.

    Is that dangerous? On the long run?

    Thanks for the answers

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