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    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

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

    Hi,

    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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