Question Advanced RGB Lighting with Single ARGB Header

Mar 13, 2021
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Hi all,

I'm quite new to pc RGB lighting. I have an ASUS micro ATX motherboard (TUF 365M) with one ARGB header. I have 4xRGB fans connected to a hub which is then connected to the ARGB header. I also have HyperX RGB RAM (4x8Gb).

My main question is, how can I create those effects where the lights are not identical but rather illuminate and change in a sequence using ASUS Aura Sync. As I'm using one ARGB header, everything connected to the hub performs the same effect.

Any ideas on how to make those advanced effects with a motherboard with one ARGB header? Appreciate your help with this.
 

Zerk2012

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Not enough information ARGB = addressable meaning you can do the rainbow effects, RGB just different colors.

EDIT with all the ARGB-RGB stuff out their it's very important to ask questions before buying if you wish for everything to match.
 
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I've gone ahead and purchased the Razer Chroma Addressable RGB Controller. It appears that if I bypass the ARGB header on the motherboard and use a USB2.0 header instead, that will create the desired effect as all fans and ARGB devices will be seen by the software as individual devices which a standard hub cannot do. I'll let you know if it works. Thanks for your help.
 

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