[SOLVED] connecting 6 rgb fans

Feb 4, 2019
1
0
10
0
I am buying a deep cool matrexx 55 add RGB case with 3 fans pre-installed I then want to add an additional cf 120 deep cool fan along with the deep cool captain 240 pro RGB aio the motherboard is an MSI b450 gaming pro carbon ac. I am wondering if I would need to buy a separate fan and RGB hub or if the one that comes with the case would be enough to set up all 4 fans and the 2 aio fans


https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811853066&Description=matrexx%2055&cm_re=matrexx_55-_-11-853-066-_-Product




https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835856111&Description=cf%20120&cm_re=cf_120-_-35-856-111-_-Product





https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835856120&Description=deep%20cool%20gamerstorm%20pro&cm_re=deep_cool_gamerstorm_pro-_-35-856-120-_-Product
 
Basicly, Water pump to PUMP header or Chassis fan header and set it to 100% (pump has to run always on full power).
Radiator fans to the CPU fan header, you can use spliter for it since the max that cpu fan header can give is 1A~ (Some motherboards do give more than that).

For rest, I would suggest RGB hub, since it would be an mess using splitters for every header and then doing it onto rgb strip.

Just wait for few answers since im an idiot (Not complete idiot).
 
Basicly, Water pump to PUMP header or Chassis fan header and set it to 100% (pump has to run always on full power).
Radiator fans to the CPU fan header, you can use spliter for it since the max that cpu fan header can give is 1A~ (Some motherboards do give more than that).

For rest, I would suggest RGB hub, since it would be an mess using splitters for every header and then doing it onto rgb strip.

Just wait for few answers since im an idiot (Not complete idiot).
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY