[SOLVED] Help with motherboard connections (rgb headers)

Jul 8, 2019
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Hi, I have a Asus Crosshair Vi Hero and it has 2 RGB connectors. I bought a Deepcool Castle 360EX which requires an ARGB header. Besides buying a whole new motherboard that supports ARGB headers, is there any other options besides the expensive way?
 
Motherboard has 2 x Aura RGB Strip Header(s). These are not addressable.

Non-addressable RGBs, the whole strip/array of RGB LEDs displays one colour at any time. This colour can transition, shift, breath/pulse, etc, across the entire RGB LED colour spectrum - and AURA provides a variety of snazzy themes/effects - but every RGB LED is always exactly the same colour as all its neighbours at any given instant, the whole strip is "all or nothing".

Addressable RGBs, each RGB LED (or segment/block of RGB LEDs) can display a different colour and intensity than its neighbours. Some could be lit in one colour or lit in another or more intense or less intense while others are simultaneously displaying something else. Everything that non-addressable RGB does but more fancy animation/striping/chasing effects are possible. Higher cost and complexity. Found on better more expensive motherboards.
 
Motherboard has 2 x Aura RGB Strip Header(s). These are not addressable.

Non-addressable RGBs, the whole strip/array of RGB LEDs displays one colour at any time. This colour can transition, shift, breath/pulse, etc, across the entire RGB LED colour spectrum - and AURA provides a variety of snazzy themes/effects - but every RGB LED is always exactly the same colour as all its neighbours at any given instant, the whole strip is "all or nothing".

Addressable RGBs, each RGB LED (or segment/block of RGB LEDs) can display a different colour and intensity than its neighbours. Some could be lit in one colour or lit in another or more intense or less intense while others are simultaneously displaying something else. Everything that non-addressable RGB does but more fancy animation/striping/chasing effects are possible. Higher cost and complexity. Found on better more expensive motherboards.
 

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