[SOLVED] Is Gigabyte RGB Fusion capable of controlling 4 pin and 3 pin-RGB at same time?

Mar 5, 2020
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I plan to build a PC with the following RGB-components:

Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro
G.Skill Trident Z RGB RAM
2x CoolerMaster MF140R (3 Pin RGB)
Deepcool Gammaxx GT CPU cooler (4 Pin RGB)
CoolerMaster MasterCase MC600P (4-Pin RGB)

With all this RGB connected, every header on the motherboard will be used.

Now I'm just curious if the RGB Fusion-software can handle effects on 3- and 4-pin devices simultaneously.

Does anyone know that? Many thanks.
 

Paperdoc

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Glad to see this thread. I have the same question regarding several mobos that have both plain RGB (4-pin) and ADDR RGB (3-pin) headers, and this is the first time I've seen an answer from someone who HAS that and knows how it works. So certainly for that mobo both types of displays can be operated simultaneously. Of course, this is determined by the software utility (RG fusion here), not by the presence of the hardware ports.
 

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