Rgb female splitter

cin19

Titan
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1) If these 3 fans are from the case, the case may come with the RGB controller, then use the controller. I don't recommend to use the splitter for the 3 fans, in case there is something wrong, just like other member " fire on motherboard" http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3864456/fire-motherboard.html?siteFrom=EPR-8807&utm_medium=email&utm_source=forum_email&utm_campaign=EPR-8807

2) If you will buy the 3 fans for your PC, recommend to buy the 3 in 1 Kit, like this ( it is cheapest one ) 120mm fans kit https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-MFY-P2DC-153PC-R1-MasterFan-Controller/dp/B075SBFGRB or the 140mm fans kit https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-MFY-P4DC-153PC-R1-MasterFan-Controller/dp/B075S8RC9B
More info you can go to CM site: http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/case-fan/masterfan-pro-120-ap-rgb-3in1-with-controller/
 
Dec 16, 2018
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The case I am using is the phanteks b350x and it doesn't come with a controller. I got the cooler master 140 mm fans with the controller but there is no way of using the aura sync software to control the rgb if I use the controller. If I use the splitter and connect the fans, will I be able to use aura sync instead without damaging the header? If not is there any type of Hub that i can use that connects to the mother boards rgb header?
 
I don't see the issue using coolsrsmasters own rgb control software!?? Its fairly comprehensive & very resource lite.

If you just use aura sync then 2 fans with a splitter to one header & one singly to the other (your board has 2) should split the load fine.

I believe the leds are rated 0.8a per fan, that'll keep you below the headers 2amp limits.
 

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