What platform are you using ? intel or AMD? With so many fans and RGBness you might want to look into RGB fan hubs like these.
Those are better thankshttps://www.pccasegear.com/products/42524/ek-rgb-4-way-splitter-cable
basic RGB splitter cables like these will work.
Which particular motherboard were you thinking of?
So what you would do is buy an RGB fan hub. Plug all your RGB fans into it. Using one or two splitters if needed.
Then one connection goes from the RGB fan hub to your motherboard's aura sync header. You then use the aura sync software to program the lighting.
The more expensive controller I linked includes 4 extensions. You could shop around and find a cheaper unit for sure. But yeh you plug everything into the hub then connect it to argb or rgb header.Ok so basically Should I plug my fan hub into a rgb or argb header. And what about the wire solution. How will all the cables reach should I get rgb extensions
I also wouldn't recommend that water cooler. It's quite low quality and the RGB effect is not very good on it. You can get a corsair 240mm unit for a similar price.Ok so basically Should I plug my fan hub into a rgb or argb header. And what about the wire solution. How will all the cables reach should I get rgb extensions
cpu opt just means optional, I think it's for a pump for open loop systems. You want to connect all the fans to aura rgb headers for rgb control. If you connect the front fans to cpu opt you won't have any RGB control.Thanks so much. But whats the difference between the cpu fan header and cpu opt fan header. Can I just use a splitter for the liquid cooler fans and use the cpu opt for my other fans