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Ben17

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  1. Get in touch with Dell and show them your proof of purchase (recipts and records etc. as Slottr said)
  2. https://www.amazon.com/DISDIM-Thunderbolt-Extension-Charging-Compatible/dp/B075MBS6JY/ref=sr_1_13?keywords=thunderbolt+3+extension&qid=1581431360&sr=8-13
  3. ah ok I'll do a bit of research though you could use a extension cable for the thunderbolt
  4. well u could add thunderbolt to any case though u would have to do it with a pci-e card and use a pcie slot on the motherboard https://www.amazon.com/GIGABYTE-Alpine-Thunderbolt-Components-GC-Alpine/dp/B0722SV69N
  5. are the pcie cables defitionally plugged in?
  6. It usually says on the motherboard itself
  7. https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/Z390 Extreme4/index.asp#Download u to install this one then run windows update seemly according to this https://www.asrock.com/support/faq.asp?id=469
  8. did u install the driver from the asrock site or some other site?
  9. I doubt it would catch on fire or kill anything tbh
  10. that's normal on some boards....some only have a 3 pin header
  11. was it that sort of header u plugged it into? (the blue circled one)
  12. is it a rgb or led strip as Tristerin asked?
  13. still not a good idea though...actually fried a strip of mine once when I plugged it into a fan header instead of a rgb header by accident
  14. u can't connect rgb strips to fan headers as LIGISTX said
  15. a 3 pin and 4 pin can both regulate their speed so yes u can Yes u can use different fans/controllers. U would have to have to have different apps though I think.
  16. the video is unlisted on youtube at the moment btw
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