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  1. Any advice? Please, i need to buy my parts this week. I am now set on the following: P400A Phanteks NEON combo kit and M5 (so 3 strips) A motherboard with 5V ARGB header 3x Fans with their own controller and either a Lian Li BORA Digital RGB or a Thermaltake Pure 12 TT Premium My question is. How do I connect them all, do I need to buy my new motherboard with 1 or 2 5V ARGB headers?
  2. Damn this RGB nonsense They all have proprietary connectors. I think I will go ahead and buy some Phanteks Halo and use them with my fans as I already have some white ones on my current case.
  3. Thanks for the reply. Can someone confirm that this is the controller that comes with the P400A ? http://www.phanteks.com/PH-CTHUB_DRGB.html And if I was to buy the Lian Li kit, do you think I could connect the case fans to it?
  4. Hey, I am new to RGB and all this stuff is really confusing. My motherboard is an MSI B450 Gaming Plus MAX I am planning to buy a Phanteks P400A, the exact model no is PH-EC400ATG_DWT01. The case has 3 included RGB 120mm fans and an rgb controller. I want to add 3 more fans in the back/top and I am looking for ways to which I can connect them all together. I cannot find any info about the rgb controller from the P400A and if it allows more fans to be connected to it. Does anyone with the P400A can tell me more about the fans, their connectors, if they are addresable and if the rgb controller has any more room for additional fans? I was planning to buy 3x Corsair MF121L RGB and some RGB controller (i have no idea what) to control all 6 fans. An alternative was to buy a Lian Li Bora Digital kit that comes with a RGB controller for 6 fans but this one I see has 4pin connectors and I don't know if the case fans are compatible. Any recommendations ? I don't care about syncing to MSI mystic stuff, I just want all 6 fans to be conected toghether so they all have the same color at all times. Thanks in advance, this RGB stuff is really something...
  5. I recommend not going with the CR-10s if it's your first 3D printer. The Monoprice is so much less hassle and it's great for beginners. The 20x20 bed is sufficient for start and is so much easier to level. I regret not getting a smaller 3D printer from the start. Now my CR-10 collects dust because i spent too much time trying to get it to work properly and I gave up. My Monoprice Select Plus is on it's way and I can't wait to print something good out of the box without hours and hours of fiddling.
  6. I want USB because I might use it for Windows machines too and I don't like adapters that have use only on one of my devices. Usb is more versatile. Thanks for the Amazon one, gonna research it some more in those comments. If you tried any other ethernet to usb on 10.13 let me know.
  7. Hello, I got my hands on a Macbook Air 2012 13" and I want to get a USB to ethernet adapter for it. I tried this one and it didn't work with latest OSX. https://www.linksys.com/us/p/P-USB3GIG/ I recently found this one at around 20 dollars and it seems it has a driver for 10.13. Have you guys tried it? https://www.tp-link.com/us/products/details/cat-5523_TL-UE300.html Do you guys know any other USB to Ethernet (gigabit) adapter that works without problems and out of the box on OSX High Sierra (10.13) ? Thanks
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