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Tanz

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  1. Hi, I live in a shared house and we use the same wifi network. My friend plays Dota 2 on steam, and when he plays Dota 2, I can't connect to call of duty modern warfare server via blizzard. Now, I tried port forwarding for me and for him. Still whenever he plays Dota 2 , I can't connect to COD server. But if I connect to the server first, he can connect to Dota 2 via steam without any issue. Anyone has an idea, what's going on here? Thanks
  2. Hi, thank you for your response. I have contacted Thermaltake support. Looks like, the fans will be connected to the controller, and the M/B-IN 5V port will be used to connect it to the 5V V.D.G header on the motherboard and SATA will used for power. I'll give it a try. Thank you again for your reply.
  3. My Thermaltake AIO cooler has the setup you explained but I don't think there are two cables coming out from my case fans. There is one 6pin connector coming out of each fan. The three white connectors for each fan is connected to the switchboard as you can see. In Thermaltake website they mentioned the switchboard compatible with RGB fusion(image attached) but they didn't explain how to do it in the manual. Totally confused!
  4. Hi, I have built a new gaming rig. Everything is fine except, I don't know how to connect the Thermaltake View 37 case fans to my Gigabyte Z390 Ultra motherboard. These fans supports RGB FUSION 2.0. The case has a switch board in the back(image attached) where the three RGB fans are connected. The cable from the COM1 has a SATA connector for PSU. If I want to connect the fans from the case switchboard to my motherboard to control fan speed and RGB via software, which ports or headers do I use. Should it be connected to PSU for power or motherboard, and which port to use to connect it to motherboard for RGB control. There is one IN and one OUT port on the switch board. Thank you for your help.
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