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JustaPCguy

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  1. So I'm planning my next build, but I simply cannot wrap my head around how splitters for ARGB work? I get that in ARGB every diode has its own controller, and therefore data adress. What I don't get is how that translates when I'm splitting the signal and essentially connecting DRGB devices in parallel. If I connect 3 RGB strips of varying length to a 3 way ARGB splitter, connected to a single header on the motherboard, will each strip then copy one another? or will I be able to adress every individual strip? I'm well aware of power limits and such, so I got that covered, but this really bugs me. Does someone have experience dooing this? Thanks in advance for any help or guidance you can give me!
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