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  1. Thanks @Spotty, Bridged means (e.g. for the GPU), instead of having 2 loose cables that plug into each 8/6pin, both of the cables are tied together to make it look much neater.
  2. I am going to build a new PC, using a Seasonic PRIME 850w Gold 80+ PSU. These are the cables I want to use: https://www.amazon.co.uk/CableMod-ModMesh-ASUS-Seasonic-Cable/dp/B07JM9623N/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Cablemod+black+white+seasonic&qid=1594119563&sr=8-1 Are they bridged? Are they cable extensions or do they go into the PSU?
  3. In total, I will have 7 NZXT fans in my case (non-RGB) - how do I connect them all up, since I'm pretty sure no motherboard will have enough pwm connectors to fit each fan.
  4. Thanks. I've been doing some research about this, and your opinion justified this, thanks for the help!
  5. Yes this is my first build. This may help: The PC here is the exact PC I will build, except the motherboard will be changed to an ASRock X570 Taichi.
  6. I see that NZXT try to explain it, but it's so confusing and I don't know what to connect what to.
  7. I'm going to use the NZXT H710i, which I can't get much info on the controller in it which may be the Hue+ or something. I'm pretty sure that the controller in it will support 4 AER RGB fans. I have a few questions: 1. I will have 7 fans in total (4 AER RGB, 3 AER), how should I connect them all up? 2. What controller do I need to control the RGB and speed of the fans?
  8. This may be a stupid question, but yet it still is a question. For my new PC build, I am buying Corsair's LL120 RGB Fans, and also G.Skill Trident Z RGB RAM. Is there a way to sync both components so I can control them from 1 software or something? As I'm aware that the RAM operates from Aura Sync. (I'm using the ASRock X570 Taichi Motherboard).