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Where can i get the cable to connect a RGB strip to my RGB fan controller?

MrDouble
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Hey guys, i recently got a cheap RGB fan kit with 4 fans and a controller (https://goo.gl/Hp7zwB) and when installing it i noticed the included controller has 2 headers for an RGB led strip. I have some standard 5050 RGB strips laying around and i wondered if anyone knew where to get the cable to connect the large 4 pin header on the rgb strip to the small 4 pin header used by the controller the only one i have seen so far is bundled with an existing controller (https://goo.gl/w8koSt) and i would rather not have to buy a whole new controller if i don't have to.

 

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8 minutes ago, MrDouble said:

Hey guys, i recently got a cheap RGB fan kit with 4 fans and a controller (https://goo.gl/Hp7zwB) and when installing it i noticed the included controller has 2 headers for an RGB led strip. I have some standard 5050 RGB strips laying around and i wondered if anyone knew where to get the cable to connect the large 4 pin header on the rgb strip to the small 4 pin header used by the controller the only one i have seen so far is bundled with an existing controller (https://goo.gl/w8koSt) and i would rather not have to buy a whole new controller if i don't have to.

 

Thanks!

Does your motherboard have a JRGB header?

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Just now, CharminUltraStrong said:

Does your motherboard have a JRGB header?

nah im still running a LGA 1150 Haswell board no rgb header there

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5 minutes ago, MrDouble said:

nah im still running a LGA 1150 Haswell board no rgb header there

I think you'd need to get an RGB splitter to connect multiple strips to one controller. FYI those fans don't appear to have PWM control so they'll be running at 100% 12v DC at all times unless I'm mistaken.

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24 minutes ago, CharminUltraStrong said:

I think you'd need to get an RGB splitter to connect multiple strips to one controller. FYI those fans don't appear to have PWM control so they'll be running at 100% 12v DC at all times unless I'm mistaken.

 

The RGB controller has 2 headers for RGB Strips i just want to know if its possible to get a cable to connect that to a standard 5050 rgb strip without buying a whole new controller (the second controller listed shows the cable but has the same ports as mine)

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