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I need to connect two rgb strips to one rgb header

Aaron Dameron
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I have an ASUS TUF z370 Plus motherboard and it only has one RGB header. I have two RGB strips and I need to find a way to connect both of them and still have them both work with Asus aura sync. How would I do this?

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Are your RGB strips digital RGB with individually adressable LEDs or the regular analog strips?

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2 minutes ago, Aaron Dameron said:

You can use a simple splitter as long as the total amperage of the lights don't exceed your headers capability. 

http://www.coolermaster.com/cooling/cooling-rgb-accessories/1-to-3-rgb-splitter-cable/

 

-Moved to Modding Section- 

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well, according to the instructions that came with your strips, you can just daisy chain them together.

 

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