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Asus Aura Fans RGB

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8 hours ago, SugarTe said:

Hello! 

 

I made my PC a while back and used these fans here. I have a Asus Mobo and RGB trident Ram. I'm trying again to get the RGB to work via Asus Aura. I can fully control the RGB on the mobo and the ram without problems. However the fans are a different story. I used the included controller back when i built it and that worked.. but only with the cooler master software which couldn't sync with aura. Someone on here told me to use RGB splitters which I did, but its never worked, I could never get them to show up on the Arua software. The fans are still stuck at the same color they were back when I had the coolmaster RGB Controller

 

I've tried to plug in just one fan directly to the header as well and no luck. Just that same color. 

 

I included a pic of what the aura shows, It is like it does notice the fans under the rgb header but it still never changes color when i use the 'sync all'

 

Any ideas how to get them to work with the RGB header?

 

Thanks!
Grant
 

RGB.png

well first off  cooler master fans are rgb not addressable and the software you showd is for the addressable rgb header. what is your mb? do you have an rgb header? or jusr argb? if you have both then you need to find the rgb header inthe software if they can even be linked with the addressable header.

5v 12v mb RGB headers.jpg

Hello! 

 

I made my PC a while back and used these fans here. I have a Asus Mobo and RGB trident Ram. I'm trying again to get the RGB to work via Asus Aura. I can fully control the RGB on the mobo and the ram without problems. However the fans are a different story. I used the included controller back when i built it and that worked.. but only with the cooler master software which couldn't sync with aura. Someone on here told me to use RGB splitters which I did, but its never worked, I could never get them to show up on the Arua software. The fans are still stuck at the same color they were back when I had the coolmaster RGB Controller

 

I've tried to plug in just one fan directly to the header as well and no luck. Just that same color. 

 

I included a pic of what the aura shows, It is like it does notice the fans under the rgb header but it still never changes color when i use the 'sync all'

 

Any ideas how to get them to work with the RGB header?

 

Thanks!
Grant
 

RGB.png

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8 hours ago, SugarTe said:

Hello! 

 

I made my PC a while back and used these fans here. I have a Asus Mobo and RGB trident Ram. I'm trying again to get the RGB to work via Asus Aura. I can fully control the RGB on the mobo and the ram without problems. However the fans are a different story. I used the included controller back when i built it and that worked.. but only with the cooler master software which couldn't sync with aura. Someone on here told me to use RGB splitters which I did, but its never worked, I could never get them to show up on the Arua software. The fans are still stuck at the same color they were back when I had the coolmaster RGB Controller

 

I've tried to plug in just one fan directly to the header as well and no luck. Just that same color. 

 

I included a pic of what the aura shows, It is like it does notice the fans under the rgb header but it still never changes color when i use the 'sync all'

 

Any ideas how to get them to work with the RGB header?

 

Thanks!
Grant
 

RGB.png

well first off  cooler master fans are rgb not addressable and the software you showd is for the addressable rgb header. what is your mb? do you have an rgb header? or jusr argb? if you have both then you need to find the rgb header inthe software if they can even be linked with the addressable header.

5v 12v mb RGB headers.jpg

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On 11/30/2020 at 7:45 PM, thrasher_565 said:

well first off  cooler master fans are rgb not addressable and the software you showd is for the addressable rgb header. what is your mb? do you have an rgb header? or jusr argb? if you have both then you need to find the rgb header inthe software if they can even be linked with the addressable header.

5v 12v mb RGB headers.jpg

Ah yeah your right. Mine has a ARGB header, didn't know there was a difference thanks. I guess Ill get new fans. I'm guessing there's no way really to use the existing ones?

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8 hours ago, SugarTe said:

Ah yeah your right. Mine has a ARGB header, didn't know there was a difference thanks. I guess Ill get new fans. I'm guessing there's no way really to use the existing ones?

sell em.

 or buy an rgb controller of some sort.

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