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Front panel connection

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Tylord, Jul 15, 2019.

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  1. Tylord

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    What is the make and model number of the case?
     
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    Here's a section of that Newegg page you linked to in your last message:

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    Is this my aura adapter? The 4 pin molex cable that connects to front panel power?
    Or is there another cable that needs to go from my fan control switch to my motherboard in order to get the Aura sync?
     
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    1) I cannot tell from here if that connector leads to your computer case's "AURA adapter on the RBG (Red, Green, Blue) controller.

    2) Does your motherboard have a "12V (12 volt) RGB (Red, Green, Blue) header"?
     
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    See P.1-17 in the motherboard manual, it shows two 12V RGB headers on the motherboard.

    BUT your picture seems to show the 'unknown' connector connected to the PSU 4-pin via the LED power connector which looks wrong to me, going by the Step II picture there should be a 4pin cable coming from the control board and that is the cable to connect to the motherboard.
     
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