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Cooler Master MasterFan ARGB and PWM Hub $13.88

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One Integrated Hub for Multi Connection of ARGB and PWM
NOTE 1: It will NOT work with 4-pin RGB or Standard RGB+12V
NOTE 2: Size of the ARGB connector that you are connecting to the hub should be within 12mm x 6mm (0.472 x 0.236 inches)
5V ARGB Header, 4-position-3-pin(4p3p), on Hub
Compatible with Asus, ASRock, MSI, Gigabyte RGB Fusion capable motherboard
Dual Head ARGB Cable Adapter compatible both 4-position-3-pin(4p3p) & 3-position-3-pin(3p3p) ARGB Motherboard Header
Built-in Magnetic Back Design
SATA Supplementary Power

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rweavere asked this question on 09-14-2021 at 10:58 AM
09-14-2021 at 10:58 AM
If you have a case with RGB fans and an RGB mother board, you can replace all your perfectly good RGB fans with ARGB fans and not use your motherboards RGB controller just for the glamour of it. :confused:
09-14-2021 at 10:58 AM
If you have ARGB/PWM fans, you can connect up to 6 into this hub, which in turn connects to your motherboard. The benefit is that it will only use one pwm & argb header on your mobo since those can be quite limited.

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Handy little splitter to have if you don't want to mess with y cables. I used one on a friend's build.
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ARGB? I'd buy one in a heartbeat if it could set its alpha, and I don't even own a desktop system.
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I'm a little disappointed that there's no ARGB on the ARGB controller. It'll be like, eh dawg I heard you like ARGB so I put ARGB on your ARGB controller
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Can someone explain what this is and why I need it?
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Can someone explain what this is and why I need it?
If you have a case with RGB fans and an RGB mother board, you can replace all your perfectly good RGB fans with ARGB fans and not use your motherboards RGB controller just for the glamour of it. Confused
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Quote from rweavere :
Can someone explain what this is and why I need it?
If you have ARGB/PWM fans, you can connect up to 6 into this hub, which in turn connects to your motherboard. The benefit is that it will only use one pwm & argb header on your mobo since those can be quite limited.
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If you have ARGB/PWM fans, you can connect up to 6 into this hub, which in turn connects to your motherboard. The benefit is that it will only use one pwm & argb header on your mobo since those can be quite limited.
Since this does not include software, are you still limited to your motherboard's RGB software with this hub?
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Since this does not include software, are you still limited to your motherboard's RGB software with this hub?
It's just a way to use 6 things from one source. It doesn't care what software.
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It's just a way to use 6 things from one source. It doesn't care what software.
Thanks. I wonder if it's compatible with my (dreaded) RGB Fusion/Gigabyte software? Would love to be able to control (and customize colors) from one source.
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This isn't really a deal. They go for this price on Amazon all the time. All cooler master did was slap their name on a premade device. Just search "rgb splitter" on Amazon.

example if you don't care about the case.
argb: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08HT1FN24/
https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B08GCD71CG
can't seem to find the normal rgb one on Amazon, I've seen them on AliExpress.


I personally have an rgb and an argb one of these in my PC https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07XB5F8K7
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Thanks. I wonder if it's compatible with my (dreaded) RGB Fusion/Gigabyte software? Would love to be able to control (and customize colors) from one source.
It will. It's not doing anything but splitting, there's no chips or anything.
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It will. It's not doing anything but splitting, there's no chips or anything.
It should be noted that it's independently powered from a SATA connection so that you aren't trying to pull all that current through a single motherboard header. So this is a good alternative to having a bunch of PWM Y's...
2 fans on one header, sure... 3 fans on one header, wouldn't suggest it... 6 fans on one header, something's gonna pop.
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It should be noted that it's independently powered from a SATA connection so that you aren't trying to pull all that current through a single motherboard header. So this is a good alternative to having a bunch of PWM Y's...
2 fans on one header, sure... 3 fans on one header, wouldn't suggest it... 6 fans on one header, something's gonna pop.
You can actually typically do 4 off of one before you run into them being choked by lack of power. With that said, I wouldn't do it either as the max per port is an amp, after that stuff will start to run slower, if at all.

I typically like to limit it to 2 fans per port just so theres plenty of extra power left over. and I'm lazy and don't want to do math XD
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Quote from b.arms :
It should be noted that it's independently powered from a SATA connection so that you aren't trying to pull all that current through a single motherboard header. So this is a good alternative to having a bunch of PWM Y's...
2 fans on one header, sure... 3 fans on one header, wouldn't suggest it... 6 fans on one header, something's gonna pop.
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You can actually typically do 4 off of one before you run into them being choked by lack of power. With that said, I wouldn't do it either as the max per port is an amp, after that stuff will start to run slower, if at all.

I typically like to limit it to 2 fans per port just so theres plenty of extra power left over. and I'm lazy and don't want to do math XD
there's quite a variation between the required amperage between fans. my noctua redux only pulls 0.09A and I've had some corsair fans that pull like 0.37A.

the general rule of thumb is to not exceed 1A on a single header unless you know the header is capable of more than that.

but yes this hub is powered by sata so no need to worry about the mobo header.
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