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Old 03-12-17, 06:08 PM
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H500P & Gigabyte ax370 gaming 5

Evening all,

I`m hoping a kind soul in the forum has the answer to this which has had me stumped all day. The RGB LED splitter cable from the two 200mm fans on the front of the H500P can anyone tell me where the female end is meant to be connected? For the life of me I cant seem to figure this out, even doing a lot of YT and tinterweb searches have become fruitless

Can anyone help me with this itsy bitsy bit left to hook everything up, it would be greatly appreciated your comments and suggestions

Just for clarification, it looks like its a 5 pin header but the cable is four pin female, please excuse my N00bness

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Old 03-12-17, 06:25 PM
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Do you mean like this cable?
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Old 03-12-17, 07:12 PM
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Yes the one on the left, but on the MB it has a five male pin connection on the 50/50, I may have worked it out I think, the pin out is 12v,g,r,g,b,w so on the presumption that its four pin like the one in the photograph on the fan it doesnt have the facility to run white LED`s? does that sound correct? Thanks for coming back to me also
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