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  1. riesscar

    Darkside Dimmable LED's

    Hello, I purchased 3 12" Darkside Dimmable LED's from MNCPTech.com, and I ordered them with 3-pin fan connectors with the plan being to dim them from the motherboard fan controller. My motherboard is a Rampage IV Black Edition. Unfortunately, when is attempt to control the through the MB fan controller software, it does not pick up any rpm signal, and so does not offer any voltage adjustment option. Are these LEDs Dimmable through a MB fan header, or do I need to use a dedicated fan controller? I have an Aquaero 6, so I could try using one of the fan headers on it, but connecting to the MB would be ideal. Could the issue be that I've daisy-chained them to one header, or will I need to use my Aquaero to dim them? Thanks for any info, Carson PS: I hope I've posted my inquiry in the correct section of the forums.
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