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Old 01-19-2019, 08:14 PM
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Default Do the lighting node stripes have to be connected and linked in a closed cycle?


ok so long story shirt I know absolutely nothing about building in hardware. Already erased some issues but the problem was that I had no free slot for the lighting node pro on my mainboard. I didnt build this PC myself so I found another lighting node in between a bunch of cables, one slot was already occupied the other one wasnt so I plugged the RGB stripes in.

I connected then all in a row and now the end obviously isnt plugged in and is dangling around a bit. Is that bad or normal? Or do I have to plug it in somewhere so that the cycle is fully closed?

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Old 01-19-2019, 08:26 PM
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That's normal and fine. The last strip in the chain will have a dangling connector.
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