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Old 08-28-2019, 09:12 AM
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i Want USE same LED channel AIRFLOW RGB + Lian Li Strimer cable.

but i cant buying Lian Li adapter cable in ebay
but i have photo's cable.

can i use ?

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The Airflow's 3-pin RGB will not work with a JST-SM connector.

And the Strimer uses a JST-SM connnector, which you have going to the Airflow RGB.

A simpler solution would be 1 Lighting Channel Splitter and 1 Lighting Channel to JST adapter. One side of the splitter would go to the Airflow, the other side to the adapter.

If you do use some variation of the Asus style ARGB cable, make sure that you tape or heatshrink the connectors. They like to come loose. It's a lousy design and a problem that you don't have with the Corsair (Molex-SL) or JST-SM connectors as they have locking mechanisms.
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Old 08-28-2019, 11:19 AM
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The Airflow's 3-pin RGB will not work with a JST-SM connector.

And the Strimer uses a JST-SM connnector, which you have going to the Airflow RGB.

A simpler solution would be 1 Lighting Channel Splitter and 1 Lighting Channel to JST adapter. One side of the splitter would go to the Airflow, the other side to the adapter.

If you do use some variation of the Asus style ARGB cable, make sure that you tape or heatshrink the connectors. They like to come loose. It's a lousy design and a problem that you don't have with the Corsair (Molex-SL) or JST-SM connectors as they have locking mechanisms.



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That should work.

Make sure that you use electrical tape or heat shrink on the Aura connections.

If you want to have it lock (which the Gigabyte connector won't do), the part numbers are in the link in my signature.
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