Aura/Mystic Light (Motherboard) A-RGB to Corsair RGB Adapter
Aura/Mystic Light (Motherboard) A-RGB to Corsair RGB Adapter
Aura/Mystic Light (Motherboard) A-RGB to Corsair RGB Adapter
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Aura/Mystic Light (Motherboard) A-RGB to Corsair RGB Adapter

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Motherboard Addressable RGB to Corsair RGB Adapter Cable

Want to control your Corsair RGB Fans or strips with your motherboard's Addressable RGB connector? This adapter connects your motherboard's 3-pin, addressable RGB connector to a Corsair 3-pin (Lighting Channel) connector, allowing you to connect a Corsair RGB LED Fan Hub, Corsair RGB Strip, or Corsair HydroX custom water cooling devices to your motherboard. The result? You can now control your Corsair RGB devices with Asus Aura, MSI Mystic Light or Gigabyte RGB Fusion! Before clicking "Buy Now", there are a few things that you need to consider.

  • This adapter only works with 3-pin 5V Addressable RGB connectors. It does not work with 4-pin 12V analog RGB connectors. Your motherboard must have the correct connector (ADD_HEADER on Asus, JRAINBOW on MSI, D_LED on Gigabyte); make sure that you check your motherboard's manual before purchasing. This will work with all Asus, MSI, and AsRock motherboards with the addressable header and most Gigabyte motherboards (post z370 series). The connector should have 4 positions and 3 pins.
  • To connect Corsair fans to your motherboard, you'll still need an RGB Fan LED Hub and an RGB Fan LED Hub cable. Alternatively, you can also use our Corsair Lighting Channel to Fan Adapters to connect 2 fans directly.
  • This works directly with HydroX and Corsair strips. You can connect these devices directly to the adapter to control them from your motherboard.
  • Corsair SP-RGB fans cannot be controlled from the motherboard. They use a different protocol from the rest of the RGB LED fans and strips. This only applies to the older, original SP-RGB fans; the newer SP-PRO RGB fans can be controlled from the motherboard.
  • Do not attempt to plug this into a 12V, 4-pin connection. Doing so and connecting to Corsair RGB items may damage the LEDs on the Corsair device (the magic blue smoke escapes, rendering the LEDs dead). Note that this adapter does have one pin blocked to mitigate this issue. But you can still do it if you really try. So just don't try.