Corsair RGB Fan (4-pin) to Asus Aura/MSI Mystic Light Addressable RGB Adapter Cable
Finally! A version of our best-selling Corsair to Aura Adapter cable but for the Corsair RGB Fan Hub or Lighting Node Core! This adapter cable will convert from a 4-pin Corsair Fan connection directly to the 3-pin motherboard style Addressable RGB connection that is found on most motherboards ... now you can connect your motherboard-compatible RGB devices directly to your Fan Hub or Lighting Node Core! And, like most of our cables, these adapters are sleeved for a clean look.
Want to control your Asus Aura and MSI Mystic Light ARGB devices with Corsair's iCue? This adapter converts your Corsair RGB Fan Connection (such as on a Fan Hub or a Ligthing Node Core) to the Addressable/Digital RGB connector that most motherboards now use. The result? You can now control the wide array of ARGB devices that connect to "standard" motherboard ARGB connections right along with your Corsair RGB devices! This includes products that have controllers that will connect to the motherboard, like many cases (Phanteks and Lian Li 011 variants, for example) and other devices (Lian Li Strimer Plus, ThermalTake TT Sync, EK A-RGB and many, many more).
Now, with great power comes great responsibility. There are a couple of things that we need to tell you before you go click "Buy Now".
1) This adapter only works with a Lighting Node Core, RGB Fan LED Hub, Commander Core XT, or Commander Core. It will not connect to a Lighting Node Pro or Commander Pro (though they may control the Fan Hub.) When using with the new Commander Core that comes with the Capellix AIO coolers, you'll need to have firmware version 2.6.201 and iCUE version 4.16 or later!
2) If your device does not have its own power source, you need to make sure that the current draw on a single Hub or Lighting Node Core is limited to approximately 4.5A (22.5W). This will come out to roughly 120 RGB LEDs. However you may need to check the specifications of any LEDs that you connect. If you exceed the limit, you may overload the SATA power connector.
3) You'll have to configure your devices in iCue based on the number of LEDs. You can choose from HD (12 LEDs), LL (16 LEDs), ML (4 LEDs), SP-PRO (8 LEDs), QL (34 LEDs) fans or RGB Strips (10 LEDs). Do not configure them as SP-RGB fans! You'll need to count the number of LEDs on your devices and then configure the lighting channel to have the same (or slightly greater) number of LEDs. Example: 1 Phanteks Aura-compatible ARGB Strip has 30 LEDs. This is then configured in iCue as 3 RGB Strips (30 LEDs). It could also be configured as 3 HD Fans (36 LEDs) or 2 LL fans (32 LEDs). Experimenting with the setup can lead to some interesting effects. We do include a "cheat sheet" with every adapter to help you configure your channel.
4) This will not allow you to control your motherboard or GPU LEDs. Those aren't controlled by connecting wires. This will only control 5V Addressable RGB LEDs.
5) This will not allow you to control 12V (4-pin) analog LEDs. They operate on a different protocol and are incompatible. You can use the Solarity Tech ArrRGB DAC to control 12V (4-pin) analog LEDs.