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2017/12/14 07:35:37 (permalink)
Hello guys, I have a question about the rgb header on the ftw3. As you know you can only control the rgb lighting via precision OC. But the rgb connection is done through a header near the power connectors on the pcb. What if I detach that socket from the pcb and connect it to the Asus MB rgb header via an extension cable. Will it communicate with the MB and Aura compatible devices?? Will it sync with the others?? Wondering your responses. Thanks in advance..
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2017/12/14 08:05:46 (permalink)
    If the pinout is the same, it should not be an issue. You can find the Kingpin EVGA RGB LED pinout on Kingpincooling.com which should likely be the same as other EVGA products' RGB pinouts. You would need to find ASUS's pinout and compare.

    Or, just try it out; there is little chance of damaging anything due to RGB LED design. You have either a common anode or common cathode with R, G, and B wires for each color. Either it will work, or it won't. Between each wire is at least one light emitting diode which will either illuminate or not illuminate depending on if the polarity is correct. If the polarity is incorrect, no damage should occur since they are diodes. If the polarity is correct, it should illuminate, but the colors may or may not be correct; you would need to find out.

    The chances of the colors matching is a completely different thing since the brightness and tone of each R, G, and B color depends on the LED manufacturing process.
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2017/12/14 10:02:30 (permalink)
    Would be awesome if it does and be a project removing the ek block to install it hehe. For me anyways.

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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2017/12/14 22:07:21 (permalink)
    i remember seeing something close to this on youtube, but they were using the GPU rgb header to control a Aura led strip on a water block, but cant seem to find that video now. i do remember them saying something about the pinout was different though.

                                   
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2017/12/16 00:19:59 (permalink)
    isn't Asus Aura sync not supporting EVGA?  Don't see EVGA listed on their compatibility list yet? 
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2017/12/17 00:14:00 (permalink)
    Of course it does not support. Then they would name it evga-asus aura sync 😊
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/03/29 01:22:16 (permalink)
    It's not at all as hard as people make it out to be...
     
    The Asus Motherboard is wired GRB, the EVGA products are wired RGB.
     
    On the very back of the EVGA video card is the LED header, 4 pin, 1 red wire, three black wires.  You do NOT need to disassemble the card, just unplug the header and connect it, however you want, to the LED header on the MB.  The red wire is +12, then RGB.  You cannot break the LEDs.  They are Diodes, power flows through them one way, period.
     
    Here's mine.  ROG Crosshair Hero VI, Dual EVGA 1080 FTW, ROG HB Bridge, Thermaltake Core P5, LED backlights.  All Synced.  Except the keyboard, I've had crap luck with ROG keyboards :(
     
    Just putting this out there, in case someone else wants to do this.  It's not hard, at all.
     
     
    photos.google.com/share/AF1QipP1naShQXzvWcILDLVIf2gvu67sVNKFORKhBYXibptk81bn7KGR_nFh3_LvyqpnBQ/photo/AF1QipN3OhWNLgtlp-8C4Gb-A6-m7BmdbR8Ccsuz2x0G?key=My1ZcnVxZFlGcGZYOHpza0RRdE8yWXdUcmRPeXZn
     
     
     
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/03/29 05:12:12 (permalink)
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    It's not at all as hard as people make it out to be...
     
    The Asus Motherboard is wired GRB, the EVGA products are wired RGB.
     
    On the very back of the EVGA video card is the LED header, 4 pin, 1 red wire, three black wires.  You do NOT need to disassemble the card, just unplug the header and connect it, however you want, to the LED header on the MB.  The red wire is +12, then RGB.  You cannot break the LEDs.  They are Diodes, power flows through them one way, period.
     
    Here's mine.  ROG Crosshair Hero VI, Dual EVGA 1080 FTW, ROG HB Bridge, Thermaltake Core P5, LED backlights.  All Synced.  Except the keyboard, I've had crap luck with ROG keyboards :(
     
    Just putting this out there, in case someone else wants to do this.  It's not hard, at all.
     
     
    photos.google.com/share/AF1QipP1naShQXzvWcILDLVIf2gvu67sVNKFORKhBYXibptk81bn7KGR_nFh3_LvyqpnBQ/photo/AF1QipN3OhWNLgtlp-8C4Gb-A6-m7BmdbR8Ccsuz2x0G?key=My1ZcnVxZFlGcGZYOHpza0RRdE8yWXdUcmRPeXZn


    Now, this would be a nice DIY topic for sync the LEDS.



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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/03/29 07:51:52 (permalink)
    jasonmcbroom
    It's not at all as hard as people make it out to be...
     
    The Asus Motherboard is wired GRB, the EVGA products are wired RGB.
     
    On the very back of the EVGA video card is the LED header, 4 pin, 1 red wire, three black wires.  You do NOT need to disassemble the card, just unplug the header and connect it, however you want, to the LED header on the MB.  The red wire is +12, then RGB.  You cannot break the LEDs.  They are Diodes, power flows through them one way, period.
     
    Here's mine.  ROG Crosshair Hero VI, Dual EVGA 1080 FTW, ROG HB Bridge, Thermaltake Core P5, LED backlights.  All Synced.  Except the keyboard, I've had crap luck with ROG keyboards :(
     
    Just putting this out there, in case someone else wants to do this.  It's not hard, at all.
     
     
    photos.google.com/share/AF1QipP1naShQXzvWcILDLVIf2gvu67sVNKFORKhBYXibptk81bn7KGR_nFh3_LvyqpnBQ/photo/AF1QipN3OhWNLgtlp-8C4Gb-A6-m7BmdbR8Ccsuz2x0G?key=My1ZcnVxZFlGcGZYOHpza0RRdE8yWXdUcmRPeXZn
     
     
     



    Yeah...but connecting 12v to ground on the plug would not be a good idea. So you can't just connect the wires any way you'd like.

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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/03/29 19:54:07 (permalink)
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    It's not at all as hard as people make it out to be...
     
    The Asus Motherboard is wired GRB, the EVGA products are wired RGB.
     
    On the very back of the EVGA video card is the LED header, 4 pin, 1 red wire, three black wires.  You do NOT need to disassemble the card, just unplug the header and connect it, however you want, to the LED header on the MB.  The red wire is +12, then RGB.  You cannot break the LEDs.  They are Diodes, power flows through them one way, period.
     
    Here's mine.  ROG Crosshair Hero VI, Dual EVGA 1080 FTW, ROG HB Bridge, Thermaltake Core P5, LED backlights.  All Synced.  Except the keyboard, I've had crap luck with ROG keyboards :(
     
    Just putting this out there, in case someone else wants to do this.  It's not hard, at all.
     
     
    photos.google.com/share/AF1QipP1naShQXzvWcILDLVIf2gvu67sVNKFORKhBYXibptk81bn7KGR_nFh3_LvyqpnBQ/photo/AF1QipN3OhWNLgtlp-8C4Gb-A6-m7BmdbR8Ccsuz2x0G?key=My1ZcnVxZFlGcGZYOHpza0RRdE8yWXdUcmRPeXZn
     
     
     



    Yeah...but connecting 12v to ground on the plug would not be a good idea. So you can't just connect the wires any way you'd like.




     
    Uhhhh......  There is no ground.  Try again.
     
     
    There are 4 wires, on damn near all RGB strips that aren't I2C controlled (those have 3 wires, +,- and signal, and even hooking those up wrong won't break anything).  There's a positive wire, a red wire, a green wire and a blue wire.
     
    +12/R/G/B
     
    There's not a ground.
     
    So, you tell me how hooking the wires up to a ground will hurt a LED strip.  I'll wait.
     
     
    In the meantime, once you hook the 12 volt wire up, connect the other three, one at a time, set the LED to either RED, GREEN or BLUE, and if the strip lights up as the color you want, that's the right wire.
     
    You're not going to short anything out.  Because there isn't a ground.
     
    Even if there was, it's a LED, light emitting DIODE.  Power flows through the thing ONE way. 
     
     
     
    We can argue, or we can just agree, that with a little out side of the box thinking, you absolutely CAN sync EVGA and ASUS LEDs
    post edited by jasonmcbroom - 2018/03/29 20:01:27
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/03/29 20:04:52 (permalink)
    I'm going to try this ... will let you know how it goes
     

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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/03/29 20:11:38 (permalink)
    Please do.  Tell everyone that you didn't let the magic smoke out....
     
    The only thing I had a hard time with was the connector, it's not the typical 2.54mm spacing.
     
    I also disconnected the second and third wire on the EVGA header and reversed them.
     
    Let me know if I need to take things apart and do a more detailed writeup 
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/03/29 22:18:10 (permalink)
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    It's not at all as hard as people make it out to be...
     
    The Asus Motherboard is wired GRB, the EVGA products are wired RGB.
     
    On the very back of the EVGA video card is the LED header, 4 pin, 1 red wire, three black wires.  You do NOT need to disassemble the card, just unplug the header and connect it, however you want, to the LED header on the MB.  The red wire is +12, then RGB.  You cannot break the LEDs.  They are Diodes, power flows through them one way, period.
     
    Here's mine.  ROG Crosshair Hero VI, Dual EVGA 1080 FTW, ROG HB Bridge, Thermaltake Core P5, LED backlights.  All Synced.  Except the keyboard, I've had crap luck with ROG keyboards :(
     
    Just putting this out there, in case someone else wants to do this.  It's not hard, at all.
     
     
    photos.google.com/share/AF1QipP1naShQXzvWcILDLVIf2gvu67sVNKFORKhBYXibptk81bn7KGR_nFh3_LvyqpnBQ/photo/AF1QipN3OhWNLgtlp-8C4Gb-A6-m7BmdbR8Ccsuz2x0G?key=My1ZcnVxZFlGcGZYOHpza0RRdE8yWXdUcmRPeXZn
     
     
     



    Yeah...but connecting 12v to ground on the plug would not be a good idea. So you can't just connect the wires any way you'd like.




     
    Uhhhh......  There is no ground.  Try again.
     
     
    There are 4 wires, on damn near all RGB strips that aren't I2C controlled (those have 3 wires, +,- and signal, and even hooking those up wrong won't break anything).  There's a positive wire, a red wire, a green wire and a blue wire.
     
    +12/R/G/B
     
    There's not a ground.
     
    So, you tell me how hooking the wires up to a ground will hurt a LED strip.  I'll wait.
     
     
    In the meantime, once you hook the 12 volt wire up, connect the other three, one at a time, set the LED to either RED, GREEN or BLUE, and if the strip lights up as the color you want, that's the right wire.
     
    You're not going to short anything out.  Because there isn't a ground.
     
    Even if there was, it's a LED, light emitting DIODE.  Power flows through the thing ONE way. 
     
     
     
    We can argue, or we can just agree, that with a little out side of the box thinking, you absolutely CAN sync EVGA and ASUS LEDs


    https://cablemod.com/?faqs=how-do-i-connect-the-widebeam-rgb-led-strip-to-my-asus-motherboards-aura-rgb-header
     
    There's even like official adapter plugs. BTW, I could be wrong, but aren't the LEDs on the GPU 5v and not 12v?
     
    post edited by HeavyHemi - 2018/03/30 11:30:36

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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/05/02 09:44:14 (permalink)
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    Please do.  Tell everyone that you didn't let the magic smoke out....
     
    The only thing I had a hard time with was the connector, it's not the typical 2.54mm spacing.
     
    I also disconnected the second and third wire on the EVGA header and reversed them.
     
    Let me know if I need to take things apart and do a more detailed writeup 




    Hey, mind doing a more detailed write up or show some pictures?  Interested in doing this in my new build.  Thanks.
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/05/25 11:23:36 (permalink)
    Uh, attempting this. Would absolutely love some assistance as there is a second plug from the card to the light assembly. 
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/05/29 00:14:45 (permalink)
    Yeah, I just took a look. There are two plugs on the FTW3 -- the one on top controls the backplane LED only. I wasn't able to get it to work, mostly because I don't think I was fitting the connector in far enough (as the pins are spaced too far apart on the standard RGB wire that came with the mobo).
    The one on the side appears to connect the FTW3 logo (always white) along with the "NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti" text along the top. It has 3 colored and 3 black wires, leading me to believe that there are actually three lighting "zones" on that section of the card, but that they will all be the same color (as controlled by the other 3 wires).
     
    Edited to add:
     
    IIRC the brown wires are all +12V. No telling which of the black wires is which color. Trial and error will be required to figure that out, but the connector is so different that to get this working someone's going to need to make a custom one.
     
    To get the lights to fully sync, BOTH sets of wires will need to be connected to the motherboard somehow, so expect to need a splitter or two LED headers on the motherboard in addition to a custom adapter cable.
    post edited by realitywarp - 2018/05/29 00:18:17
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/05/31 13:02:49 (permalink)
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    Yeah, I just took a look. There are two plugs on the FTW3 -- the one on top controls the backplane LED only. I wasn't able to get it to work, mostly because I don't think I was fitting the connector in far enough (as the pins are spaced too far apart on the standard RGB wire that came with the mobo).
    The one on the side appears to connect the FTW3 logo (always white) along with the "NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti" text along the top. It has 3 colored and 3 black wires, leading me to believe that there are actually three lighting "zones" on that section of the card, but that they will all be the same color (as controlled by the other 3 wires).
     
    Edited to add:
     
    IIRC the brown wires are all +12V. No telling which of the black wires is which color. Trial and error will be required to figure that out, but the connector is so different that to get this working someone's going to need to make a custom one.
     
    To get the lights to fully sync, BOTH sets of wires will need to be connected to the motherboard somehow, so expect to need a splitter or two LED headers on the motherboard in addition to a custom adapter cable.


    Yeah, its definitely a smaller size... I've been looking for some sort of adapter/cable that can hook up with my cooler master led controller that controls my RGB fans.  
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/06/02 09:44:24 (permalink)
    If anyone was able to do this, can you write up a tutorial or record it on YouTube?
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/08/16 12:45:47 (permalink)
    Does anyone know if the GTX1080 FTW2 has an rgb header?  I only see 2 4-pin fan headers and 1 small 6-pin mystery header near the far end of the card.
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/09/11 12:03:08 (permalink)
    Hello everyone ! 
     
    Same question has Budge72, i have a 1080 ftw2 and a z270g from asus and i want to sync their LEDs but only a 6pin header at the back of the card...
     
     
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/09/11 14:24:30 (permalink)
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    Same question has Budge72, i have a 1080 ftw2 and a z270g from asus and i want to sync their LEDs but only a 6pin header at the back of the card...

     
    I've been giving this a lot of thought.  The two 4-pin headers are obviously for the fans.  That leaves 4 sets of lights to control:  the main lights on the front edge and fan side of the card, and 3 individual LEDS that change color independently based on temps.  The 6-pin header doesn't have enough pins to control 4 lights, unless the temp LEDS are addressable.  So one pin would be 12V (or 5V), three pins would be RGB for the main LEDS, and the last two would be the ground and data return pins for the the addressable LEDs.  The only way I know to test this is to carefully use a multimeter while the card is powered on to test each pin while watching the colors change.  I'm just not sure what I would touch the negative electrode to.
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/09/11 15:14:48 (permalink)
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    Same question has Budge72, i have a 1080 ftw2 and a z270g from asus and i want to sync their LEDs but only a 6pin header at the back of the card...

     
    I've been giving this a lot of thought.  The two 4-pin headers are obviously for the fans.  That leaves 4 sets of lights to control:  the main lights on the front edge and fan side of the card, and 3 individual LEDS that change color independently based on temps.  The 6-pin header doesn't have enough pins to control 4 lights, unless the temp LEDS are addressable.  So one pin would be 12V (or 5V), three pins would be RGB for the main LEDS, and the last two would be the ground and data return pins for the the addressable LEDs.  The only way I know to test this is to carefully use a multimeter while the card is powered on to test each pin while watching the colors change.  I'm just not sure what I would touch the negative electrode to.


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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/10/25 06:42:43 (permalink)
    Hi there , I just recently purchased a EVGA 2070 RTX with RGB. And I was wondering if this would be basically the same set up? I just do not remember seeing an rgb header on the back of the graphics card. My mobo is a ROG Crosshair VII. Thanks for any help in advance!
    Thunder-93 did this work for you??
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2018/10/25 08:41:16 (permalink)
    HeavyHemi sorry i can not pm you, but do you know if my evga 2070 xc is going to have an rgb header i could possibly hookup to and extend to my rgb header on my motherboard? 
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    Re: 1080 ti FTW3 RGB Sync with Asus Aura 2019/06/11 20:20:39 (permalink)
    Did you ever figure this out? I have a 1070ti ftw2 and I'm wondering about this connector and if I can make use of it for rgb on a waterblock and possibly reroute the addressable LEDs so I can still have quick reference to temps based on the color.
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