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ARGB-Node 1×8
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ARGB-Node 1×8

USD $17.00

A custom designed Singularity Computers hub with high quality components and a dual layer PCB. The PCB and connectors are black with white logos and labelling. It has an ARGB input which is split into 8 outputs in a row. This hub draws power from the ARGB inputs, so it does not require any extra power connections. It comes with an ARGB cable to connect the hub to your motherboard or other devices.

SKU: SC-ARGB-N-1x8 Categories: , Tag:

Specifications & Included Items:
SC ARGB-Node 1×8. Black Dual Layer PCB.
Inputs: ARGB x1.
Outputs: ARGB x 8 in a row.
Cable: Black ARGB 500mm.
PCB Dimensions: L70mm x W15mm x H12mm.
Packaged Dimensions & Weight: L150mm x W100mm x H20mm. 0.04kg.

Connect the ARGB Input to your motherboard or other compatible devices using the included cable. Connect your lights to the hub.
Warning: Only connect the input to 5V ARGB headers and only connect 5V ARGB devices to the hub, connecting 12V DRGB devices will results in damage to your devices and to the hub.

Experience Singularity:
We create the products we want in our builds based on our 15 years of experience building high end computers. All our designs begin with function, versatility is vital to increase the possibilities so that you can create the build you want to, something unique. Our products are premium, we do not hold back on quality to save cost. All our products use the most high-end available materials and manufacturing processes. Our vision is to continue to introduce unique and exciting ideas, to inspire and lead the industry.

Additional information

Weight 0.136 kg
Dimensions 290 × 140 × 25 mm


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    Does this PCB serialize the A-RGB or are all the outputs in parallel?
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    Q Does this PCB serialize the A-RGB or are all the outputs in parallel?
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