Hello, @alishark666 .
EXP-ARGB (Expandable Addressable RGB) typically refers to an interface used to connect ARGB light strips or fans to the motherboard within a PC case.
In most cases, the case's ARGB hub will have multiple ARGB ports that can be connected to the corresponding ARGB interface on the motherboard.
We would advise you to refer to the motherboard's user manual for detailed installation instructions.
It provides specific instructions and guidance on the recommended installation positions for various components on the motherboard.
Thanks for your answer,i have other question,i have the case but i dont build it yet,i just want to know is the reset button on case not clicky like the power button ?because i try to push it and thought its broken.
After confirming with the relevant department, it has been verified that the reset button does indeed produce a clicking sound when pressed, similar to the power button.
However, we are unable to determine the exact situation you are facing, so we suggest trying to verify the button functionality after assembling the system.
Alternatively, since you recently made the purchase, it would be advisable to contact the retailer for further clarification.
Hi. Can i know the specs of the rgb and fan hub with the gr701 hyperion case? I"m replacing the case fans and i want to know if each fan header on the hub can support a 1A, 0.5A or 0.3A input voltage?
May I ask if you are currently inquiring about the input voltage for each pin shown in the [Gaming Cases] ROG Hyperion GR701 gaming case fan (front/rear) disassembly and assembly instructions ?
I have further consulted the relevant department, and we will update the response here as soon as we confirm the specifications.
Thank you for your patience.
Upon confirmation, the total output current of the GR701 FAN hub is 3.0 A.
This means that if you need to connect three fans, the maximum output current limit for each fan would be 1.0 A.
Generally, the output current of standard fans is around 0.20-0.25 A.
It is advisable for you to carefully check the specifications of your fans.
Thank you. That's the info that i was looking for as i'm installing 140mm fans which are 0.5A rated. Is the total 3.0A rated for the hub including the argb and rgb headers? What are those headers rated at?