• RGB LED splitter cable allows you to connect four RGB LED lightings to one RGB connector. • Simple connection for RGB LED controller • Supports motherboard lighting control applications FeaturesApplication: Convert one RGB LED connector to four RGB LED connectors Length: 10cm (without connector) Connector: 2.54mm RGB LED female connector x 1, 2.54mm RGB LED male connector x 4 Product number: AK-CBLD02-10BK
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Akasa RGB LED Splitter Cable, Block Convertor 4 Devices to 1 Connector is rated
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Rated 2 out of
Exposed metal pins on any unused RGB headers.This is a quality built product, but it could do with plastic caps to go over any unused RGB headers.
I only have 3 RGB fans and the splitter supports up to 4 RGB connectors, so I had a spare one that was just exposed, I decided to cover it with electricians tape to stop it from shorting out on the metal inside the case. Another option would have been to double sided tape the splitter down somewhere but I wasn't sure if the heat in the case would make it come loose again, so I opted for taping over the exposed header.
They should have really had some foresight and supplied at least 2 covers. (No need for 3 or more as you wouldn't need a splitter if you weren't going to split from 1 to 2).
Date published: 2018-08-14
Rated 5 out of
Great value for the moneyI had multiple RGB elements to connect including RGB fans of two different types, one 3 x 120mm Deepcool and 2 x 200m Cooler Master fans also a RGB Led Strip and a RGB Light Bar from Cooler Master. The Akasa RGB LED Splitter did the job perfectly and I now have all the RGB elements working in Sinc through the motherboard control of my Gigabyte RGB Fusion...I didn't think it would work, but it did...brilliant piece oif kit.
Date published: 2018-07-14
Rated 1 out of
Steer well clear!I needed one of these so I could get the 'Aura' colours working on my CPU / Heat sink fan. As per instructions, the arrows on the splitter "should" point to the arrows on the RGB plugs that you're putting in. Well, when I plugged it in, no lighting came on, and the power cut to my CPU fan.. baffled by this, I contacted Akasa directly. One of their team said that this splitter had the arrows printed the wrong way around and that it needed to be plugged in so the arrow on the plugs is the opposite side to the arrow on the splitter. After doing this, the lights came on, but I have lost the function of RED on my RGB header. I plugged in all my LED's one-by-one directly in to my header, and no RED colour appeared. I checked my LED's on a friends PC, and they worked fine. So this splitter has caused my RGB header to fail. Akasa have had the cheek to say that my motherboard just happened to develop a fault and that I should contact Asus. It seems rather convenient that my 10 day old motherboard just happened to fail after using their splitter, doesn't it? Especially as it was all working before I tried using it. Akasa have refused to take responsibility of the situation, even when one of their team admitted to me that the instructions (arrow markings) are incorrect. They are still allowing these to be sold like it. I am now in the process of contacting Trading standards over this matter.
Date published: 2017-10-25
Rated 3 out of
Good when it worksBought two of these, one of them has a faulty wire which means the blue channel pin doesn't work and I can only use the RG parts of my RGB fans. The other one works fine, unfortunately not worth returning for a fiver.
Most RGB splitters are white for some reason and thankfully this one is black, which matches the rest of my build. It's a shame one of them turned out to be unusable.