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KC422
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RGB Omen 30L

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Wondering if anyone knows the RGB pinouts on these Omen computers.

 

The front fan, CPU cooler and the front diamond all go to a small controller board. The connectors all have 5 pin locations but are only using 4 wires.

 

I assume this is just 4 wire RGB but don't see anything that is labeled to identify 12v / R / G / B. So wondering if anyone knows or if there is anyway to check.

 

Thanks. 

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Yeah I was trying to find a similar information on that little control board so that I can try to use it after I moved my motherboard to a different case, but couldn't find any information on it. 

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@hwsense wrote:

Yeah I was trying to find a similar information on that little control board so that I can try to use it after I moved my motherboard to a different case, but couldn't find any information on it. 


Well if I figure it out I will let you know.

 

I actually changed the Mobo and case on mine. The Z490 MSI MPG wifi and a Deepcool Matrexx 55 case. Reused the front Omen fan as a rear fan on the new case and used the Omen rear fan on the top of the new case. Reused the CPU cooler. 3 120 deepcool fans on the front.

 

I now have 64GB of RAM running at XMP 1 profile. 😊 As a bonus I think I've gained 15-20 FPS on Red Dead Redemption 2 and CPU (i7) temp has dropped 20 degrees.

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Funny I actually bought the same motherboard, just have to install it, but for now I am holding on to the HP motherboard. 

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@hwsense wrote:

Funny I actually bought the same motherboard, just have to install it, but for now I am holding on to the HP motherboard. 


I like it so far. No issues other than not having RGB on the rear fan and CPU cooler.

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