Thermaltake Sync Controller Hub for RGB LEDs Now Available
Ron Perillo / 3 years ago
Most users have heard of a fan hub, a convenient device for connecting multiple devices into one location. However, more and more users are more concerned with RGB LEDs than cooling these days. So it only makes sense that an RGB LED hub be available. This is exactly what Thermaltake has done and are announcing the availability of the new Sync Controller hub. The full name of the device is officially the Thermaltake TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition. I have no idea why it has to be that long, but I do know that it makes RGB LED setup easier.
TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition Features
The Sync Controller is a 9-port LED hub for synchronizing Thermaltake’s digital LEDs. The idea is simple. Connect up to nine addressable LEDs to the hub, then connect the hub to the motherboard’s RGB LED header. Most current generation motherboards have an RGB LED header or two available. With the hub, users can synchronize all nine devices without hooking up multiple hardware controllers. Thermaltake’s solution is currently compatible with ASUS AURA Sync, Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion and MSI’s Mystic Light Sync. It also has an auxiliary SATA power connector so that the RGB devices have enough power. Cables are provided in the package.
Compatible Thermaltake RGB LED Products
- (CL-W181-CU00SW-A) Pacific W4 Plus
- (CL-F053/F054/F056/F057/F059) Riing Plus 12/14 RGB Case Fans
- (CL-W194/W195) Pacific V-GTX 1080Ti Plus ASUS/MSI
- (CL-W187-PL00SW-A) Pacific PR22-D5 Plus
- (CL-W182-AL00SW-A) Pacific RL360 Plus
- (CL-W157/W158/W167) Floe Riing RGB 240/360/280
- (CL-O014-PL00SW-A) Pacific Lumi Plus LED Strip
Motherboard Support List
TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition Installation Video
Pricing Information and Availability
The TT Sync Controller TT Premium Edition is now available via the TTPremium website for only $24.99.