First, I apologize if my terminology is incorrect. I am out of my element, but trying to figure this out.
I bought a cheap PC case in Korea, and it included an RGB LED strip on the front of the case which has a cable attached via 4-pin to the strip itself, but on the other end of the cable, it is reduced to two pins. I am guessing that if I were to plug a full RGB cable (4pin to 4pin) to an RGB controller, I could control the RGB strip more precisely. However, the intention of this 2 pin seems to be simply to toggle the RGB LED strip through a series of presets, which is done via a button on the front of the case.
However, I also purchased 6 cheap Korean RGB case fans, which are also controlled by a 2 pin rgb connector. I believe if I plug them individually into the 2 pin connector which goes to the button on the case, they can each individually be cycled through preset patterns.
My goal, and my question, if I were to find a hub or splitters which allowed me to connect all of these 6 fans and LED strip to the button on the case, would I be able to cycle them through the preset patterns simultaneously via one button? I believe they all have some memory system which allows them to remember which part of the cycle they left off on when the system is powered down, so I would need to make sure they are all synchronized before connecting them to each other, but if this would work, where would I be able to purchase a 2-pin RGB hub/splitter?
I believe the answer is more of an electronics one than RGB specific, as the switch is probably sending a very simple message to trigger the RGB LED systems to move onto the next pattern in the cycle rather than sending specific RGB data.
Thank you for your help.