URGENT: need answers to a question regarding rgb fans and fan controllers

Okay, so I'm a first time builder and I'm going all out on my first build to "future proof" (really just over compensating) and I have a question about my fans and mobo. It is also worth noting that I am going for aesthetic appeal with this build and am not looking for criticism about how it's a dumb idea. I just want to know if it's possible or impossible. I am getting a Enthoo Elite case which will have a total of 23 (including 3 radiator fans) fans. Now I don't want my computer to sound like Hurricane Katrina so I want to be able to control my fan speeds via my mobo. I also don't want my rgb lighting to be out of sync because I am striving for that eye pleasing synchronization. All of these fans, if this is possible, will be a mix of the 120mm and 140mm variants of the CoolerMaster MasterFan Pro Air Balance RGB which has 1x4-pin connector for power and speed control. These are compatible with the Asus Aura software according to the website, so syncing this specific type of fan with my mobo is not an issue. However, my mobo, the ASUS ROG Maximus IX Extreme, does not have enough fan headers to power all of these fans individually, nor do I believe their is one on the consumer market that does. I am wondering if it is possible to use the Thermaltake Commander FP to sync all of my case fans' speed. I believe I have evidence to prove that this could will work:
In the video provided in the above link it shows that the fans are plugged into a controller, which then plugs into the mobo. I
am really confused as to whether he is plugging the rgb connectors or the power connectors to the fan controller. A swift response (even if it confirms that syncing all of my fans lighting is impossible) would be greatly appreciated as it would take a lot of stress off of my back. Thank you for your time.:D
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    Generally fan controllers are plugged directly into the power supply.

    You could connect them onto the motherboard but I wouldn't have anymore than two to one fan header or you'll start drawing too much current.
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