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Old 12-06-2018, 02:57 PM
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Default First time using RGB cooling, how do I connect it all together?

I got a Corsair 460X RGB, I got 3x 120 SP rgb with it which I will use with my H150i Pro RGB instead of the non-rgb fans following the h150i. I also got one ML120 in the back and two ML120 at the top. A fan hub and a controller followed the case, do I need anything else to sync all these together and control them through software?

Also, I have a ASUS X470 RGB, ASUS ROG RTX 2070 RGB and G.skill Trident Z RGB.

Is it possigle to sync all these components (Corsair cooling, mobo, gpu, ram) in Asus Aura or does it have to be some combination of programs?
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:39 PM
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The Corsair devices aren't controllable via iCue.
Also, the SP-RGB Fans aren't going to work connected to the radiator's fan controller. The radiator only supports PWM fans connected to the controller. You can, however, use another connection, such as the Commander Pro or your motherboard, to control them. A CoPro would be preferable as you could control the fans based on coolant temperature.

I'd recommend, too, that you take some time with the RGB FAQ linked in my signature. It'll answer a lot of your questions, including probably some that you don't know that you'll have. ;)
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