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Old 03-11-2018, 08:58 AM
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Default Commander Pro SATA Connection

I´ve recently build my pc and connected everything to the 2 4xSATA-power cables from my PSU. Everything works so far, but o i have to keep anything in mind for their connection? Or is it ok to plug everything together like i did? Like 1 cable for 12V, 1 for 5V, etc.?

I have 7 SATA pwoer connectors:
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- Commander Pro
- 2x RGB Fan LED Hub
- Lightning Node Pro
- Samsung 850 Evo
- Seagate BarraCuda 2TB
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No, you should be OK. Question: why do you need both the CoPro and the NoPro? Do you have some strips in the mix as well? I noticed 2 Fan Hubs.
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Yeah I have LL fans, HD fans and some strips :)
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