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Old 06-07-2018, 10:35 PM
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Default Corsair 1000D build. The father and son rig... with a hint of Star Wars.

Guys!

Years later I have decided to try this again. Parts:

I have or will be getting....

Asus ROG Maximus X formula
Asus ROG STRIX ITX
17-8700k
i7-8086k
EVGA 1080 on ITX mobo
EVGA temp card until 1180's on formula board
Corsair RBG Pro 32GB on both systems 3200
Samsung 970 M.2 drives on both
Samsung 1TB SSD on formula
Samsung 750GB SSD on ITX

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EK PE 480 Rads
EK thick 3x120 Rad on top
14 - 22 inwin Polaris RBG fans
2 EX RBG res with D5 pump combo's
fittings and tubing undecided as of now

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Old 06-09-2018, 07:03 AM
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One beaut build! Building similar myself
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Old 07-08-2018, 11:44 AM
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Sorry this took so long. Please forgive the one black PCIe wire, still waiting on some cables but you get the idea....













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Old 10-07-2018, 10:48 PM
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Switched out the fans and the colors, added some drains... Woot Corsair.

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Old 10-07-2018, 10:49 PM
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The towel is so I can move her while working....

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Old 10-08-2018, 02:57 AM
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looking good dude!..
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Thanks Zotty. I am getting some rgb extension cables from Dev biker. Was going to ask you do you have a wiring diagram of how you hooked up your fan setup? I can’t get the front right to sync in the visor effect they jump all over the place. Corsair needs to make an eight fan rgb hub.
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After you create the effects, shut down iCue and restart it. Things like Visor have a "start time" and restarting iCue should reset it and keep them in sync (assuming same number of fans, same settings, etc).
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Thanks Zotty. I am getting some rgb extension cables from Dev biker. Was going to ask you do you have a wiring diagram of how you hooked up your fan setup? I can’t get the front right to sync in the visor effect they jump all over the place. Corsair needs to make an eight fan rgb hub.
this is how i have my front fans dude.. did it this way so RGBz would play ball when it came to sequential effects etc and indeed kept control on one place....



and here is how its all set up...

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Thank you!!!!!
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After you create the effects, shut down iCue and restart it. Things like Visor have a "start time" and restarting iCue should reset it and keep them in sync (assuming same number of fans, same settings, etc).
Ok I will try that.... it is really strange, my back 8 fans sync just perfect, but the front 8 skip around in a non repeatable pattern. When I get the extensions you are making (thank you so much!) I will play around with it and maybe post some pics/vids of it if I can't get it right...
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this is how i have my front fans dude.. did it this way so RGBz would play ball when it came to sequential effects etc and indeed kept control on one place....



and here is how its all set up...

Hi,

So with this map, the 8 fans in the front to they all light up in some kind of sync? To me, it looks like the four right fans in the front would be fine, but the ones on the left would light up 3,5,6,1 no?
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Hi,

So with this map, the 8 fans in the front to they all light up in some kind of sync? To me, it looks like the four right fans in the front would be fine, but the ones on the left would light up 3,5,6,1 no?

well spotted,, they are infact wired up in order... 4 at bottom... 1 at the top... they light up in order dude.....


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hows that.. swapped the numbers around on the hub lol

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here is another i did for someone else.... push/pull on front and top fans

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