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Old 09-01-2018, 08:58 AM
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Default 9xll120 how using?

i am building a new pc and my new case is the new Lian Li o11 dynamic witch has place for 9 fans. so i was buying 3x3ll120s cause they were discounted and was asking what i need to work all 9 fans with led. i already have a comander. do i need some more? and how do i plug the fans in.
I NEVER BUILD A PC SO IM COMPLETLY NEW!!
and am buying the 150i 360 rad and am replacing the stockfans with the ll120s
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You'll need 2 fan hubs. The Commander Pro will be enough to control the lighting - you'll fill both channels though.

For fan speed control, you can use 2-way splitters but they aren't officially supported. DO NOT use 3-way splitters; we've seen lots of issues with those.

Review the RGB FAQ as well.
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