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Old 05-01-2019, 07:31 PM
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Default Control Non-Corsair Fan Speed in Icue

Hello,
I have Corsair and Non-Corsair (Be Quiet) PWM Fan in my case.
I was wondering if I could control the Non Corser Fan SPEED (no rgb) within iCue ?
With(out) a CoPro ?
If I plug them on the CoPro will they be recognized in the software ?

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Not without a Commander Pro. iCue doesn't control fans connected to the motherboard.
If you plug them into the CoPro, they will be recognized as a PWM fan - just like any other fan.
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Thank you for your answer :)
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