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Old 07-15-2019, 03:35 PM
QuiXilverZA QuiXilverZA is offline
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Well, I guess I'll answer my own question. It works. So far, anyway.

I managed to move all major components to the 1000D. Until I install the hard line I switched to air cooling for the CPU and using on board graphics for the time being. I installed the 3x LL140's to my 420mm rad up top and it works using the pass through from the tower LED lights.

The node pro that came with the LED's seems to be faulty (node 1 anyway; I didn't bother trying node 2 as I need both nodes for the final setup). Granted it is a few years old. I swapped it out with the node pro that came with the LL140's and yes there was light.

So, thus far:
  • Tower LED passing through to RGB Hub 1 for 3 LL's
  • 4x LED strips to node 1 on Node Pro connected to USB header.

The tempered glass gives the LED strips a really sexy look.

Next up, the remaining 8x LL120's will be connnected to the existing RGB hub and RGB hub #2. RGB Hub #2 will go to Node 2 on CoPro.

2x HD 120's will be connected to RGB hub # 3 which will go to node 2 on the NoPro.

Here's what it looks like so far. I need to kill the space between the led strips. Suggestions welcome.
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