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Old 12-14-2018, 12:19 AM
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For fan control, in any scenario, you can use standard PWM Fan splitters. However, if you are using the Commander Pro, limit yourself to using 2 way splitters. We've seen lots of issues with 3-way splitters on the Commander Pro.

For the RGB Splitters, 2-way RGB splitters that work with the Corsair fans do exist. With all ML fans, you'll be under the power limit. You can also use a splitter on the Lighting Channel so that you can have 2 fan hubs on a single Lighting Channel. However, this works best when both channels are identical, which you wouldn't have. Splitters are available here: https://www.ebay.com/str/piratedogtech or you can make your own - check out the link for "Making/Repairing RGB Cables" in my signature.

Question: what is it that you are trying to accomplish with splitters here?
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