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Old 03-19-2019, 01:15 AM
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Default iCue not detecting fans on my 570x and LL120

I've recently purchased my new CPU. However, Im only able to control the RGB of my corsair vengeance pro from icue. Software does not detect the fans which came with the case or the additional ll120 fan i added to the rear.

I'm not very familiar with CPU components but I know i do not have NodePro or CommanderPro.

Is there anyway i can adjust the lighting of the fans? Currently only able to do so via the buttons on the case connected to the 570x's front fans x3
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Old 03-19-2019, 02:15 AM
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You would need a Node Pro or Commander Pro for software control. Also, you can’t mix different fan types (SP and LL) in the same RGB hub and furthermore, can’t control the LL series fans with the included 570x button controller. Lots of great info for 570x fan setup in the link below:
570X Mirror Black

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Old 03-19-2019, 03:30 AM
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You know NOT to put that LL fan on the same RGB Fan LED Hub and its SP button Controller as the supplied SP RGB Fans don't you?

always worth the read buddy...

My Corsair RGB FAQ
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