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Old 08-14-2017, 04:36 AM
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Default RGB Fans and LED Strip setup

So I have

3 pack of RGB HD Fans with controller

2 individual 140 RGB HD Fans

Lightning Node Pro with 4 Led Strips

Commander Pro.

Do I need anything else to run them all through the Commander Pro?

I know the fans have to be linked up to the controller and pro but what about the LED strips will they just work fine going through the pro?
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Old 08-14-2017, 04:38 AM
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nope you are ready to rock bud


Fans Rgb cables into rgb fan led hub

plug rgb fan led hub into Commander Led channel 1 (or 2) and its sata connection to psu (leaving a channel free for future options)

Node pro in Commander usb socket 1 (or 2) and its sata connection to psu and its 4 strips plugged into channel 1 (leaving channel 2 free for future options)

Fans power cables into commander fan plugs 1 to 6

plug commander power cable into sata power plug from psu

and of course download latest CLink software

plug commander usb into mother boards internal usb header


Edit

you could leave the node pro out all together and plug your 4 strips into the empty channel on the commander pro

my system has 10 fans and 8 strips... 2 x rgb fan led hub's into commander pro for fan rgb control and 1 x lighting node pro for 2 x 4 strips

Hope this helps buddy

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Old 08-14-2017, 04:39 AM
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Thumbs up All 5 HD fans + 4 x LED strips can be controlled by the CLCP

All 5 HD fans + 4 x LED strips can be controlled by the CLCP (Commander Pro) and you don't need to use the CLNP (Lightning Node Pro) at all.
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Old 08-14-2017, 04:52 AM
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just re read your post lol.. the edit option is the one... dont need the node pro

rgb fan led hub into commander led channel 1 with fans rgb cables into the rgb fan led hub

and your 4 strips into commander led channel 2
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Old 08-14-2017, 05:27 AM
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Glad I dont need the lightning node pro mounting this stuff is going to be a pain in my Corsair 750D should be worth it though when its done.
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