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Old 01-14-2020, 10:53 PM
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Default H100i rgb Platinum and ql fans?

Can I use ql fans on the h100i instead of the mls it came with without causing problems?

Also, the fans on the radiator are connected to the rgb cable coming from the pump, instead of plugging their rgb cables into the pump can I plug them straight into the the rgb node(the one that came with the ql 3 pack) so they sync with the rest of the ql fans in the case?

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You can use the QLs on the H100i. The RGB will have to be connected to the Lighting Node Core as the built-in Platinum controller doesn't support QL fans.

The MLs are, however, much better radiator fans.
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