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Old 08-16-2019, 10:13 AM
Ruenzuo Ruenzuo is offline
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I have the exact same issue, since the Windows update 1903 my 6 LL120 fans stopped working (only one lights up). I have two RGB hubs connected to a Commander Pro.

My troubleshooting attempt before reading this thread was to swap the fans in order to identify if any of them was damaged, but all 6 of them light up if they're either in the first or second location, and I tried different RGB hubs too so it's either the Commander Pro (I don't have another one and I won't buy another one) or a software issue.

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Old 09-04-2019, 10:51 AM
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Can you be a bit more specific about the temps? Which temps were rising "above nominal temps"? What do you consider "nominal temps"? What temps are you seeing on the processor? What cooler do you have and what's controlling the case fans?

System specs?
Any news about this issue? Are you even working on this?
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