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Old 03-03-2020, 10:48 PM
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Default How to connect GPU RGB to Commander Pro

Putting a loop in other PC and only hrydro x part will be the GPU block because I prefer them

Will be using just the Hydro GPU and was wondering how to connect it to the Commander pro? The Pro will only be used as a fan hub ( no RGB on fans ) and basically only RGB will be EK CPU and Distro Block as well as hydro x GPU

I would assume you would need some sort of extension cable. I am not up to scratch on RGB at all
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Old 03-04-2020, 05:21 AM
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You can connect the RGB cable from the XG7 GPU water block directly to the RGB channel on your Commander PRO.
At 1:14 you can see the RGB part.

How to setup lighting control in iCUE:
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Old 03-04-2020, 05:49 AM
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and for a visual reference....

Red line is RGB Control..

as you can see. in the Corsair Hydro X eco system the RGB is daisy chained. the GPU Block has 2 cables.. an in and an out..

you would connect the in cable to one of the RGB Channels on the Commander Pro..

unfortunately corsair does not sell the RGB extension cables.

you get 4 with Corsairs Pro Lighting strips though.

another option is Pirate Dog Tech which does after market cables..

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you would want the Corsair RGB LED Strip Extension Cable
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