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Old 08-25-2019, 01:25 PM
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Default Connect 8 fans to one channel

I have 8 RGB Fans. 6x 120LL and 2x 140LL from H115i and i want to put everything into one channel. I have 2x RGB Fan Led Controller and 2x Lighting Node Pro. How can I put all this together? I would not like to spend extra money on commander pro.

I'm not really good in cables and stuffs like that, so I would appreciate if anyone would like to help me.
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Old 08-25-2019, 07:07 PM
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If you have the H115i Platinum, that has an RGB controller and connections for 2 fans onboard.
If not, you have 2 fan hubs and to LNPs. So you are fine there. You can use both channels.
DO NOT use splitters or anything else to put 8 LL fans on a single RGB Fan LED Hub. That would exceed the amount of current available on the SATA power connector. Bad things can happen when you do that. DO NOT do it.
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