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Old 10-07-2019, 10:41 PM
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Default 3sp fans,1 ll fan+commander pro ll fan wont post

so i have a 570x case which comes with the RGB Lighting Hub, i have added one ll120 fan and the iCUE Commander PRO.
i dont seem to have any control on the ll fan lights, was i suppose to get the Lighting Node PRO with the one ll fan? there is no way to control it through the icue commander pro?!
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You cannot mix SP and LL fans on the same Fan Hub/Lighting Channel. They have completely different control protocols.
The single LL fans don't come with a LNP or a fan hub. Those only come in the multipacks.
With the Commander Pro, you have two channels. Each channel can have a separate fan hub. You'd need a channel for the LL fans and a channel for the SP fans.
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Old 10-08-2019, 10:51 AM
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ok, thank you for the quick reply!
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