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Old 06-29-2020, 01:47 AM
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Default 7x QL120 fans, 2 LED strips! how to control them all?

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I have 6 QL120 fans, and a QL140 fan and a pair of LED strips and I cant see how I am supposed to get all 7 fans lit?

I have the QL Fan controller which controls 6 fans, and the Lighting node Pro, which sorts the LED strips, but I can't see how to get the 7th fan lit?

I acquired a Commander pro which is cool, and I will use to replace the node pro, and my third party fan hub, but the lighting outputs on that and the node pro are 3 wire, whereas the QL fans are 4 wire? I tried to see if i could buy a second QL fan controller but I cant seem to find it as an accessory?

I am considering getting a H150 I AIO cooler which I would use my QL fans on, does that come with a controller I can use? Otherwise how can I get a QL fan controller?

I really hope that all made sense, I am new to all this RGB gab.
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Old 06-29-2020, 02:05 AM
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There are 3rd party RGB Fan Splitters available that will do the trick. You'll have 2 QLs that are identical but they will all light up.

To control the QL fans from the Commander Pro, you'll need an RGB Fan LED Hub - https://www.corsair.com/us/en//Categ...b/p/CO-8950020.

Check out the RGB FAQ linked in my sig.
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Thanks. Non of those appear to be available in NZ, i'll see if one of my locals can get a rgb hub in, that way i can keep the effects in order.
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Managed to get a fan hub off a mate, and switched the lighting node out for the commander pro. The temp sensors are a nice touch, and im glad I got the commander pro. Now to start my Hydro X cooling system!!@!!@@!!
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