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Old 01-23-2020, 04:49 AM
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Default Lighting Node Pro and fans

Hello all ,

Just have a question about the lighting Node pro:

I have to connect 6 LL120 fans and 1 LL140 fan. Which means 2 Corsair RGB Fan Led Hubs *sigh*.

The lighting Node pro has two channels: 1 | 2 - would I be correct in saying that I should connect the second RGB hub to this for power or would I have to use another light Node Pro hub?

Second issue I am facing is that I need 3, preferably 4 internal USB 2.0 headers. What's the best way to achieve this? I feel that spending another €140 on 2 commander pro units is over the top.

There is another brand that has 3 headers but read some bad reviews and its molex powered
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1) There are RGB Fan Splitters available from a 3rd party. You could put all 7 LL fans on a single hub. But no more than 7!!

2) You can use one LNP with one hub on each channel. The LNP doesn't power the fan hub; it only provides the data signal.

3) Many folks use the NZXT internal USB hub. It works. It's molex so that's icky.
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