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Old 02-07-2018, 05:27 AM
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Default 6 x LL120 fans 1 x CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO 1x very wierd issue


I currently have 2xLL120 RGB 3 pan packs. Using one of the included lighting node pro's I get the following problem.

Add fans 1-3 in the corsair link software, all 3 fans work perfectly, full control

add fan 4 in the corsair link software, Fan 4 does not light and there is no control

add fan 5 in the corsair link software and fan 4 lights up with full control

add fan 6 in the corsair link software and fan 5 lights up with full control

Fan 6 stays dark, swap fans 5 and 6 in the hub and fan 6 then works.

Tried reflashing the firmware initially all fans light up, but as soon as you try to control them the issue above reappears.

Tried the other lighting node pro from the second 3 fan pack and the same thing happens.

Tried an older version of the link software and no different

This is doing my nut in, any help would be appreciated


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Old 02-07-2018, 09:52 AM
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Put fan 4 at the end. Put fans 5&6 in positions 4&5.
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Old 02-08-2018, 04:53 AM
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It didn't work fault stayed just on a different fan , but what I did find out the solution was I removed EVGA's precision XOC and replaced it with MSI afterburner. Everything is working fine now. Thanks for your help
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Old 02-08-2018, 07:30 AM
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Yep guys...when ever you have a problem with either lighting or controlling fan RPM speeds its always best to have no other lighting or fan control sofware running... as they can interfere with the Corsair Link Software.
So do your setup with no other software running until you are completely happy with your setup, and then if you want to run additional software for lighting or fan control to see if it affects Link or your setup then that's ok... hope this helps

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confused, hub, link 4, node pro, rgb fans

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