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Old 04-01-2018, 04:39 PM
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I have ordered the ll120s and I think I could probably make this cable. Just need to check.
Is it a Molex 50-57-9403 on both sides of the wire or just one side?
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And is it 4 Molex 16-02-0102 or 8 overal as I was thinking it's 4 each side looking at the video isn't it?
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It's £50 for the CoPro and dont know if it's worth it. Just the connectors will take a while to arrive and will be more hastle
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The video shows making an extension cable for the fans. That's not what you need though the process is the same.
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The connector for the cable between the Lighting Node Pro/Commander Pro RGB ports and the RGB Fan Hub uses Molex 50-57-9403 female socket connector on both ends. For this cable, only 2 of the 3 connectors are filled. Pin 1 (where the arrow is on the connector; this is +5V power) is not connected on either side.
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Will I be able to do this with standard wire and heatshrink around it?
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As long as its 24 AWG, yup. Heck ... I used Cat 5 cables to make a fan extension.
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ordered them, thanks
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On the diagram you sent me, where do I split the controllers so I can control the fans either from the buttons on top of the case or through software or is it just one or the other I have to use?
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On the diagram you sent me, where do I split the controllers so I can control the fans either from the buttons on top of the case or through software or is it just one or the other I have to use?
It's just one or the other; it can't be both. The push-button controller and the Commander Pro actually use the same connection to the RGB Fan Hub.
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Okay, fair enough. Cheers
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Completely worked fine, decided to get the commander pro and all looks brilliant!
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Completely worked fine, decided to get the commander pro and all looks brilliant!
Do we get pictures???

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Not the best looking build in the world, especially with the terrible GPU but not a bad first RGB tempered glass build.




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Not the best looking build in the world, especially with the terrible GPU but not a bad first RGB tempered glass build.
Looks good to me dude.. well done :)...
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Looks good to me too!

More importantly ... do you like it? It's a good feeling ... putting it all together and having it work ... isn't it?
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