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Old 08-23-2019, 01:28 AM
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Default Fan splitters on an H150i pro

im wanting to run an h150i pro in push/pull using 3 ll120s and 3 ml120s. can i just run 4 pin pwm fan splitters off the aio? or should i try and split off my commander pro? its running six more ll120s
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hi buddy..... Don't do that.... you will blow the Fan Controller in the Pump. not recommended at all imho
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so could i split off my commander pro? i can use mb headers too but id like to keep all the fans setup in icue
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so could i split off my commander pro? i can use mb headers too but id like to keep all the fans setup in icue
You can use 2 way splitters on the CoPro. Don't use 3 way splitters. And keep to 9 fans or less total.
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so could i split off my commander pro? i can use mb headers too but id like to keep all the fans setup in icue
As said.. yeah you could use PWM splitters on the Commander Pro...

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Not Officially supported but there is no reason why you can not use Fan header Splitter cables on the Commander Pro (note there is a 1A limitation per fan header and a 4.5A limitation for the entire unit (including it's MCU and any Corsair RGB Strips you have attached) and I recommend no more than 2 Fans on any one Channel (note, seen plenty of issues when trying to use triple PWM splitters or more). and no more than 9 fans (i stick to 8 but have run 9 in the past)

more on it and other RGB goodness below

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=173880
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ok im just gonna run another commander pro. that will leave me with room to throw 3 more ml120 fans in the future with a custom gpu loop in the bigger pc-011 wgx. im already running 6 ll120s off my commander plus 2 of the fan rgb hubs.

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