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Currently i am planning ahead for the Corsair 1000D to come out. For me to have all of the RGB fans running which will be around 20 LL RGB fans i need 4 Corsair Commanders and I'll have 4 Lighting Node Pros as well. I was wondering if it would be possible to run 16 LED strips and that many fans in the iCue setup.
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Yes, that should be fine. Check out the RGB FAQ linked in my signature ... this will be helpful. I don't think you'll need quite that many CoPros or NoPros, however.

 

With the LL fans, 2x fan splitters certainly work on the CoPro. You should be OK with only 2 CoPros.

Each CoPro or NoPro can control 2 fan hubs. You'll need 4 of those. That covers your 2 CoPros. 1 additional NoPro can handle up to 12 strips in iCue - 6 per channel.

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Currently i am planning ahead for the Corsair 1000D to come out. For me to have all of the RGB fans running which will be around 20 LL RGB fans i need 4 Corsair Commanders and I'll have 4 Lighting Node Pros as well. I was wondering if it would be possible to run 16 LED strips and that many fans in the iCue setup.

 

I can confirm that 4 node pro's work fine in iCue and I also have 16 fans connected, although they are a mixture of HD and LL and SP rgb fans. Hope you get the case and hope to see your build :)

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