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Hey guys, so I’m building my first PC, and I have about 10 fans, all of which are RGB LL120s except 3 of them are the SP120s. So! I have the NZXT kraken x72(yes I know not Corsair, couldn’t find one at the time of looking) with 3 LL120s and 3 SP120s in push/pull. And the rest are LL120s. I have the commander pro as well as the Corsair lighting strips. Is it possible for me to connect all 10 fans and sync with the commander pro? If so could you explain how I accomplish this? I have the other fan hub that came with the case as well and I’m not really too concerned with using the cases too RGB fan speed control. Any help is greatly appreciated!

 

EDIT: my motherboard is Z370 Aorus Gaming 7

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3 x LL120 (radiator) on the X72 fan headers. The 3 SP120 DC motor fans will have to go on the Commander Pro. That plus a temp probe behind the radiator exhaust will give you a control variable to match the coolant temp in CAM (hopefully).

 

That leaves 2 top, 1 rear, and 1 PSU fan(?) to divide among the 3 slots open on the C-Pro and any motherboard headers you have. No specific recommendations for that. Which ones go in the C-Pro and which to the board probably depends on what you want to use for a control variable. Motherboard choices will be a bit generic. You can get creative with the C-Pro. I might put the PSU fan and rear exhaust on that so I could tweak speeds in accordance with GPU temp or PSU temp, something you can't do from the board.

 

Link is going to be required at all times for the LL fans. I don't know how Link/iCUE will play along with CAM, which is required for pump and fan control on the X72. When last I used them both in January, this was an issue.

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