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I have a massive computer case.

It's CASELABS SMA8 and two pedestal.

 

I want to make light system by using commander pro, node pro, led hub, corsair LL series fan(120, 140)

 

The total number of fans is 20, 120 is 8 and 140 is 12.

 

Is there a problem with this configuration?

 

Please confirm the attachment.

 

The fan speed will be controlled by the aquacomputer company's stuff(aquaero, splitty9)

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Nope, looks fine.

One additional thing that you can do is use Fan Hub Splitters. This works best on identical fan channels but will allow you to control 2 fan hubs from a single lighting channel.

 

 

agreed,,, that would be the 'Correct' way to do it.. as the system was designed... but we all know system rules are there to be bent...

 

by using RGB Fan hub Splitters you could drop a lighting node pro from that

 

 

http://i.imgur.com/DGJ7Jjcl.jpg

 

these would allow you to run 2 RGB Fan LED hubs from one LED channel. they would appear as one hub in iCUE/LINK though.. meaning both hubs display the same lighting effect. i use these my self in my 1000d build

 

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Also.. if using iCUE you can have 6 LED strips per LED Channel..

 

my Faq thread has much more info

 

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=173880

 

how mine is set up (note the use of the splitters on the front fans)

 

http://i.imgur.com/JCX2B0gl.png

 

will soon be going to a custom loop with 30 fans or so....

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agreed,,, that would be the 'Correct' way to do it.. as the system was designed... but we all know system rules are there to be bent...

 

by using RGB Fan hub Splitters you could drop a lighting node pro from that

 

 

http://i.imgur.com/DGJ7Jjcl.jpg

 

these would allow you to run 2 RGB Fan LED hubs from one LED channel. they would appear as one hub in iCUE/LINK though.. meaning both hubs display the same lighting effect. i use these my self in my 1000d build

 

 

Also.. if using iCUE you can have 6 LED strips per LED Channel..

 

my Faq thread has much more info

 

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=173880

 

how mine is set up (note the use of the splitters on the front fans)

 

http://i.imgur.com/JCX2B0gl.png

 

will soon be going to a custom loop with 30 fans or so....

 

 

Of course I will use icue. For PSU, keyboard and mouse.

Thanks zotty

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