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Lighting node core and commander pro


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The Lighting Node Core (LNC) will plug into the motherboard internal USB or more likely the Commander Pro USB passthroughs. As noted, it serves the function of RGB Lighting Hub and LNP rolled into one package. However, if you already have an existing Corsair RGB fan lighting scheme, you leave those LNC in the box and do a direct replacement for what you have -- fan motor wire to Commander Pro, lighting wire to RGB Hub. That will save you an internal USB slot and likely takes up less space with less additional wiring work.
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Yes, Lighting Node Pro, Lighting Node Core, and Commander Pro all require their own SATA connection. There is no way to do this without 2 SATA. One is for fan motor power. One if for lighting power. The lighting current is quite large. Surely you have another triple SATA cable in your PSU bag?
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