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Is it possible to sync Corsair QL120 fans with my Lian Li AIO ARGB Fans


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I recently secured a Galahad AIO 360 unit that comes with Lian Li ARGB fans. I will be starting a new build soon and wanted to know if I was to purchase the Corsair QL120's would they sync (rgb light) together with Lian Li Argb fans on the AIO. I understand that the Lian Li ARGB fans would not be compatible on icue software but wondering if it will work together on the Asus Rogue software from the MB.

 

If it is compatible would I have any issue still running icue as I use it for my corsair keyboard.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated :biggrin::biggrin:

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Sorry for resurecting this post, but I'm wondering, will I be able to control the Galahad 360 pump RGB, and if possible the stock fans (they be the pulling fans, from my push'n'pull, since I have 9 unifans that'll be in the front for sure) through iCUE?

I mean, I control my MoBo lighting thorugh there, and the AIO will arrive soon to take the place of my NH-U12S (I'm doing a yolo mcgaiver with this heatsink bending my side glass from the case, so, after 3 months, I think it's time to upgrade).

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Sorry for resurecting this post, but I'm wondering, will I be able to control the Galahad 360 pump RGB, and if possible the stock fans (they be the pulling fans, from my push'n'pull, since I have 9 unifans that'll be in the front for sure) through iCUE?

I mean, I control my MoBo lighting thorugh there, and the AIO will arrive soon to take the place of my NH-U12S (I'm doing a yolo mcgaiver with this heatsink bending my side glass from the case, so, after 3 months, I think it's time to upgrade).

 

You can control fan speed with a Commander Pro, but RGB for non Corsair products are not supported by iCUE.

 

Asus Motherboards, and GPUs have exceptions as we have an agreement with Asus to allow this.

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Asus Motherboards, and GPUs have exceptions as we have an agreement with Asus to allow this.

 

That's the thing, The RGB from the pump of Galahad AIO and the stock radiator fans can be connected to the ARGB header of the motherboard IIRC, so will I be able to control them, I saw that the MoBo tab in the iCUE software have 2 RGB headsets as spots for light effects, but I'm not sure if it's ok to do what I want, and even if it's, will it work as an 1 LED or like a proper ARGB which can be addressed different colors to each LED (making the effects)?

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You cannot control 5v Digital RGB motherboard headers through CUE. You must use the MBs own software. CUE can do the MB’s own lighting zones and 12v RGB for select motherboards.

 

Edit: Was reading the manual for the non-WiFi version, mine have two 12v RGB XD

 

But the software shows 2 RGB headers zones, and I'm pretty sure my board have 1 12v rgb and 1 5v rgb headers.

 

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You have 3 - 2x 12 RGB and 1x 5v RGB. Asus is referring to them as "strip headers" (12v) and Add_Gen2 (5v). One 12v RGB header is up top by CPU fan. The other 2 are at the bottom center. The 5v one has only 3 pins.

 

2 x Aura RGB Strip Header(s)

1 x Addressable Gen 2 header(s)

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