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Is it possible to use an RGB Splitter for h100i?


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Hi all,

 

I just built my rig and have the h100i aio mounted at the top. I wanted to buy an SP120 rgb pro fan to replace my regular 120mm exhaust fan so I can use the same rgb.

 

Does anyone know if it's possible? The h100i comes with two RGB connections that go directly into the aio fans, but I wanted to find out if I can use an rgb splitter for one of them so I can connect the exhaust fan to use the same rgb.

 

I saw the RGB splitter on pirate dog tech so I wanted to be sure.

 

Thanks

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It may not be so straight forward with the Platinum. The ML-RGB that came with it are 4 LEDs and you would need to put those on the splitter. That would "twin them" making each a copy of the other. The SP-Pro is 8 LEDs and I don't think the Platinum can do different LED counts per fan. There also are limits to the total numbers of LEDs and that lighting controller was meant for just the two.

 

Regardless of the RGB, the SP-Pro is a DC motor so the normal fan wire needs to go to the MB or other capable controller. The Platinum's fan controller is PWM.

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You can put up to 32 LEDs (total) on the Platinum coolers so you are good from a power perspective.

 

From a configuration perspective, if you are going with a single SP-PRO fan (and that's what it sounds like you are doing) then here's what you'd want to do with the PDT splitter.

1) Attach the splitter to RGB Port 1 from the cooler. This will be the one with 4 pins.

2) The stock ML fan will go on the splitter connection with 4 pins. This provides the Data Out for the second fans RGB.

3) The SP-PRO fan will go on the splitter connection with 3 pins. This only gets the Data In signal. It will get a signal for 8 LEDs. It will have a combination of BOTH ML-RGB fans on the single SP-PRO fan.

4) Party on your RGB.

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You can put up to 32 LEDs (total) on the Platinum coolers so you are good from a power perspective.

 

From a configuration perspective, if you are going with a single SP-PRO fan (and that's what it sounds like you are doing) then here's what you'd want to do with the PDT splitter.

1) Attach the splitter to RGB Port 1 from the cooler. This will be the one with 4 pins.

2) The stock ML fan will go on the splitter connection with 4 pins. This provides the Data Out for the second fans RGB.

3) The SP-PRO fan will go on the splitter connection with 3 pins. This only gets the Data In signal. It will get a signal for 8 LEDs. It will have a combination of BOTH ML-RGB fans on the single SP-PRO fan.

4) Party on your RGB.

 

Hi,

I am stuck in same scenario, I want to power and argb sync Corsair ML120 Pro RGB - 120mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation RGB Cabinet Fan with Corsair h110i 240 mm aio.Please suggest how to power and argb sync using splitter and how many splitters will i require and what type !! Thanks

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