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Just completed a build and installed 5 fans and have 5 fans running off of the commander pro. The front 3 fans are rgb corsair fans connected to the stock rgb hub that came with the case which is a corsair 220t rgb. I have power to all fans and rgb to the front 3. In the icue software it only recognizes all the fans from the commander pro, but not the rgb hub. Any help figuri g this out to be able to change the colors of the rgb would be appreciated. Edited by JeepDad
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That's is how it is connected. There's a USB from the rgb hub and a Sata cable. The USB is plugged into the commander pro and the sata cable goes to the power supply. There nothing else coming from the rgb hub that I can see.
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I see. You are not using the Commander Pro as the lighting controller. The Lighting Node Core is the lighting controller. That is different than the RGB Lighting Hubs used in conjunction with the Commander Pro and Lighting Node Pro. The USB is just a passthrough, not a connection to the Commander's controller functions. Any USB 2 device can be connected back to the MB through the Commander's passthroughs.

 

The Lighting Node Core will show up in CUE as a separate device. Lighting Setup and effects are done there. Fan speed controls through the Commander for anything connected to the fan header side.

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I've had a similar issue for awhile now, where the Commander Pro USB inputs won't detect anything. I even tried a new Commander Pro, and no luck. I think it might be an issue with the AMD BIOS, but not 100% sure. Kind of irritating, as I have to run my lighting node pro around to the back of the case with an external USB cord for it to work.

 

The Commander Core and the Commander Pro occupy my two Motherboard USB headers, so that's the only option I can think of.

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