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Hey Folks

 

I'm new here but i've had a quick look and can't see anything that helps my problem.

 

So i have the H100i CPU cooler and I've installed 2 further LL series lights. (1 intake at front of case and 1 exhaust at back) Ive connected the fans together for the h100i and connected the other 2 fans to the commander pro(CP). Ive connected the USB from h100i to the USB on CP. Ive then connected the RGB connections from the 4 fans(2 from the h100i and 2 on their own) to the RGB Hub and then connected this hub to the lighting node on position 2, ive then connected position 1 to the RGB on CP. ON icue ive set the CP to 4 fans as this is the only setting I can get the 4 fans to light up even though 2 of the fans arent connected in the CP as they are connected through the h100i.

 

Sorry if I haven't explained it well enough. I will try get a diagram drawn up for it to show it properly.

 

But onto my problem.

 

So i have all 4 fans running, ive got all 4 fans running, 2 through the cooler and 2 through commander pro, and when I play any scene it runs through them fine....but when I run the visor scene now it runs through them all and once its done its sequence it goes black for a good 5-7seconds as if its trying to continue the sequence through some other RGB connections.

 

Can anyone shed light on this as I want the visor to just keep running and going through the sequence instead of having ghost fans to light up

 

Thanks

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if all 4 fans RGB is connected to the rgb hub, it will have to do with the different LED count

in iCUE you can't set different models of fans on the same channel, so your 4 fans must be running as LL fans (16 LED).

Visor will run the effect through 4x 16 LED, back and forth

Your two H100i fans if they are ML RGB pro, only have 4 LEDs.

So the Commander Pro will run 24 non existing LEDs at each cycle, which will look like a pause in the effect.

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Also, you are running an RGB line from node pro to commander pro, that's not needed, in fact can easily damage all of your hardware.

 

Both devices have 2 RGB channels, which means you have a total of 4 channels. So you could connect lets say 5 x 2 RGB strips to the node and 6 x 2 RGB fans.

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Also, you are running an RGB line from node pro to commander pro, that's not needed, in fact can easily damage all of your hardware.

 

Both devices have 2 RGB channels, which means you have a total of 4 channels. So you could connect lets say 5 x 2 RGB strips to the node and 6 x 2 RGB fans.

 

 

Ive just disconnected it and routed the RGB hub straight to commander pro and its still doing the same

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