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Corsair Commander Core XT Faq and Diagrams.


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Hi Everyone.

 

This Faq will cover Corsair Commander Core XT. 

 

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Specs

  1. Precisely control fan speeds in CORSAIR iCUE
  2. Control up to 264 total RGB LEDs on up to 6x fans and 6x light strips
  3. Intelligently detects any combination of up to six CORSAIR RGB fans
  4. Two included temperature sensors
  5. Connect a CORSAIR RGB Fan LED Hub (sold separately) to control lighting for up to 6x additional RGB fans
  6. USB 2.0 pass-through
  7. Powered by CORSAIR iCUE software
  8. Embedded magnets for easy installation
  9. Sata Powered
  10. Max Current - 4.5A
  11. 6x 4-pin PWM fan headers
  12. 6x 4-pin CORSAIR RGB headers
  13. 1x 3-pin CORSAIR RGB header
  14. 2x Thermistor ports- Dimensions (mm): 109mm x 65.5mm x 13.5mm
  15. Warranty: 2 years

 

 

Diagrams

 

Typical 6 Fan Concept Diagram

 

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Edited by Zotty
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Great write up as always 🙂

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Looks great as always. Thanks Zotty!

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  • 1 month later...

Nice one! Awesome write up! Any idea what the ID port if for?

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  • 5 weeks later...
On 1/19/2022 at 11:04 PM, hallamnet said:

Nice one! Awesome write up! Any idea what the ID port if for?

check out the 5000T buddy.. new case. the ID port Connects to the case for its ID so that the Commander Core XT can tell iCUE how to configure its self to support that case (chassis lighting etc)

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Will it intelligently control non-Corsair PWM fans?

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1 hour ago, skimbro1 said:

Will it intelligently control non-Corsair PWM fans?

It should control other PWM fans.  However, you may need to be cautious about heavy duty industrial type fans and there were a few odd PWM fans out there in the past.  

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  • 2 months later...

Hi all, I'm new and made the mistake of buying the 570X mirror case, now I have all Corsair RGB components ( plus few other brand )🙂

I have two questions for setting up the system ( Work in progress )

1) I bought the Lian Li strimer as I saw that it is compatible with iCue, the specifications say it has 162 leds, I have to configure it as a led strip connected to Commander XT but the maximum is 60 leds, is there another option ?

2) The Corsair case logos are seen as LED strips, is it okay to connect them directly to the Commander XT same the Lian Li strimer ?

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  • 4 weeks later...

i just installed the commander core XT in my system.

The weird is, the cooling preset not function at all. the fan attached at commander core XT go to full speed.

Only Zero RPM preset only can be use.

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Hi guys, I have a question for you, I'm setting up a new pc with customized liquid cooling, considering the fans (4 x ql 120) (7x ql 140) and the rgb components of the hydro series (block for cpu and pump / tank and GPU) I have a total of 14 connections for the leds, I wanted to connect them all through core xt which is the simplest in my opinion to use, but I have only one usb port remaining on the motherboard, do I need 3 xt cores? how can I do? thanks in advance: D

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