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Do all the Corsair fans have to be the same for them to all work?


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Im quite new to gaming PC's and in this time its quite hard to find somewhere that'll build a gaming PC with the specs you wish for not to expensive. So all I was wondering is, if the case fans on the Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Airflow case, the, Corsair iCUE H115i Elite Capellix liquid CPU cooler and the last case fan, the, Corsair iCUE SP120 RGB Pro will all work together and produce all the right colours?

 

 

 

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The front fans on the 220T are SP-Pro (8 LED), so those are an LED match for the fans from the Elite AIO (ML-Elite OEM - 8 LEDs). These can be mixed together on the same RGB controller and all of them operate under the “8 LED fan series” setting. 
 

However, there is another problem. The SP-Pro are DC voltage controlled fans. The Commander Core fan controller with the Elite AIO is a PWM only controller. You won’t be able to control the speed for the SP-Pro and that wire will need to go to the motherboard or other DC type controller. 

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