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  1. That is the latest firmware for your headset unless you have another Slipstream capable device and wish to use the multipoint feature. If you are not being prompted for the 5.xx firmware that means you do not have any other multipoint capable devices and therefore you will not be prompted for the update.
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  2. There is a longer discussion about 13 fans and the O11 cases here. https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=201243 1) All Corsair RGB is 5v. 2) I am assuming you will put the 360 radiator in the side panel as intake. This is the most logical place for most people without penalty. It also allows push push pull on a 30mm radiator. However, that means that one set of fans will not be visible. It would be logical not to connect the rear compartments fans to the RGB ports on the Commander Core. When you mix the QL + ML-Elite, it will force the software into a mathematical compromise to deal with the differing LED counts (QL = 35, but "16 effective" and Elite=8 LEDs). This means patterns are not going to look quite right on one set and you would also be programming as a group of 6 for several you can't see. Regardless of which set winds up being the interior visible one, connecting only the 3 QL or 3 Elite to the RGB ports will make them behave normally. This is something easily changed after installation, but it may have some bearing on the decision process. It also solves the problem of the 13th fan. You likely would have the QL on the inside and the rear QL can be added to the Com Core for control. 3) The Commander Core has no USB ports. The Commander Pro has 2. In the above diagram you need 5 USB 2 connections. You are going to need a hub. The good news is those HDD compartments in back are removable, giving you a lot more space for this stuff. 4) The case RGB strip is 5v and can be connected to a Corsair lighting channel via a 3rd party adapter. It would plug into a lighting channel on the Commander Pro, no controller device required. Also, the way the case's controller works is it shuffled between 10 or so pre-programmed modes (either patterns or solids) and then the last mode releases control to the other end of the D-RGB plug. This means you still can alternate between case mode (with the front buttons) and either MB or Corsair control.
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  3. Hi bud, let me say you grabbed a real good case. Your diagram is very similar to what I'm using at the moment... except for the AIO (H150i for me) and the led strips. Here are some things I'd advice you: 1) putting 13 RGB fans in a not-so-big case makes no great sense for RGB strips to me, but maybe I'm mistaking. If you use the LS100 kit for your monitor (I'm using one), there is nothing to plug in to the CoPro's LED ports as the LED control cable is to be plugged into the external module. 2) The case comes with an RGB strip on the front, I have plugged its LED cable directly to the mobo and I'm able to control it via ASUS Aura or via iCue with the ASUS plugin enabled (in this second case the control is a bit complicated). To connect it into the CoPro you'll need a third-part cable, I have no experience in that sense. 3) 1 CoPro, 2 LNC and 1 CoCo is a lot of stuff to be crammed into this case... and the back space is not that big! if I was you, I'd try to get rid of the RGB of the 3 ML fans and to eliminate 1 LNC. Otherwise you could try to connect all AIO fans RGB cables to the CoCo, if you are not planning to set particular effects, it may work even if ML and QL have different LED numbers. But disabling ML fans' RGB should not be a great issue with the AIO mounted on top, you should not see that great difference. 4) What mobo are you planning to use? Are you sure you have 3 USB 2.0 header avaliable? If not, I'd go for a powered USB hub (the one from NZXT works great) instead of an USB splitter. Don't know if I've read your diagram well, if you have any question... here I am! :-) Baio
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