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  1. Bonjour, J'ai acheté un boitier Corsair 570x RGB avec le AIO Corsair H100i RGB Platinium SE, un ventilateur LL120 RGB pour mettre à l'arrière du boitier et les barrettes de RAM Vengeance RGB PRO en blanc. Sur iCUE j'arrive à régler le RGB de mes barrettes ainsi que le RGB du watercooling. J'ai connecté le LL120 au HUB fourni avec le boitier où les 3 ventilateurs SP120 en façades sont connectés également, mais j'ai appris qu'il y a une incompatibilité entre les deux, ce qui explique que le LL120 reste allumé en blanc. J'ai pensé un temps changer mes 3 ventilateurs en façades pour des LL120 qui sont livrés avec le Lighting Node CORE qui visiblement me permettrait de contrôler mes 4 ventilateur sur iCUE (dites moi si je me trompe s'il vous plaît). La question du coup que je me posais c'est, est-ce que ma première idée est la bonne (coût 100€) ou alors il sera plus rapide et moins chères de prendre le Commander Pro (coût 70€) s'il suffit à gérer mes SP120 (x3) et le LL120 (x1) directement ? Car j'aimerais tout synchronisé par iCUE sans passer par l'interface du boitier pour un rendu propre mais je n'arrive pas à définir ce qu'il faut réellement et je n'ai pas envie de me tromper. Je vous remercie par avance pour votre aide ! Cordialement, Justin.
  2. Hey everyone, I am receiving my 570x this week and I am having some trouble figuring out my fan configuration. I want to keep the 3 sp120s in the front I will be adding an h115i 280 with the included ml140s front mounted against the 3 sp120 and I would like to add 3 more ML120, two at the top and one in the back. I also have the corsair lightstrips and one lighting node pro. what would be the most appropriate way to wire this all? Thanks everyone for the help
  3. Hey, everyone. I recently built a new PC and a lot of my components are Corsair ones. 3 SP120 fans came with the Crystal Series 570x case. I replaced those 3 and added 3 other fans into the case (all Corsair LL120). I had to remove the SP Lighting Controller since it's not applicable with the LL fans but that controller allowed me to control the lights on the fans with the buttons at the top of the case. Now I don't have any controller that allows me to connect to those top buttons. Is there a way to connect my new fans to the case buttons so I can control the lights? For more context, I used the Corsair RGB Fan LED Hub that came with the case and the Lighting Node Pro that came with the fans to get the new fans working and everything works great. I've looked through the forum for a while but couldn't figure out how to do this. Any help is appreciated!
  4. Hey friends! Added an exhaust fan to my 570x case. Bought the matching SP120 RGB, (the ones that come with case) . It spins and is controllable through my MOBO bios but the color is either static grey or yellow/green (I'm really color blind sorry) and sometimes will flicker in no disernable pattern. I tried it plugged into the 4, 5 and 6 slot on the RBG controller hub thing that comes with case. Will it not work unless I buy 2 more? does the side of the RGB hub have to be filled? I so tried it on multiple fan connection on MOBO. I also just tried to plug it into a 3-1 connecter because I thought the 4 pins were maybe the problem, but still same problems. I think it might just be the fan? Thanks!
  5. Hello Corsair forums community! After careful soul-searching, I've decided on the 570x as the best case for my new gaming PC build. I wanted some advice about setting my case up with some extra fans. Right now I am only interested in the ML series, for their longevity and quiet performance, but I am currently confused about which model of ML to get, at what size, and how many. To start with, the ML RGB series is only rated for 400-1,600 RPM while the ML PRO solid LED models go up to 2,000. I called Corsair customer service to confirm this, and they actually claimed that even the RGB ML series can go up to 2,000, so if anyone who owns them can confirm or deny I'd appreciate it, as I've heard both sides from authoritative sources. I'm going for a solid red look on my 570x to match my internal parts, but I might end up changing my mind/mood one day, so a part of me is wondering if I should stick with solid red and get the PRO ML model, or leave my options open and get the RGB ML. Figuring out if the RGB ML is speed-capped would help with that decision. Another issue is that I'm trying to keep costs down, so I'd prefer not buying a Commander Pro if I can help it, and though I've read Zotty and DevBiker's guides on setting up RGB, I'm still not 100% on how either RGB or Red LED ML's will play with my SP120's hooking them up to the stock hub (this is my first PC build). I wanted to keep positive pressure on my case to avoid dust, so I was wondering how many of my fan slots I should fill if I plan on keeping my SP120's until they wear out. 1x120 exhaust 2x120 top intake? 3x120 exhaust? 1x120 + 2x140 exhaust? My graphics card is reported to run fairly hot, so any advice on this would be greatly appreciated! Really, probably any suggestions any of y'all have would be helpful and appreciated, I'm a novice at all this, but I'm also a quick study! And I've worked in a static-free circuit board plant, so I know how to treat parts right. Thanks for any help that can be offered, and I hope you all have a great day!
  6. Hello everyone, I will be soon building my first tacticool gamer PC. To keep things simple I'll buy most of the parts from Corsair. Here's the list. Case: Corsair 570X CPU: Intel 8700K i7 GPU: 1180/1180+ when they come out RAM: 4x Corsair Vengeance Pro 3200Mhz cl14 SSD: Samsung EVO 960 1To HDD: Seagate Barracuda 8To Power Supply: Corsair 850 Platinium Fans: 6x Corsair ML120 rgb or 4x Corsair ML120 rgb and 2x ML140 rgb with Corsair Node and Corsair Commander Here are my questions: - for ventirad I want to put in an AiO, either H115i or H100i on the top of the case. I've seen many threads with people complaining that the case is actually quite little for this setup and would obstruate RAM/motherboard ports. For info I'll go for a normal airflow(Front x3/Bottom->Top x2/Rear x1). Is the H115i compatible for top mount? The H100i? What kind of motherboard should I go for to avoid problems? - given the AiO is compatible for top mount, should I go for a pull or a push fanning? - can I plug 4x ML120 and 2x ML140 in case on the same LED controler? On a side note what do you think of this build on paper? First time so kinda anxious due to the price. Thank you for reading.
  7. Bonjour, J'ai donc décider de changer mon Carbide Air 540 par le 570X dans lequel j'ai réinstaller mes ventilateurs Corsair HD (4x120 et 2x140). Vu le design du boitier je me suis dit pourquoi pas ajouter le commander PRO avec les LED Lighting PRO. Mais c'est la que le problème arrive! J'ai brancher les ventilateurs sur le boitier de commande des ventilateur de 1 a 6 puis relié au commander Pro sur le LED 1 et mes bande RGB sur le LED 2 . Je met en route mon PC sur Corsair link et la il n'y a que un seul ventilateur qui réagit les autres sont soit blanc ou soit éteint. Je décide alors de changer l'ordre des ventilateurs et je m’aperçois qu'il fonctionnent bien mais uniquement sur la prise 1!! j'en déduit a un problème de boitier, je change celui ci et c'est exactement la même chose !!! Peut être problème d'alimentation alors j'utilise une seconde alimentation de 850w pour le faire tourné et toujours pareil !!! J'ai tout essayé, j'ai énormément investi pour avoir 1 seul ventilateur en service ... Si quelqu'un a une solution je suis preneur. Merci.
  8. Bonjour, Je viens de commander un boitier 570x crystal RGB doté de 3 ventilateurs SP120 RGB, ainsi qu'un AIO H100iV2. J'aimerai changer les ventilateurs de l'AIO pour y mettre des RGB mais tout en restant sur du PMW, j'avais donc pensé à mettre des HD120 RGB Est-il possible de brancher 3 SP120 et 3 HD120 sur le commander d'origine ? Sinon quelle est la meilleur solution ou la seulle possible ? 1. brancher 3 SP120 et 3 HD120 sur le commander pro ( si il est possible de changer le boitier de commande ) ? 2. brancher 6 HD120 sur le commander pro ? Merci d'avance pour votre réponse
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