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  1. Hi all! Quick one - I know the 460X is electronically compatible with the Corsair LINK Commander Pro (CoPro or CLCP). But to people with both of these products - where did you physically install it? I've got my new 460X coming in the mail and I've been confused as to where it belongs. I've seen a user remove the SSD rack to make room for it but I'd rather not be pushed to that. There's the top of the shroud, too, but I wouldn't know the neatest way of keeping messes concealed. Where did it go in your builds?
  2. I just build a PC since a long time ago, last time is 2008 and I did not care about too much during that time. So I am excited to build a new PC aging, and I got the Corsair 460x RGB It is beautiful but one thing annoying me is the LED, sometimes I need it off, I think people already mentioned about this but I hope there will be a on/off button on the controller in the future. Another thing is the SP120 fan does not have PWM so it is running at full speed. Going back to the question, after doing some research, I know that Corsair Link and CLCP can achieve what I want. However I am not always running Windows, sometimes I worked on other OS which can not run LINK all the time. So I want to confirm some thing. 1. If I set the fan to RGB 000 to close the LED, will it keep off if I close the LINK? 2. Will the fan rpm adjust according to motherboard's temp sensor without running LINK?(I guess not based what I seem on the forum) 3. IF 2 is not possible, with the optional temp sensor come with CLCP, will it work without LINK? I want to be sure it work before I buy the CLCP Thanks in advanced!
  3. Hi all! First post here and I checked back through to October 2017 to see if this issue had been reported before but I couldn't find anything relevant. I have 3 fans in my system configured for 0 RPM when GPU temperature is <24 deg C and this works great, however CLCP* is reporting the fan speed as non-zero. As you can see in the attached screenshot, but regardless of what CLCP is displaying these fans are in fact stationary. The fans in question are EK-Vardar EVO: https://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-vardar-evo-120er-black And they are all connected directly to the Commander Pro using the included extension cables. CLCP Firmware: 0.7.199 CLCP Bootloader:03 Corsair Link 4 Version: Any thoughts? Obviously not a major issue but I thought it worth highlighting none-the-less. I fully expect that CLCP is not compatible with EK's "0db regime" as the fans will start-stop below 900RPM, but that still doesn't explain the strange RPM readings. *Corsair Link Commander Pro
  4. Hi all, As has been requested by the members of the forum. I've put together a quick how-to for downgrading the firmware of both the Lighting Node PRO and Commander PRO. This is intended as a workaround for those experiencing issues with the current firmware as well as for those that want to keep the hardware playback functionality for lighting effects on either device. The software method (uses Corsair LINK 4.9): Why do we have to use CL4.9 for this? CL4.9 introduced a new feature that allows you to force update a device such as the LNP or CLCP from a local file rather than from our update server. So someone wanting to downgrade the firmware and rollback CL4 from 4.9 to 4.8 or 4.7 would have to do the following: In 4.9, force update the LNP/CLCP with the file for the previous firmware version (using the update from local file option). Go to "Devices" and begin the update process using a local file instead of updating from our server. Wait for the flash to complete before doing anything else. Ignore the "Update available" notification. Then downgrade CL4 from 4.9 to 4.8 or 4.7 and ignore update prompts for software/firmware until further notice. Zipped archives of LNP firmware 0.4.94 and CLCP 0.2.136 have been attached to this post. For previous versions of CL4, here are a few direct links: http://downloads.corsair.com/download?item=Files/Corsair-Link/Corsair-LINK-Installer-v4.8.3.8.zip http://downloads.corsair.com/download?item=Files/Corsair-Link/Corsair-LINK-Installer-v4.8.2.1.zip http://downloads.corsair.com/download?item=Files/Corsair-Link/Corsair-LINK-Installer-v4.8.0.82.zip http://downloads.corsair.com/download?item=Files/Corsair-Link/Corsair-LINK-Installer-v4.7.0.77.zip LNP 0.4.94.zip CommanderPRO 0.2.136.zip
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