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  1. Hello everyone, I'm currently working on a new build (my first one), and I just need a little clarification of a few details in regards to Corsair RGB fans. The case I'm using is the Corsair 570X which includes (3) SP120 fans pre-wired to the hub. I also have (3) ML120 fans, and an H80i V2 AIO cooler. I know different series of Corsair fans are not compatible with each other going into the same iCue Commander fan controller; however, my intention is to move two of the SP120 fans to the top for exhaust (one of the fans I won't use), mount the ML120 fans on the front as intakes, and use the H80i V2 as the rear exhaust. If I understand correctly, I will need to use a second fan controller that is included with the ML120 fan set to run these fans. Then both of the Controllers (for the SP & ML series fans) can plug into the same Corsair Lighting Node. Is this correct? And with the synchronize all five fans that are attached to the same Node through their respective Controllers? Also, for the fans that are attached to the H80i V2, can these get plugged into one of the controllers as well? Or would I need to plug the RGB connector straight into the header on my motherboard (Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Ultra) and still be able to use iCue? I would like to keep everything synced, but the Node only has space for two LED connections. And on the subject of synchronization, I'm also getting the MSI 2080 TI Gaming X Trio. Have the issues been resolved that cause the MSI RGB software to overwrite iCue settings? If the MSI and Corsair software don't work nicely together that's okay with me, but I would at least like to have the MSI RGB on "demo mode" or something instead of just needing to leave it off so it doesn't create any conflicts with the Corsair components. Lastly, after doing all this re-configuring, would I still be able to use the fan control buttons on the top of the case? And why is there a fan controller inside the case as well? It keeps pretty useless once the glass panel is attached... I apologize for the bombardment of questions. As I said, this is my first build and want to make sure I'm getting everything setup and wired correctly. Any helpful advise is greatly appreciated!! (Trolls need not reply.)
  2. Hi, I'm new here. I have a question about Coraair 570x airflow. I love the case design. I'm one step away from making the upgrade. I currently have Phanteks evolv atx. Airflow is below average. I'm wondering how does 570x compare to evolv? My cpu is cooled by NZXT X42 AIO and GPU is air cooled. I can add an exhaust fan in the back of 570x. I appreciate all the input you guys can provide. Thanks
  3. I've bought a Corsair 570X case and wasn't satisfied with the noise the stock (SP120) fans made. I read reviews which state the Corsair ML120 pro RGB fabs are dead silent at low RPM, according to the reviews the only sound they make is the wind noise, and that only happens at higher RPM's.. As I was looking for a solution to make my system completely silent, while retaining the RGB front fan looks, I decided to "upgrade" to these new Corsair fans. Unfortunately I find that even at low RPM these fans still make noise, it's not actually the wind blowing. It's the electric motor which makes a low frequency buzz noise. I'm certain it's the motor, as when I power off the fans I immediately stop hearing the noise. While the ML120 blades still rotate and move air for a few seconds, in complete silence. For comparison: The other parts of my PC are still powered, and don't make any noise: I can't hear the two fans that came with the NZXT Kraken X62. I also can't hear my exhaust fan: a Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM. I tried using PWM to throttle the ML120 fans to 20%, but I can still hear the motor. Even when the fans rotate at less than 500RPM..:mad: I'm quite disappointed by these fans so far and I'm considering sending the entire kit back to the store. As the original SP120 case fans made about the same amount of noise when throttled and didn't cost me nearly a 100 euro.. Can someone tell me if this motor noise is fixable or if it's normal? According to most reviews the ML120 fans shouldn't make noise at all, but I did read some posts on Reddit from a couple of users complains about the motor making sound. According to others people these users must have received a faulty fan or used DC mode to control the fan. I've tried the three ML120 fans from the kit individually, and they all make the same noise. So I doubt it's fixable, unless I got a bad batch.
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