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I have a question concerning some RGB fans. I am want to put some LL120 fans in my Phanteks 719 case but I am having a hard time figuring out how connect the RGB and power between all of them. I am super new to this so I have no idea how any of this really works I know that each fans has two cords and one is for power and the other is for RGB. I have looked at the commander pro and I can power 6 fans off of that but how are you supposed to control the RGB? I have also looked into the CORSAIR RGB Fan LED Hub but I can't seem to find those anywhere and according to the pinned note I can control the RGB with this. I am wanting to power and control 10 fans but I am not sure how. Basically I have no idea what I would need or how I would go about this. Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated.
Was wondering if there is a way to get the LL fan series to work with the lighting buttons built into the case. I just bought the case and am looking to change the fans out with LL series ones. Correct me if I'm wrong but it looks like the buttons work off of the SP LED fan controller. I noticed there is a HD LED fan controller on the market but I wasn't sure if it would work with the LL series. If it doesn't, do you guys plan on making one for the LL series? It's just it would bug me a little to have this awesome case and have all my fans the LL RGB series fans and have to none working rgb fan buttons on the top because it's compatible. Don't get me wrong I know the bulk of the work would be done through the software with the commander pro and/or pro node but I would still like to be able to skip through a few presets with the buttons on the top when showing off my setup to a friend for example. Or just to be able to skip though a few on the fly. Anyway, I look forward to hearing from someone about it if it is possible and if not, are there plans to in the future? Thanks!;):
Hi! As the title says, I want to install 9 fans in my new upgrade that I will build and move components to in a couple of days. The fans I want to use are 9 Corsair LL120 RGB fans just to get that extra "BLING" factor. 3 fans on the bottom sucking air into the case, 3 on the side also sucking in air into the case, and then 3 at the top, but those will be connected to a Corsair Hydro H150i PRO RGB radiator. I already have 4 LL120 fans in my current case connected to a Corsair fanhub and the Lighting Node Pro, but I guess I need to get the Corsair Commander Pro as well to be able to connect more RGB fans into it? Do you think it is possible to connect 3 fans to the Lighting Node Pro and the other 6 to the Commander Pro? Where do I connect the other cables to get power for my 9 fans? The 4 I have now are all connected to a 4 pin connector on the motherboard. Btw, the case I want to connect all 9 fans to is called Lian Li PC-011 Dynamic.
Hey guys I know that the fan controller on the Graphite 780T is powered by SATA which provides up to 9A to the controller so does that mean that each channel on the controller has access to 1.8A? Or is the distribution different. I was wondering because I wanted all my fans which are the Corsair SP120 Q Edition which only have 3 pin connectors to be powered by the controller using splitters so I wanted to know if each channel does indeed provide 1.8A or something different.