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  1. Hello, first time post and first time building a PC. I am building with the following parts, and it'll be clear shortly why I only have 1 USB 2.0 header: - Asus Prime x570-Pro - EVGA 3080ti FTW3 - Ryzen 7 5800 - 1000 W EVGA G5 PSU - WD NVMe - RP-Link AX3000E Wifi 6 / Bluetooth card (*needs 1 of the 2 USB 2.0 headers for bluetooth) - Lian Li Dynamic 011 Dynamic Now onto the Corsair components I want to install: - H150i Capellix AIO (not using the included ML120 fans) - 9x QL120 fans I have the following Corsair hubs: - Commander Core (comes with H150i) - Commander Pro (bought separately) - 3x Lighting Node Core (comes with each 3-pack of QL120) So, the question is: how can I control all of these fans RGB and PWM using iCue with only 1 USB 2.0 header available? I have seen a graphic (below) where the Commander Core is plugged into the Commander Pro, but have read that if it is configured this way, then the Commander Core does not appear in iCue properly). I was then thinking I would need to plug both the Commander Pro and Commander Core into my mobo USB headers but I need one of those headers for the wireless card. I would appreciate any guidance on the best way to configure this, and whether or not I need any PWM splitters (and if I do, what I should know about using them so that I do not have any issues with the hubs, etc). Thank you in advance!
  2. So I ran into a snag with my case. Recently upgraded my radiator from a non corsair 120mm rad to an XR5 360. This is mounted in the top of my Lian Li O11d. The top panel slid on no problem. Few weeks later need to open the system up. Have issues removing the top panel. Apparently the tops of the screws are too tall which seems to be the culprit. It was recommended by Lian Li support to find flat versions of the same size screw. Not having good of luck finding flat versions of these screws. From what I understand the screws are M4-0.7 x 6mm. I have been unable to find a screws of the same spec but with a flat top. Closest thing I found are countersunk which defeats the purpose of having a low profile screw to hold the radiator in place and leave enough clearance for the top panel. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
  3. Hello, i was wondering how you can connect the Lian Li Strimer (both the 24 and 8 pin version) and the Lancool II-2x with a Lightning Node Pro and a Commander Pro. One rgb channel on the lightning node pro supports up to 60 LEDs but the Strimer has 120 LEDs on the 24-pin, 108 LEDs on the 8-pin verison and 37 LEDs on the II-2X. Since the Lightning Node Pro has 2 channels means 1 Node supports up to 120 LEDS. Does this mean not all LEDs are supported if i only connect one channel with the Strimer? Do I need multiple Nodes? :confused: How do I connect the Strimer/II-2X with the Node(s) that iCUE addresses all of the LEDs in the correct order? :question::question::question: In addition to that I would like to connect 5 Corsair iCUE Fans and the 3 ARGB parts of the Scythe Mugen 5 ARGB Plus. That's a lot of RGB. :eyebuldge I already saw this post https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=173880&t=173880 which was already really helpful but not all questions are cleared up for me. I would really appreciate your help community! :newbie:
  4. Hallo Corsair Community Ich möchte mir ein neues Gaming System bauen, es kommt eine Hydro X WaKü mit drei mal 360er Radiatoren in einem Lian Li O11 Dynamic XL Gehäuse zum Einsatz. Als Lüfter werden LL120 RGB verwendet, diese sehen natürlich von der Vorderseite besser aus als von hinten, so wäre es für die Optik in besagtem Gehäuse am besten, wenn alle Lüfter hinausblasen würden. Das wäre natürlich für den Airflow weniger gut. Als Kompromiss erwäge ich einen Airflow von oben nach unten. Hat da jemand Erfahrung damit, ob so eine Anordnung die Kühlung sehr beeinträchtigt? Ist ja entgegen der Thermodynamik.
  5. Hey guys, So I'm about ready to begin a build using the Lian Li O11 Dynamic case and I'd like to populate all 9 fan slots. The cooler is going to be the H150i Pro, but i'll be replacing the fans with the QL series 120mm fans. I'm wondering what the best plan of connection is to power the 9 fans. I have a Commander Pro and each set of 3 fans comes with the Lighting Node Core, so I will have 3 of those as well. Motherboard is the ASUS B450-F if that info is pertinent. Thank you to anyone who can help me bring this vision to life :)
  6. Hi I'm about to build a PC using the Lian Li O11d XL, and I want to have 6 Corsair QL RGB 120mm RGB fans, and 4 Corsair LL RGB 120mm fans - 10 RGB fans in total. I plan on getting the Corsair H100i RGB platinum. My question is if I can use a PWM splitter to control all the speeds of my fans and RGB in the iCue software. The setup would be kind of like the one in the picture. If that is not fully possible will I be able to control all 10 fans on my motherboard, ASUS ROG STRIX Z490-A, which has 8 4-pin fan headers and 2 usb 2.0 internal headers. I think I will need an internal usb hub, but some sort of pwm fan splitter for all 10 fans. I mainly don't want to get the Commander pro as I'm pretty sure I would need 2 which would be incredibly expensive.
  7. Hi, So i'm building my first PC and decided to go all out and build my dream PC and I need a little assistance. My case is a Lian-Li PC-O11D XL and it can support 10 120mm fans. I'm planning to buy 10 QL120 fans and I want to put 1 on the rear, 3 on my h150i PRO (top), 3 on the side and 3 on the bottom. I'm buying 3x QL120 triple packs so I will have 3 Lighting Node Cores and I purchased a Commander Pro. So now that I got the basic details out of the way, I have absolutely no idea how to set these all up and I was really hoping someone could give me a hand because I've never done this before, let alone BUILT a pc before. I saw another forum with someone asking for help with a 9 LL120+H150I PRO setup and someone drew them a diagram ( https://imgur.com/dMbVSoz ) and if I could get a visual aid like that it would be so helpful. Any advice and help is appreciated and sorry if this entire post sounds really stupid but it's out of pure desperation at this point. Thank you! :biggrin:
  8. First of all, Happy New Year 2020 Everyone!! & Thanks for stopping by and I'm sorry if this thread is in the wrong section since I'm not sure which it would belong to and this might be repetitive thread but this should clear things up for upcoming members I am about to upgrade into 9 fans in total in my Lian Li 011 case. Currently using H150i pro cooling which I do want to replace the included 3 fans. I have read the Zotty's RGB Guide and threads and came across many threads/comments but they were in words so I just need to clarify my understand with this diagram I borrowed/made adjustment before I can make the right purchase. If my diagram is correct, my purchase will be 2 packs of 3x ml120, 3 individual ml120 fans AND 1 Commander Pro Thanks again and sorry for my bad English, they are my second language. :[pouts:
  9. Hi all, Seems it's quite some time since I posted on the forums :) Anyways, I was re-doing my computer build, well partially. Got a new case (Lian Li Lancool One Digital), Corsair H150i Pro and the Corsair Commander Pro. Now, probably a stupid thought, I thought I could connect the front addressable RGB on the Lian Li case to the Corsair Commander Pro. But the connector is different. I took a few screenshots of everything, maybe someone has an idea. Lian Li RGB connector side #1: https://imgur.com/BLWlYBs Lian Li RGB connector side #2: https://imgur.com/11qcZ4I Lian Li RGB connector side #3: https://imgur.com/p5XRPtB Lian Li onboard RGB connector #1: https://imgur.com/qxXmngt Lian Li onboard RGB connector #2: https://imgur.com/HyMjY38 Corsair Commander Pro LED connectors: https://imgur.com/e7Q4jg2 According to the Lian Li manual the addressable RGB LED can be connected to the onboard case connector. In this case you can switch RGB LED effects by pressing the button on the case. Also they say that you can connect it straight to your motherboard's RGB LED connection header (which my mobo, Taichi X99, does not have). Here is a quote from a review site: So I thought if I purchase the Corsair Commander Pro, I would be able to control the Addressable RGB LED? But the connector does not fit. Does anyone have any experience with this by any chance? Sidenote; I also included a screenshot of the manual with the Adressable RGB LED. Thanks in advance for your help! Regards
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