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Hi guys, I recently finished a build using Corsair's case 460X RGB. It looks gorgeous, by the way. I've attached a pic. The issue - I can't control the fan speed using BIOS (tried Speedfan as well). There are no changes in speed even if I put them at 0%, or 100%. It still shows ~1600rpm after I save & restart, and there are no changes in loudness, from what my ear can tell. I am using my mobo's feature Fan-tastic tuning, which allows each mobo's fan hub to be controlled separately. The case comes with 3 SP120's fit inside + the RGB controller. I purchased an additional SP120 to fit as exhaust of the case. To be able to give power to all of the 4 fans, I bought a fan hub that fits 4 PWM fans. The hub is connected to my motherboards chassis fan connector (4-pin). I am out of options at this point. The fans are quite loud. Can someone steer me in the right direction or tell me what am I doing wrong?
Hey guys, I've got my h150i on the way and im looking to install it into my new spec omega rgb, but wanted some rgb fans on it. Im looking to get a 3 pack of rgb ML120's and plan to do a push/pull setup up with all 6 fans. Im wondering if its safe to connect all 6 fans to the pump by adding some pwm splitters to the pump fan cables? Cheers.
Im planning on making a build using all corsair fans but the commander pro has only 6 fan headers and the amount of fans I would use if I setup push pull on the h150i pro, I would need an extra commander pro. Im wanting to not pay for another commander pro just for 3 fans, so im planning on using a pwm spliter. If I use the splitter and hook up the fans to the mobo will I be able to control them through corsair iCUE? Of not can I put the spliter on the aio pwms or commander pro pwms and will it be able to be controled through iCUE? Btw I am planning on using the asus z370 prime a mobo