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  1. I have just installed the SP120 RGB Elite kit with the lighting node controller and 3 fans. I'm having issues controlling the fans individually. They all take the lighting profile assigned to fan #1, but they aren't synced up perfectly, its like the software thinks they are all one big RGB fan and there is some delay between them. All software is up to date and I've tried multiple configurations with the fan power connectors and the RGB headers. Currently the fan power headers on my motherboard are matched with the numbers on the RGB controller, if that makes any difference. When trying to identify The fans as #'s 1, 2, & 3 only the fan plugged into port 1 will identify, but i am not able to use the orientation control. I've also tried all of the different fan controller series settings, and none of them work properly. QL RGB Series I suspect it may be a hardware issue with the Node itself, but before i request an RMA id like to see if anyone has advice, as this is my first time using a standalone RGB controller. I attached a screen grab of the node controller setup, If that helps any. Thanks.
  2. Hi All, I have a h150i elite cappelix, which I want the fans to be managed by the commander pro. Obviously I still need the commander core to wire up the pump. So see my design below. I have a 5000X case. What I did is: - removed the PWM fan controller included in the case --> wired it up to the commander PRO - Used the commander PRO as the FAN controller for the H150i fans - Connected all casefans and H150I fans to the RGB hub included with the case - Connected the Pump to the commander core So my concrete question is: Will the H150 elite cappelix setup work with this setup? Or do I have to connect the fans and RGB to the commander core in order to get it working?
  3. Hallo, ich habe folgendes Problem: Mein Carbide Series SPEC-DELTA RGB Mid-Tower-ATX-Gaming-Gehäuse hängt an einem Mainboard vom Typ MSI B450M-A Pro Max. Um die vorderen Lüfter anschließen und ansteuern zu können, habe ich mir einen Commander Pro zugelegt. Damit lassen sich die Lüfter nun prima betreiben. Da der zusätzliche Anschluss der LED-Beleuchtung der Lüfter (4-polig im RGB-Splitter) nicht direkt auf dem Commander Pro funktioniert (3-polig), habe ich mir zusätzlich den Corsair RGB-Hub gekauft. Der lässt sich zwar wunderbar mit dem Commander Pro verbinden, die Anschlüsse des RGB-Splitters passen aber nicht in den Hub. Wie kann ich das lösen? Danke und Gruß! Kai
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