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  1. bonjour ma config est : Boîtier moyen-tour connecté en verre trempé iCUE 220T RGB (avec les 3 ventilateur fournis et un identique au autre (sp120rgb pro) Système de refroidissement pour processeur liquide iCUE H100i ELITE CAPELLIX mon problème est que je peux contrôler que les 2 ventilateur de mon h100i je les vois et peux tous les modifier dans iCUE mais ils n'y a que les deux ventilateur de mon h100i qui prennent l'effet
  2. I recently built my first pc and everything went fine. I had purchased a 3 pack of corsairs sp 120 rgb fans. It came with the control and the lighting hub. When i built it i realized i only had 2 available ports for fans on the motherboard, so I decided to just put in 2 of the fans and wait on a 3 pin fan hub to put in the other. So the fan hub came in and i connect the third fan to it, and i connect the 4 pin into the lighting hub into the third slot. The first 2 fans that i put in worked perfectly when i plugged them into the new 3 pin fan hub. When i turned on the pc the 3rd fan i had just installed was static green, not purple like i had the other 2 set. so i cycled through the colors and modes on the little black controller and the first 2 fans were working, but the third was still static green. Its not even the same green as the other 2 fans, it more of a white tone. So i thought maybe it was the three pin fan hub, so i plugged the 3rd fans 3 pin into an available slot on the motherboard and it stayed static green. Cycled through the options again and nothing happened. I tried switching around the 4pins connected to the lighting hub and no matter what slot I put it in it stayed green. Whenever the first two were plugged into different slots the lighting stopped working. For some reason this fan just wants to stay green. I use corsair link 4 to control my ram but it does not control the fans, only the included controller. Any suggestion?
  3. farva38

    Commander pro

    I recently completed my first build and everything seems to be working except my SP 120 fan lighting and my corsair light strips. I have the fans plugged in to the lighting node pro that came with my 570x case, and then I have that plugged in to the LED port of a commander pro. I also have the fans plugged in to the fan ports on the commander pro. I have the light strips plugged in to the commander pro LED port as well. The fans are spinning, but none of them are lighting up or letting me control their speed. I'm using the most recent version of iCUE. Any troubleshooting ideas would be much appreciated.
  4. Hi guys, I'm new to the forums so i'll just start this off by saying this; if my questions are dumb, can you at least direct me to where I should have seen the answer? :P I'm looking into buying the 460x RGB case, I really like the look of it but had a few questions. 1. If I buy 3 HD 120 RGB fans after receiving the case, can I use the same fan controller included with the 460x to control both the SP fans and HD fans? (I have heard you need to use the respective controllers that come with the fans) 2. If I cannot do the above, is there any way to control both sets of fans with the integrated controls on the case? 3.(not case related) I have heard mixed comments about the HD120s, can anybody confirm or deny that they are "loud" fans? by that I mean, when used for radiators, do they need to be at a higher RPM to work as effectively as other fans on the market? (example, my current set up I run my NZXT AER P fans at about 1200RPM - 1300RPM [60%], my CPU never gets above 60 degrees under load and I can hardly hear the fans at all.) Thanks for any help, if you can only give me tips on 1 or 2 of the questions and not all of them... feel free to shoot them my way. Any advice or insight would be lovely.
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