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Hey everyone, Expand your PC's number of internal USB 2.0 headers with our USB 2.0 Hub! No need to limit yourself with a fixed amount of accessories within your PC. Here are a few quick highlights: Equipped with four USB 2.0 headers, you'll be able to conveniently route all your accessories to one central hub - AIO cooler controllers, RGB lighting controllers, iCUE PSUs - you name it! With a slim profile that even suits mini-ITX cases - you'll have an easy time installing this hub which magnetically attaches to your PC's surface Click HERE for more information. We've put together a quick FAQ down below: Q: Does the hub require power? A: Yes, this hub connects to a SATA power connector from your PSU. Q: Is this hub compatible with my system/motherboard? A: This hub offers wide compatibility with most Intel and AMD motherboards.
Hello, today I installed my newest Corsair producs, 2x QL140 and 1x QL120 to my case. They came with a Lighting Node Core to control their RGB, so I installed the Core, too. I needed to connect the Core USB cable to my internal USB hub, because my MB USB is occupied. Sadly, connecting it this way, iCue does not detect the Lighting Node Core and I cant control my fan colors now. I already had this problem with the Lighting Node Pro, but I was able to fix it when I plugged the LiNoPro directly into my MB. This doesnt work for my Core now, because I have no connection left. The hub works perfectly fine, the H115i Platinum, which is connected to the hub aswell, got detected without a problem. Even Windows 10 detects the Lighting Node Core under "other devices" alongside the H115i and the Lighting Node Pro. How can I fix that one, though? Is the newest iCue version faulty? Do I need some fancy drivers for the hub? Thanks in advance and kind regards, Exony
I'm in the process of acquiring parts to put together my first ever gaming PC. I will be using a ton of Corsair parts and peripherals, but my setup is somewhat unique compared to most. This is going to be a living room PC, connected to my 4K TV via HDMI. The PC itself will sit on a table just to the left of my entertainment stand. The problem is, how do I get my Corsair USB peripherals within reach? The natural solution I came up with was simply to get a 10 ft USB extension cable, run it across the living room (when I'm not using the PC, I'll simply put the cable away) and connect a USB hub to the extension to power my devices. Will this work? I got a really nice deal on a 4 port USB hub, but then something else occurred to me. Will I need the USB hub to be POWERED in order for this to work? I'd prefer the one less cable, but my concern is that all of the RGB lights are going to require more power than a non-powered USB hub can provide. Here is the setup diagram I threw together for reference: https://i.imgur.com/ETyvIzD.jpg
hey all need help , like a diagram because im lost, I have 9 ll rgb fans and 4 rgb lighting strips, 2 commander pros 3 rgb controllers (the six fan ones) and one rgn lighting nod.also a nzxt internal usb hub.i have the nzxt hub hooked up to the only usb header on my crosshair vi hero mob from there I have the 2 commander pros hooked up to the nzxt usb hub and the lighting nod the one for 2 rgb plugs hooked up to one of the commander pros ...and now the fan work and only 2 of the 4 rgb strips work and corsair link has no display of any thing ..were as prior to installing the last 3 fans everthing worked and corsair link works fine ...is the commander pro supposed to be hooked up to mob and if so how do i hook up the second commander pro as I dont want to use the fan headers on my mobo