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Old 11-14-2019, 09:53 PM
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Originally Posted by c-attack View Post
Each RGB Lighting Hub powers 6 fans. In theory, you could use a lighting splitter on one and get away with using only two. The problem is you can't combine the SP-type with any of the other LL/HD/ML/QL RGB fan types on the same hub. You need separate hubs for SP vs everything else.
While that's true for the old SP-RGB "Classic" fans, that's not true for the new SP-PRO RGB (which is what he's looking at). The newer SP-PRO RGB fans are using WS2812B (8 LEDs) so you can mix them on a fan hub. You just have to hack the configuration and may get weird effects.
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