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Old 01-01-2020, 10:52 AM
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Default Tower 900 Water Cooling Build

I need to connect 13 fans to 2 Commander Pros
I need the Lighting of two fans to coordinate with Asus Aura

I understand that my case, memory, and GPU Motherboard waterblocks are not Corsair, but get over it and read on.

I use Corsair products extensively in my builds. This is no exception.
The motherboard, memory, reservoirs, and waterblocks will all be controlled by Asus Aura software.

This is where Corsair comes in:
My Power Supply is Corsair RM1000i
My build has 13 fans:
8 ML-140 Fans (non-RGB) on each of two radiators
1 ML-140 Fan (non-RGB) at top of Case
2 ML-140 PRO Fans (RGB) at rear of Case [RGB not required here, but I own the fans]
2 QL-140 Fans (To be ordered to replace the ML-140 Pros for improved appearance. [RGB required here)

I own:
2 Commander Pro controllers
1 RGB LED Hub (prior build)
1 Lighting Node Pro from ML-140 Pro

My plan is to connect all 13 Fans to the two Commander Pros.
The Commander Pros would be connected via USB, with one to main board.
The ML-140 pros would be combined as they would act together for rear case exhaust. I would not connect RGB connections ( I could use the RGB Led Hub for this purpose, but in its application I would only see a glow in back of case)

I would want the lighting on the two QL-140 Fans to coordinate with Asus Aura software.

My research says I can daisy change the Commander Pros
I am less confident in Asus Aura controlling the lighting. This forum has posts on the subject, but they seem to talk about the old Corsair Link and not latest iCue

Can someone confirm what I am asking is possible?

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