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Old 12-30-2018, 08:35 PM
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Default Confused about how all of this works.

Hey, I'm building a PC and planning on all of the RGB parts being from Corsair. That is the only way I can get them to sync, right?

As for icue, I've done a lot of looking around and I can't find answers to a few of my questions.

Do I need to purchase my RGB fans with a controller, or will the software do that for me?
I've noticed that the Commander PRO comes with 2 LED channels, but the Lighting Node PRO also comes with 2. Is there any point in having both when it comes to LED strips? Do I need the Commander PRO in order to use any of these parts with icue?
Are there any things that I would need to buy to get icue to work? Is it as simple as buying some RGB fans and using the software, or do I need something else, like the Commander PRO?

Sorry if these are newby questions.
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