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Sailordude9980 03-20-2019 01:53 PM

Hd120, Commander, icue rgb problem
 
I have 8 hd120 fans. All of them light up with the expection of one.

Using Corsair pro with 2 RGB hubs
I've connected them all in order.
Verified via icue, I have 6 hd120 rgb cords connected to led channel 1. 2 connected cia channel 2.
Reset the PC, changed commander to different hub
Reset firmware on commander by inserting pin.
Viewed various forums and youtube videos

Ran out of ideas. Request the communitys assistance.

c-attack 03-20-2019 02:33 PM

Which fan does not light up? (1-6, 7-8)

Sailordude9980 03-20-2019 02:34 PM

The number 7 Hd fan

c-attack 03-20-2019 04:13 PM

7 does not light up, but 8 does? Hmm. These things normally work in series, so the break in chain kills everything after. Swap 7 & 8 on the RGB lighting hub. Does the “new” #7 go dark? Or does it stay with the fan and #8 is now dark? You can also try it with fans from RGB hub 1 (1-6).

Sailordude9980 03-20-2019 04:24 PM

Tried both ways as you suggested. If I take swap a RGB (number 7) will light up, but then then another light will turn off.

c-attack 03-20-2019 04:40 PM

OK, you lost me. So the same physical fan stays dark, no matter which place you plug it in. RGB Hub 2, slot #1 does work with other fans?

Glzmo 03-20-2019 07:35 PM

Just to check, have you actually setup your fans as HD fans in iCue under Lighting Setup or are other types of fans selected there? I'm just asking because if you select a fan type with less LEDs, not all LEDs of your setup will be lit and potentially a fan or more could be partially or fully without lighting.

Sailordude9980 03-20-2019 07:50 PM

Yes, I did. The only fans I have in my pc are hd 120 fans. All others were taken out to assist in trouble shooting


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