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Old 03-13-2019, 08:00 AM
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Six fans is the maximum for one RGB Fan LED Hub.

However, with a Fan Hub Splitter, you can put two fan hubs on that JCORSAIR header. It's not "official" and it's not supported - which is why it isn't in the manual - but it does work and work well. That's really the only option with a single JCORSAIR header.

If you want to control all 9 fans from a single Lighting Channel (like the JCORSAIR header), that's how you do it. Otherwise, you can use a Commander Pro or Lighting Node Pro, put each fan hub on a separate channel (each of those have two), and then configured them with iCUE.
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