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Old 08-31-2019, 07:40 AM
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Yes, it is a standard PWM and tachometer wire on that cable and it should be PWM controllable from whatever you plug it into. There is nothing special about using Commander Pro fan port #6, aside from it is necessary if you want to use the Corsair provided default Hydro X curves. I am sure you can manage something on your own. Also, when on any C-Pro fan header, the pump is controllable just like any other fan. You can have 6 data points for speed vs control variable and a bag full of choices. You can do gradual or stepped advances based on coolant temperature or whatever else you choose.

Be aware you may still need a Commander Pro or Lighting Node Pro as the software interface between iCUE and the devices if you want to control the RGB lighting on the blocks, pump, or any other Corsair RGB fans.
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