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Old 05-22-2020, 06:57 PM
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Default H100i Platinum SE wiring

Hi there.

Its the first time I build a pc from scratch and I am a little bit confused.
I own a 465x case (3xLL120 fans) and the H100i Plat SE (2xLL120 fans), as well as an extra LL120 fan.

The thing is that I want to use the fans that come in the case for the radiator, but don't know if I that would cause a problem.

So I think I have to connect the front case fans to the AIO pump and the fans that came with the cooler (on top, as outtakes) to the LNC, as well as the one remaining on the front and the extra LL120, right?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 05-22-2020, 07:46 PM
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It won't cause a problem.
You have all LL fans so you can put them all on the LNC. Just make sure to put the PWM headers for the radiator fans on the radiator. The RGB doesn't need to be on the radiator.
Putting all of the fans on a single LNC (single channel) will let you synch them better.
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