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Old 06-29-2020, 09:51 AM
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Now I'm curious about how I should actually be doing my push/pull on h150i. I've got the three ML120 Pro RGB on the front of case (push) controlled by the h150i, and then the three ML120 that came with the h150i on the inside (pull) controlled by the CoPro for the moment.
If I did three Y-splitters, I assume I would do the top/middle/bottom pairs, but which would be the master?
it doesn't matter at all how you plug them in since they will most likely all run with the same rpm setting anyways. but if you want to make cable management a bit more clean and easy, combine 1 push and 1 pull each
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Old 06-29-2020, 12:11 PM
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Now I'm curious about how I should actually be doing my push/pull on h150i. I've got the three ML120 Pro RGB on the front of case (push) controlled by the h150i, and then the three ML120 that came with the h150i on the inside (pull) controlled by the CoPro for the moment.
If I did three Y-splitters, I assume I would do the top/middle/bottom pairs, but which would be the master?
As Infin1tum wrote, there's no need to match the fans in pairs, it will work anyway.
I've plugged the fans from the AIO in the master header of the splitters and the QL in the slave, pairing each couple left-center-right (I have the AIO on the roof of the case).

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Old 06-29-2020, 12:22 PM
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Cool thanks for the tips. I noticed in iCue that the fan curve for the H150i goes by %, but the CoPro fans go by RPM. This got me thinking that it may be better to have them all on the same page.
Now I just need to order some Y splitters and call it a day.
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Old 06-30-2020, 03:16 AM
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Cool thanks for the tips. I noticed in iCue that the fan curve for the H150i goes by %, but the CoPro fans go by RPM. This got me thinking that it may be better to have them all on the same page.
Now I just need to order some Y splitters and call it a day.
You can both set all in % o RPM, but I don't think it's something mandatory.

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Old 06-30-2020, 07:37 AM
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I was looking for an option to change between RPM or % but couldn't find it. On AIO custom fan curve it was only %, and CoPro custom fan curve it was only RPM. Not a big deal though. The Y splitters get delivered today and all six fans will be on the same page soon enough.
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I was looking for an option to change between RPM or % but couldn't find it. On AIO custom fan curve it was only %, and CoPro custom fan curve it was only RPM. Not a big deal though. The Y splitters get delivered today and all six fans will be on the same page soon enough.
On both my AIO and CoPro, i can choose between rpm and/or %.

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Old 06-30-2020, 07:44 AM
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For a fixed % or RPM, yes - but I believe the actual custom fan curve is only one or the other, no?
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For a fixed % or RPM, yes - but I believe the actual custom fan curve is only one or the other, no?
I haven't actually tested that option yet.
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So if I understood, I can buy 3 more ll120 fans and plug them with Y splitters to my h150i pro with no problem ?
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Old 07-04-2020, 12:43 AM
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So if I understood, I can buy 3 more ll120 fans and plug them with Y splitters to my h150i pro with no problem ?
It will work for RPM management.

For RGB management it depends on your actual configuration... if you already have LL fans connected to a LNP with 3 spare ports, it will work. Otherwise you'll need other stuff.

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Old 07-05-2020, 09:35 PM
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Yes I have a LNP with 3 spare ports thanks a lot !
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