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Old 10-22-2019, 08:42 PM
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Default Struggling to set up my fans

Hey folks, I am building a new system and I am struggling to get all my fans to work correctly with my Commander PRO.

I have 3 issues.
Issue one, no lights.
Issue two, the iCue app keeps crashing when I try to update to the latest firmware and never gets beyond 0%
Issue 3, I have more fans than the commander pro can accommodate.

I have 6 LL120 White RGB Corsair fans plus the Corsair H100i white RGB twin fan cooler giving me a total of 8 fans.
The lights on my two rad fans work fine, lights, they spin etc, only it doesn't detect anywhere in my software to control the lights in sync with my fans.
The other 6 fans are spinning but none have lights, also, they keep going from 800 rpm, to max on a loop every 5 seconds irrelevant of which fan profile I use.
The 6 fans are connected to the commander PRO while the two rad fans are connected to the respective CPU block.

Am I supposed to plug the fan headers into the Commander Pro or the RGB headers? Sounds like a daft question, but the manual says fans into the fan headers, but the fans say in their instructions that the RGB headers go to the commander pro and the fans to the Mobo.
It can't really be both lol
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