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Old 09-12-2019, 02:53 PM
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Default 12 RGB Fan Configuration Guidance

Hey Guys!

I've been researching for a while now about how to set up my RGB fans in a new build of mine. I am new to this so please take it easy on me!

The build I am thinking about going for includes the H50i pro with 3 LL120 fans (front intake), 4 LL140's (1 Rear and 3 Top exhausts), 5 HD120's (2 Bottom and 3 Side intake - the 3 Side fans might be optional depending on performance) and finally id like to be able to use the RGB LED Strips if possible for around my desk.

I think I found I have found a way to complete this with the help of this forum and in particular @Zotty for his fantastic guide to fans and images!

Below is what I am going for:

All credit goes to @Zotty for making the above diagram, I just edited it slightly for my specifications :)

To my understanding, it is best to keep the different fans (HD & LL) on different RGB Fan LED Hubs, this however was an issue as I would like 7 LL and 5 HD. So with plugging one of the LL fans into a Lighting Node Pro which also has the RGB strip attached surely this would work? Or would the icue software not pick this correctly or maybe there be a conflict with having an LL and RGB Strip into a Lighting Node Pro?

All help is really appreciated!
Thanks for your time,
Jordan
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