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Old 09-19-2019, 05:44 AM
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Default Corsair 1000D with 24x 120mm fans

Hi, I saw in one of the videos for 1000D with below configurations.

2x 480mm radiator (push/pull) front - 16 fans
1x 360mm radiator (push/pull) top - 6 fans
2x 120mm fan - back exhaust

How exactly are all these fans connected? I saw the case comes with a CommanderPro. Sorry I'm new.
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Old 09-21-2019, 01:01 AM
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Lots of commander pros, possibly reduced by some number of pwm splitter cables. Likely an internal USB port splitter as well.

I am currently running 9 ll120s and 6 ll140s with no splitters and it takes 3 commander pros - the case-supplies one and two more. I chose to go this way versus splitters out of stubbornness, splitters would have been cheaper. On the upside I have a lot of lighting channels.
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Old 09-21-2019, 02:47 AM
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Hi buddy

running 32 fans in mine.. 1 commander pro.... no PWM splitters but did use PWM repeaters...

read these faqs or guides...


Hydro X Faq

My 1000D guide

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