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Old 11-15-2019, 01:34 PM
A.WAYNE A.WAYNE is offline
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Sigh.. HELP Need clarification: Commander PRO / HUB Fans / Lighting node?!

Hi all,



So here, I'll invest in a Big configuration (I9 / RTX280S), but at the fan level I'm downright lost, I'll explain:
-I will take as a case a CORSAIR CARBIDE SPEC OMEGA RGB, in which is already provided 2 fans "HD120 RGB". I will add an AIO CORSAIR 110I RGB PLATINIUM. I also want to add at the same time 2 other fans HD120 RGB LED purchased individually and not in pack of 3 since I need only two.


And the famous question is:
- How to synchronize all this? What hardware do I need to manage/synchronize the 4 HD120 RGB fans and 110I watercooling with the ICUE software? (So ​​6 fans in total)
At least in terms of lighting, not the speed of rotation of the fans etc ...

-Do I need to commander PRO? Or only lighting Node pro? Or simply HUB FANS? I saw that a node was already present in the box OMEGA SPEC RGB, but it has only two taken?

-I also read somewhere that ICUE could not handle fans of different models too, so I could not sync the HD120 and the AIO together? Because in the AIO is ML PRO 120 I think ....

If a charitable soul would want to help me understand and understand all this, I will be very grateful to him. Sorry, I know it's a rough draft; I did the best I could.



Thanks you very much, and sorry for my bad English .
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