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Old 11-30-2018, 10:34 PM
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Question LL140 fans broken?

Ive had those fans for at least 6 months now, they were working fine.

i swapped cases and left them unnused for at least 1 month.

i then decided i would put them in my new case, but to my surprise one of them is glitched out and the other is just not working
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(the one on the left is always stuck on that blue color on the top)

i disinstalled corsair link and installed icue instead, thought that might fix the problem, it didnt. all the latest drivers & stuff installed
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachmen...28/unknown.png

so i think it might be the fans that have gone bad? or did anyone have this problem before?
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forgot to mention i swapped cables and everything infinite number of times
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Old 12-01-2018, 12:04 AM
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Your screen cap of the Lighting Channel Configuration indicates that nothing is on the channel. You need to configure the channel for 2 LL fans - iCue won't pick them up.
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Your screen cap of the Lighting Channel Configuration indicates that nothing is on the channel. You need to configure the channel for 2 LL fans - iCue won't pick them up.


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ive tried stuff in the software too

i tried to plug the 4pin rgb cable directly on my motherboard and it gives out the same result, the left one gets a blue light on top and the other just doesnt work
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Hey, hey!

The 4-pin RGB of the LL fans require 5v connection. If you tried to connect it to a 12v RGB Header on your motherboard, you've most likely just fried your fan.

Corsair fans cannot be controlled via motherboard RGB Headers - 5v or 12v.
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