So its that time again for me to build a new rig and this time I decided to pull out all the stops. I'm almost completely stuffed a Corsair Obsidian D case and the only thing I have left to do is bend my PETG tubing and install it all and then wire of my fans. Out of it all the fans are the most intimidating part to me aside from installing the hard tubing. I have two radiators up front with 16 120 mm fans on them all pulling air in. I have One radiator up top with six more 140mm fans pushing air out, and finally two 120mm in the back pushing air out as well. I've managed to tie all of these fan cables together in a neat wad to the back of the case but I have no idea how I'm going to get them all powered and working. Most of the fans are CorsaIr but I do have a few EK Varda fans that I bought with my Rads. The case comes with one Corsair commander Pro and almost all of the 3 pack corsair fans came with the little 6 fan RGB hun and two port lighting node, which I don't want to use at all if I can help it. Can I buy 2 more commander pros and use a couple of splitters and get away with it. I'm really confused on how all the wiring works on these fans honestly. My motherboard is MSI MEG X570 Ace which has a CPU fan, Pump fan, and 5 Sys fan connectors. Currently I have two SATA power connectors laying un-used but can connect some more if I have to, but would rather avoid If I can because of the way I have my vertical mounted GPU kind of makes it a pain to get to the PSU. Either way each fan has two cables one labeled as RGB and the other appears to be a USB connection, but the commander pro only has two slots of LED and the six positions for fans. Am I somehow daisy chaining all those other RGB cables, and what do I do with the two USB hubs on the other side of the commander pro? I tried looking up some videos but what I have found so far are pretty dated. I just need to wrap my head around the mechanics of how its supposed to get power and be controlled and I need to do it for 24 fans.