[SOLVED] Default RGB Fan led hub + commander pro connections

Sep 21, 2019
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EDIT: I found the answer to all my questions , I dont know how to close this post.

I posted this on other forum, but I did not receive a reply yet, and as I need some help ASAP, I also post it here.

So I want to connect 4 120 ML fans(case) + 2 ML fans (H100i) + case RGB logo. I found this image on the forum, its pretty similar to what I want to do, so here I have a few questions.



1) Instead of 6 120ML fans to the RGB hub, can I connect 4 case fans and the RGB logo of the case? or it would be like connecting two different type of fans and wouldnt work? If so, can I connect the logo to one of the two RGB connections on the commander pro? instead of RGB strips like in the picture? or do I need another RGB Hub just to connect the logo.

2) Im also connecting a H100i with 2 120ML fans, connecting these two RGB fans to the pump. Will I still be able to sync the H100 fans RGB with the RGb fans connected to the RGB hub? (Using link/icue)

3) If instead of the commander pro, I use any other PWM fan Hub controller, will I still be able to connect the RGB hub to "random PWM fan controller" and still be capable of using icue?

4) If I connect 120ML fans to the RGB hub, can I use iCue? do I need a commander pro to use iCue?

Thank you for your time.

EDIT: Now I see I need the commander PRO because the RGB hub can not be connected to the motherboard via USB, am I right? still would like to confirm if I can use any other PWM, or I must use the commander pro to be able to use iCue.
 
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Lutfij

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Just responding for the sake of posterity, for others in the community who might be in the same boat as you.

Always try and stick to one brand's ecosystem to make sure you're working with like for like connectors. Sometimes manufacturers mess around with proprietary connectors and often times some info can and will be missed in terms of posting on spec's page.
 
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Lutfij

Titan
Moderator
Just responding for the sake of posterity, for others in the community who might be in the same boat as you.

Always try and stick to one brand's ecosystem to make sure you're working with like for like connectors. Sometimes manufacturers mess around with proprietary connectors and often times some info can and will be missed in terms of posting on spec's page.
 
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