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Corsair LL120 RGB not working with 6 fans

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UPDATE: **[SOLVED]**

 

I found the problem.

Within the iCUE software, I had to change the lighting channel to tell it there was no device connected, ie: remove the previous device of "LL RGB Series Fans". Then I re-added the device and was able to remove the second hub, plug all fans to a single hub, and now it works like it should!

 

Stupid software design that the fans are not plug and play, making it look like a hardware problem. I hope this helps someone else with the same fans having the same or similar issue.

I recently purchased another pack of 3 LL120 fans (sale had 3 pack cheaper than 3 individual) but I cannot get the RGB to light on a single controller. Am I missing something?

 

Everything is plugged in correctly, sata power is connected on both the node and RGB hub. If I disconnect my original 3 RGB and plug the new ones, the RGB works in slots 1-3 but not in 4-6. Using the second RGB hub I swapped the to see if one was faulty but neither will do RGB to 6 fans. If I use both hubs in slots 1-3 I am able to get all 6 fans to work properly, but that is just not right being 6 fans should work on a single hub.

 

-stumped

[Case] Phanteks Eclipse P400S TG (Air Mesh) || [CPU] Ryzen 7 5800X || [Cooler] Dark Rock Slim || [Mobo] ROG STRIX B550-F || [RAM] 32GB Trident Z RGB 3600MHz CL16

[GPU] XFX MERC319 Radeon RX 6950XT || [SSD] 1TB WD SN550 M.2 NVME || [HDD] 6TB Seagate IronWolf 7200 || [PSU] Corsair AX850

[Display] LG 27GL850 @ 2560x1440 - 144Hz || [Mouse] ROG Gladius II || [Keyboard] ROG Strix Flare (Cherry MX Red) || [Speakers] 2.1 Logitech Z-3 || [Fans] 6x 120mm Corsair LL RGB

 

Theater Room - My 11.1 Home Theater

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UPDATE: **[SOLVED]**

 

I found the problem.

Within the iCUE software, I had to change the lighting channel to tell it there was no device connected, ie: remove the previous device of "LL RGB Series Fans". Then I re-added the device and was able to remove the second hub, plug all fans to a single hub, and now it works like it should!

 

Stupid software design that the fans are not plug and play, making it look like a hardware problem. I hope this helps someone else with the same fans having the same or similar issue.

[Case] Phanteks Eclipse P400S TG (Air Mesh) || [CPU] Ryzen 7 5800X || [Cooler] Dark Rock Slim || [Mobo] ROG STRIX B550-F || [RAM] 32GB Trident Z RGB 3600MHz CL16

[GPU] XFX MERC319 Radeon RX 6950XT || [SSD] 1TB WD SN550 M.2 NVME || [HDD] 6TB Seagate IronWolf 7200 || [PSU] Corsair AX850

[Display] LG 27GL850 @ 2560x1440 - 144Hz || [Mouse] ROG Gladius II || [Keyboard] ROG Strix Flare (Cherry MX Red) || [Speakers] 2.1 Logitech Z-3 || [Fans] 6x 120mm Corsair LL RGB

 

Theater Room - My 11.1 Home Theater

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