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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 05-18-2019, 03:54 AM - Thread Starter
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Farbwerk 360

Nobody has the Farbwerk 360 with the Corsair ML120 Pro RGB ??

I simply can't get the LEDs to work, they stay off

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I believe you have to use their on controller and software https://www.techpowerup.com/253420/a...led-controller
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That seems obvious to me, I'm using Aquasuite

The fans are connected through the Splitty4 to the Farbwerk 360, the fans work, but the LEDs do not light up

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The corsair fans need their lighting node pro,It should have came with the fans if you bought them in a pack.And that lighting node pro hooks into a front usb on the motherboard and uses corsair software.
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Quote: Originally Posted by andrewmp6 View Post
The corsair fans need their lighting node pro,It should have came with the fans if you bought them in a pack.And that lighting node pro hooks into a front usb on the motherboard and uses corsair software.

But no.

Because before I had the Splitty4 to which I had connected the fan and LED cables, then with the RgbPx cable, I connected everything to the Aquacomputer D5 Next.and both the LEDs and the fans worked

Instead now, the Splitty4 is connected to the Farbwerk 360 the fan leds don't work ....

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Quote: Originally Posted by Lupo91 View Post

Instead now, the Splitty4 is connected to the Farbwerk 360 the fan leds don't work ....
Perhaps the Splitty4 and Farbwerk 360 are not compatible?

Splitty4 Compatible with:
D5 NEXT (41118)
QUADRO fan controller (53256)
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Quote: Originally Posted by GAN77 View Post
Perhaps the Splitty4 and Farbwerk 360 are not compatible?

Splitty4 Compatible with:
D5 NEXT (41118)
QUADRO fan controller (53256)

In the description of the Farbwerk 360 I read this:





Compatible with third party LED products
Alternatively to the LED strips offered by Aqua Computer, LED fans made by Corsair and NZXT can be connected using the optional accessory RGBpx Splitty4 (item code 53267, not included in delivery).


https://shop.aquacomputer.de/product...oducts_id=3798

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The Corsair RGB Addressable fans use a 4th pin to pass off data to the next fan (data out). Make sure you have it plugged into the first slot though the next one. They data in and out are wired in series, so if you are missing the first fan in the line, then it won't work at all. I can't speak for Aquacomputer's design, though I know Corsair products very well.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Solarity View Post
The Corsair RGB Addressable fans use a 4th pin to pass off data to the next fan (data out). Make sure you have it plugged into the first slot though the next one. They data in and out are wired in series, so if you are missing the first fan in the line, then it won't work at all. I can't speak for Aquacomputer's design, though I know Corsair products very well.
The fans are connected in series from the first entrance to the third.

I repeat, in this way with the D5 Next they worked, while with the Farbwerk 360 the LEDs do not light up, so the fan leds are working

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Google search seems to indicate they are working on some form of a 3 pin to 4 pin adapter for corsair.
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