iCUE Commander PRO Smart RGB Lighting and Fan Speed Controller (CL-9011110-WW)
iCUE Commander PRO Smart RGB Lighting and Fan Speed Controller (CL-9011110-WW)
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  • The Corsair iCUE Commander PRO turns your case into a smart case, using Corsair iCUE software to control up to six case fans and two RGB lighting channels
  • Powers up to six DC or PWM fans with voltage and PWM control, including the ability to run at zero RPM for total silence
  • Two RGB lighting channels provide powerful software control of Corsair individually addressable RGB LED strips and Corsair RGB fans
  • Four repositionable temperature sensors allow you to accurately monitor temperatures throughout your system with Corsair iCUE software
  • Two USB 2.0 internal headers allow you to easily connect internal USB devices, such as a Corsair AXi Series PSU or motherboard front panel
  • Set up custom fan curves and lighting profiles to automatically adjust fan speeds and RGB lighting based on system temperatures
  • Powerful Corsair iCUE software brings everything together, allowing you to customize RGB lighting, monitor CPU and coolant temperatures and adjust fan speeds, all from a single intuitive interface
  • Commander PRO’s low profile design and included adhesive backing makes it easy to install behind your motherboard, or on any flat surface inside your case
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Customer - 1 year ago

The Commander Pro delivers 1A per fan header. The Corsair ML140 pro fans use .275A, the ML120 pro uses .299A, and even if you rounded that to .3A then you should be able to connect 2 fans per header no problem. Sorry for the late answer, but hopefully more people will get a good idea of what they can do with the Commander Pro with these specs listed.

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Customer - 1 year ago

The Commander Pro delivers 1A per fan header. The Corsair ML140 pro fans use .275A, the ML120 pro uses .299A, and even if you rounded that to .3A then you should be able to connect 2 fans per header no problem. Sorry for the late answer, but hopefully more people will get a good idea of what they can do with the Commander Pro with these specs listed.

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Customer - 1 year ago

Wow,I like it

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