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CORSAIR 美商海盗船 iCUE Commander PRO智能RGB照明和风扇速度控制器
Corsair iCUE Commander PRO Smart RGB Lighting and Fan Speed Controller

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  • 6 个4针风扇端口,电压和 PWM 控制
  • 双通道照明
  • 两个 USB 2.0 内置接头
  • 兼容性:Windows 10、Windows 8、Windows 7。 需要带有内置 USB 2.0 接头的主板。 需要海盗船 LINK 软件版本 4.7 或更高版本
    • 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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Corsair Commander PRO、数字风扇和 RGB 照明控制器 - 黑色 - 支持多达 6 个风扇、4 个温度传感器、8 个 RGB 条带、6 个带电压和 PWM 控制的4 针风扇端口。

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MizzyG
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Install and Review from an average person
2018年11月29日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Install and Review from an average person
评论于 2018年11月29日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
Thought I would go ahead and write a review/install walkthrough since no one wrote one on here! Take about an hour if you don’t care for cable management.

INSTALL:
Setup fans, follow instructions and label each fan, they must be plugged into the commander pro IN ORDER. If you don’t then all the fans will malfunction. You need to plug the commander pro into your power supply with the computer completely off via SATA, then plug the USB 2.0 into the MB. Don’t plug the commander pro into a dedicated fan pin on the MB because the commander pro will not work.

After setting up your CORSAIR RGB fans into the “lighting node pro” that comes with the 3 pack (in order). This must also be plugged into the power supply via SATA. Then plug the Power cords into the command pro ports labeled “fan” (in order). Instead of using the lighting controller, use a 3 pin female adapter to connect the lighting node pro into the commander pro port labeled “LED 1”. Make sure to do this same technique if adding more than 3 fans, and keep the fans plugged into the commander pro in order. I’m attaching a diagram I found on corsairs website. Hopefully this helps!

REVIEW:
The commander pro is an amazing product! I is an essential to anyone who wants to control their fan speed and colors with iCue. I did previously use Corsair fans without the commander pro, and honestly you’re only getting half of usage out of them because settings are limited without the commander pro. It’s still possible to use fans without it but honestly being able to control everything from the iCue app is worth it, so if you can’t get it right away save up. I would say this product is essential to anyone using Corsair fans and iCue.

Disclaimer: I am just an average person that set this up.
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Some guy
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 The most helpfull diagram to understand how to setup your RGB fans
2019年6月28日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Some guy
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 The most helpfull diagram to understand how to setup your RGB fans
评论于 2019年6月27日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
CORSAIR instruccions suck. They really do not explain how to properly set up your RGB fans with the RGB Hub & Commander Pro. The diagram uploaded is KEY, once you see it this way it alllll makes sense, I'm just sharing it to finally put an end to the endless questions on this product and its installation. Now enjoy the light show, I know I do...
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SkoalBandits
3.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 and it really needs to be documented or explained better exactly how these devices all hook up properly
2017年6月22日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
样式: Commander Pro已确认购买
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Brett Mesmer
4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Worth the hassle of Link if you like to micromanage your fans.
2017年5月28日 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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4.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Worth the hassle of Link if you like to micromanage your fans.
评论于 2017年5月27日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
I've had the Commander Pro for about 24 hours. It's had some ups and downs, but mostly up. Starting with the good, the Commander Pro greatly simplified my cabling. I've long been a stickler for very clean cable management. Before using the Commander, I had two separate Silverstone fan hubs (one for intake fans and another for exhaust), so each had a PWM cable going to the motherboard and a SATA power cable. That is to say that, in addition to the 6 cables for my 6 case fans, we had 4 extra cables (two PWM, two power). This was a necessity because on basic PWM hubs you can't set fan speeds individually. Basic hubs like that can only be set as an entire unit.

Commander Pro, with Link, can set fan speeds individually, so I didn't need two hubs. Consequently, both PWM cables went away, replaced by a single internal USB cable, and two power cables turned into one.

Getting to Link (the software management system), it's earned a really, really bad reputation. This was my first experience with Link and I went in as blind as I possibly could to keep from having preconceived biases. I did have some trouble with Link, but nowhere near what has been described to me. I'll get to the problems and how I fixed them later.

Once Link was actually working, it was great. It's too complex to get into here (I have attached a photo that may help you understand), but I loved the ability to visually organize fans and to give any of them a preset profile or a custom profile, one by one. The BIG feature for me, however, was being able to set case fans to respond to GPU temperatures, something my motherboard (Crosshair VI Hero) couldn't do. The bottom two intakes are now responsive to the GPU, staying silent when the GPU is inactive. This feature will be more useful on a gaming computer that uses an open air aftermarket cooler on their GPU, like the the EVGA FTW for instance. Those cards can basically turn a small case into an oven, so you could conceivably program the Commander Pro to turn on otherwise unused exhaust fans as the GPU temperature rises.

Initially, Link/Commander Pro was rough, however. While Link was mostly stable, it failed to change fan speeds on any sort of curve. By default, fans seemed to be stuck at 50% or roughly 700 RPM (just my guess as to how it arrived at that RPM). I could change static RPM/% and the fans would respond, and the temperatures were displayed correctly, so it was a very odd problem.

At this point, I tried to update Link, and it turned out (predictably) that I had the latest version of Link. I was ready to quit updating there, but it turns out there's a separate firmware update elsewhere. I found it and, despite the device only having been released three days ago, it did have a firmware update.

This was a big improvement and allowed me to set fan curves, but Link would not go under 50% no matter what percent I set the relevant curve to. Roughly 700 RPM was the floor, although the fans would correctly respond when the curve told them to go above that.

Weirdly enough, small, incremental decreases in fan RPM did work, and I was able to drop fan speeds by 100 RPM increments in the curve successfully, all the way down to 0 RPM/off.

I was worried that this solution would be very tenuous, but it has remained effective after several restarts, so hopefully it's working fine now. I'm very satisfied with it at this point.

There are areas to improve, however, that aren't flaws. First off, this is the "Commander Pro," presumably a device aimed at professionals (workstations etc.), but it's also got RGB/LED capabilities, which seems aimed at gamers. I'm sure that's welcome for most users, but my computers are 98% for work and have no aesthetic LEDs.

Having additional features is certainly nothing to complain about, but I feel they come at the expense of more fan slots. Current my CPU fans are powered/controlled by the motherboard, which is perfectly fine with the Crosshair's superb PWM controls, but conceivably a large case, or a case with a big rad in push pull for instance, it would be easy to run out. I'd much rather have 8 fan headers or ideally 10 even if it came at the cost of RGB functionality, at least when it comes to "Pro" models. Maybe this "Pro" model should have a more gamer-friendly name and a strict workstation-esque model could be released that got rid of the fun stuff.

Anyway, despite a lot of trouble setting it up, I'm happy with the Commander Pro and, for the moment, I recommend it, Link and all. I'll update this if I run into any new crippling problems. As it stands, I can only give it four stars due to the Link issues, but maybe my trouble shooting will help others.
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