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Corsair Fan Controller Commander Pro (CL-9011110-WW)

( 4.2 Average / 14 Ratings )

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Corsair

Part #

CL-9011110-WW

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Reviews

Frogg_Tough26 18 points 16 months ago
from completed build (***Updated*** )The Animus

works nicely and very convenient. Helps to bring cable management together.

shreduhsoreus 41 points 13 months ago
from completed build White Widow(FINAL)

I feel it's a little overpriced, but it does have a good amount of features. Corsair Link is buggy as hell, but it's usable. I've got 6 fans hooked up to this: 1 tied to GPU temp, 2 at a static 800RPM, 2 tied to my CLC liquid temp, and 1 tied to CPU temp. For the most part it works how it's supposed to(other monitoring software like HWInfo screws it up and you have to restart the app). I also like that the quiet, balanced and performance profiles also take control of the attached fans(if you have the sudden desire to make your rig sound like a jet engine).

The thermal probes are pretty niche and mostly just for those who think it would be cool to monitor certain temps. I wasn't going to use them but figured since I paid for them I might as well. 1 is monitoring GPU rad exhaust, 1 on top exhaust, 1 on front intake, and 1 on the CPU rad exhaust. They seem pretty accurate.

You can also buy the Lighting Node Pro LED strips by themselves and plug them straight into this without buying the one that comes with the lighting controller. The RGB fans need the RGB controller though, keep that in mind if you hope to use this with them.

jemss 16 points 9 months ago
from completed build Dual Front Project

Aaaahh the commander pro. Totally useless therefore utterly indispensable. Had to have one of these to make the RGB fans "sing" in sync.

It has a lot of wires so be prepared to be good at cable tidying.

Dorth 33 points 8 months ago
from completed build Black Ice

Enough connection points for all my fans, LGB lights and thermal wires. LINK Software needed but it worked very well and user friendly.

LoneCrusader 29 points 7 months ago
from completed build Palladium Glass

Awesome piece of hardware, I control half my fans speeds and all my lighting throughout the case for the exception of the motherboard. Was a little tricky getting it setup as you have to upgrade the firmware right out of the box and you have to add each fan individually to your setup and no it doesn't auto detect until after you add each fan and each light strip.

xxgingersharkxx 5 points 7 months ago
from completed build Deadpool Special

Once you get this thing working, its great. When I installed it I was able to use the USB 2.0 headers on it to power and use the h100 pump I have and the USB 2.0 ports on the outside of my rig. But with the fans started when I started my rig up. Corsair LINK was not detecting it and the light from the RGB HD 120mm fans didn't work. But the fix was easy.

  1. uninstall and reinstall LINK, Close Link if is on.
  2. Turn off you FIrewall
  3. unplug the SATA Power from the Commander Pro
  4. Have a friend take a bent paper clip and press and hold the reset button on the Commander Pro. 5.While still holding the reset button. plug the SATA power back in. The LED on the Commander Pro should start blinking.
  5. Once plugged in, remove the paper clip and your computer should now be detecting the unit.
  6. if prompted, update the driver for it, If not prompted, open LINK and check the device for an update. If so, update.
  7. once finished, restart your pc and you should now have full control on the unit.
  8. Go to the Configure tab and arrange the icons correctly to your rig.
Aquilian 186 points 5 months ago

A very convenient solution to connect a plethora of fans, LEDs and temperature sensors. And there are two additional internal USB headers on top of that. The LINK software works great for me, I did not encounter any bugs so far. Helped a lot with cable management in my last build.

OverGrownCarrot 10 points 4 months ago
from completed build Audax - My First Self-Built PC

This is an absolute must if using the LL120 fans. Its ability to control the fans so well in the Corsair ICue software makes a huge difference.

KevinFumbles 13 points 3 months ago

Amazing little thing. It works with Corsair Link as well as iCue, and can control a plethora of things. If you use it in combination with the Lighting Node PRO, you can control all the RGB fans in your case (lighting and fan speed).

xxgingersharkxx 5 points 2 months ago

Once you get this thing working, its great. When I installed it I was able to use the USB 2.0 headers on it to power and use the h100 pump I have and the USB 2.0 ports on the outside of my rig. But with the fans started when I started my rig up. Corsair LINK was not detecting it and the light from the RGB HD 120mm fans didn't work. But the fix was easy.

-uninstall and reinstall LINK, Close Link if is on. -Turn off you FIrewall -unplug the SATA Power from the Commander Pro -Have a friend take a bent paper clip and press and hold the reset button on the Commander Pro. -.While still holding the reset button. plug the SATA power back in. The LED on the Commander Pro should start blinking. -Once plugged in, remove the paper clip and your computer should now be detecting the unit. -if prompted, update the driver for it, If not prompted, open LINK and check the device for an update. If so, update. once finished, restart your pc and you should now have full control on the unit. Go to the Configure tab and arrange the icons correctly to your rig.