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Customize your computer with this Corsair lighting node. Its four RGB LED strips work independently to showcase different lighting effects, and they adhere easily to your PC via their mounting tape backings and magnets. This Corsair lighting node has a USB 2.0 interface, so it plugs into the motherboard.
Lighting Node PRO
Provides individually addressable RGB LED lighting with software control for unique lighting effects and vivid illumination of your PC.
Simultaneously control four individually addressable RGB LED strips and up to six HD or SP RGB fans (fans sold separately, RGB LED fan hub required).
The Corsair Lighting Node PRO and LINK software provide you with full control over your case lighting right from your desktop.
Individually addressable RGB LED strips
Each RGB LED strip is independently controlled and allows you to display different lighting effects and animations on each strip separately.
USB 2.0 interface
No special interface or additional hardware is required to use the Lighting Node PRO to its full potential, just plug it into an available USB 2.0 header on your motherboard.
Multiple mounting options
Mounting tape backings and built-in magnets provide multiple mounting options and make installation simple.
A:AnswerI do not think this is the best product for that, although it would probably work. The main module has to be plugged into SATA power off your PSU, so that means it will reside inside or very near your PC case. Then you would still have to connect the module through USB to your PC using the supplied cable or an aftermarket one. Once thats done, you can plug in the strips... They need to be connected to the module, so that means additional wiring from the main module (which is likely inside your case) to the monitor. This wont be pretty, durable, or convenient without some more work. Then you would stick the led strips to your monitor in exactly the place you want them first try, because the magnets would be useless. Then I would worry that the magnets in the strips would somehow affect the monitor signal/picture, although I could be completely wrong. I have to believe there are leds much more suited to this available and for a cheaper price.
A:AnswerGoogle "Zotty's iCUE" and the top result has everything about it. But the strips plug into the Node Pro (included in this kit). The Node Pro connects to a USB header and a SATA connector. If you dont have any available USB headers on your motherboard, you can get the NZXT hub (I did) or a similar USB hub. Just make sure it's the motherboard style USB, not external.
The Lighting Node PRO uses a USB 2.0 internal header connection to the motherboard, it looks like you should have 1 header available. Fan RGB connections would need to go to an RGB Fan Hub which would then connect to an LED channel on the Lighting Node PRO. If you'd like assistance with your setup, please feel free to contact our support team: support.corsair.com
The Lighting Node PRO kit's LED strips are designed to work with the provided lighting controller. If you have any additional questions, we'd be happy to help: support.corsair.com