The new CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO is our latest RGB lighting controller that allows you to sync all of your RGB components, and in this video, I’m going to show you everything you can do with the Lighting Node PRO. To make insulation as simple as possible, we made the Lighting Node PRO as small as possible. Allowing you to tuck the controller away nearly anywhere in your chassis. The Lighting Node PRO features a single mini-USB port to communicate with your PC. Two separate channels for RGB LED strips or RGB fan hubs, and a single SATA-powered plug. The Lighting Node PRO also features on-board memory so that lighting effects can be stored directly on the device, and run without CORSAIR Link. Installing the Lighting Node PRO is quick and easy. First, plug the USB cable into an available header on your motherboard, plug the other end into the Lighting Node PRO Then, plug in the SATA power cable. Now you can start up CORSAIR Link! In CORSAIR Link, you’ll see a tile for “Lighting Node PRO.” Click on “Configure,” to get started. You can choose between RGB LED strips, HDRGB, or SPRGB fans from the component drop-down menu just to the right of the channel number. After you selected the component type on a channel, you can add the desired number of components to it with the “+” button. To start customizing your lighting, click on a component and use the options at the bottom of the screen to change the lighting modes, colors, and the speed of the effect. Once you’re done configuring a lighting mode, you can choose to apply to multiple components with the “Copy to…,” button. Just click “Copy to…,” and check the boxes next to the desired components you want to copy this mode to.The Lighting Node PRO has a total of six different lighting modes. Rainbow, color shift, color pulse, color wave, static, and temperature mode, which allows you to change the color based off of the temperature of your components. You can also control the brightness of each channel with the slider to the right. This controls the brightness of all components on that channel, so moving the slider all the way to the left will turn the lighting off for that entire channel. If you want to turn the lighting off of a particular component, such as an LED strip or an RGB fan, you can turn the lighting off by selecting the desired component, setting it to static mode, and select black for the color, and if you want to get creative, you can apply a different effect to each component. The Lighting Node PRO and the power of CORSAIR Link allow you to take control of all your CORSAIR RGB components, not just for aesthetics, but to enhance your system as well. Thanks for watching!