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Hello all, I have a quick question. I was thinking about getting the H500M for my next build along with a ML360R. I’m not sure however how to connect all my RGB. In total I will be using a total of six RGB fans - the three that come with the AIO, the two 200mm RGB fans that come with the case and another RGB fan at the rear. Is it possible for me to connect them all with the MasterFan ARGB and PWM hub sold separately? And how would I go about connecting the hub to my motherboard? Thanks.
Hi, I just realized that the download zip file for the Masterkeys Pro L RGB software portal is GONE. All that's there is the weird thing that's attached. No graphic like for the other portal. Does anyone know when it will be available -- and hopefully much improved? Thanks.
Upon installing the MasterPlus+ software, I found I could also install a firmware update giving me more effects and better control. I installed it and the ARGB strips that are integrated with my case aren't being utilized fully any more. A gif can be seen here: https://gyazo.com/0f6493a2e9cb7fdbab25067a08839a37
I am planning to build a TUF themed beast, and browsing forums are not helping me that much, as I am expected. My question is, if I could mount the ML240R to the top of the MB500 TUF Edition case, as theoretically it should fit, but might have spacing issues with the motherboard. (ASUS TUF b450-Plus Gaming) Is it do-able actually? Also, as far as I know, there is a RGB splitter with a case, but if I'd want to install a 3rd RGB fan (Cooler Master MF121L R4-C1DS-12FC-R2 RGB LED, I think this is the one that the case has 3 of them pre installed) - do I need an additional rgb hub or splitter, so I could make a fully synced wave effect? The motherboard should be able to handle the TridentZ RGB rams, and also I might purchase a RGB LED strip - any aura sync compactible suggestions here? Thanks for the help, Samu