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  1. I'm just about wrapped up in building my PC, I only need to replace the cooler (which will be a ma410m) and get the (a)rgb sorted (power,data,n/a,ground), but I know not what hub to get for the lighting. The case I have is a mb530p which comes three pre-installed fan argb fans connected via splitter, and recently I've added 2xmf140s and a mf120 to top and rear (no lighting so far). I'll probably need a splitter for them two as the rear argb connector is too short. If so, that'll just be about 4 cables I need to connect (1(1x3) front splitter, 1(1x3) back splitter, and (hopefully just) two cpu fans). I've been looking around for some hubs to get for this but can't really decided due to a lack of reviews/information. I was going to get the Cooler Master Masterfan ARGB/PWM hub, but when I saw the motherboard header on the hub, I notice that it was a two pin connector on it so I don't know of whether to buy it or not as I' not sure if it's compatible with my mobo (b450 pro gaming carbon ac)(silly i know but like i said lack of information). another hub i'm looking at is the silverstone lsb02 which is pricier but may still be necessary. any other suggestions are most welcome. Sidenote: I plan on controlling the lighting and such via software (mystic light).
  2. I have a mb530p with a ASUS z390-e mobo. I have had this build for a while but the fan lights have never turned on. I tried today to figure it out. I have the SATA plugged into the PSU, all the fan connectors are plugged in their connectors into the Cooler Master Addressable RGB 1-to-3 Splitter Cable with Gigabyte 3-pin ARGB Adapter. The 3 pin is connected to the wire running from my controller (which im assuming is located by the power button). it all seems connected to me bu the lights will not turn on. Anone have nay ideas?
  3. Hello, I have the Cooler Master ML240R RGB Addressable RGB Lighting with Controller. As the title reads, when I run the RGB Led Controller software, all I get is the window that reads: "Plug in your cm device to get started " - USB connected to the JUSB1 connector on my motherboard. - Thin Green Fan Cable connected to the HUB Fan Slot ( fan icon ) - And finally the SATA is connected to the PSU. All the connections are good. ( tested that JUSB1 connector with other devices and they are detected just fine ) The HUB controller works, if you press the buttons, RGB lights change accordingly. So I was wondering if anyone here has had this issue and resolved. Thank you My Motherboard: MSI Z370I Gaming Pro Carbon AC