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  1. Hi, I recently bought a Masterbox MB530P and everything was fine, really cool box that include 3 aRGB fans (AB). Two days ago, the last fan's leds (on the frontal panel) suddenly stop working, I mean, the Aura sync couldn't change the color of that fan anymore, (only light white) so the first thing I did was restart my computer. It worked the first time, then the aRGB leds of the same fan stoped working again so I tried restarting, but that didn't fix the problem. Since that, I can't control the leds from that fan, it start to blink random colors and also the problem got worst bc I can't even control the leds of the other two fans. Sometimes, when I turn on my computer only 1 led from each fan works (in a color that I didn't choose). All happened suddenly, I didn't have any problem with my computer before of this and the fans spin and work great, the problem is just the lightning, other RGB components on my motherboard works great and all sincronized. The 3 argb fans are plugged right into the motherboard with the 3 to 1 splitter argb cable that came in the MB530P (Plugged in the "ADD GEN2_2" then changed to "ADD GEN2_1" 5v/3pin). I've tried changing the place where I plugged them to see if the problem was my motherboard, but didn't work.Tried to change the order of the cables on the splitter and nothing change. Looked if everything were plugged correctly and they are. Also try with other RGB fans that someone lended me and they work perfectly on my motherboard (didn't use the same splitter cable). Do I need to call for warranty and/or replace those fans? Is there any solution? Motherboard: X570 Rog Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) Box: MB530P
  2. I've bought two extra fans, same model as the ones on the ml240r and have plugged them into the box hub. While the aio are fully customisable, the two fans I bought are stuck on a blue hue. I would appreciate any type of help I could get
  3. I recently bought a Cooler Master SF120R ARGB case fan and an Addresable RGB LED small controller, because my mobo doesn't have a 3-pin ARGB header. I connected all the cables correctly, but the fan still isn't lighting up. I've been searching for hours on the forums, but I couldn't find anything! Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  4. 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?
  5. I bought the MB530P and the addressable rgb fans are not lighting up. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get them to work? I tried to contact support but it seems that they are offline.
  6. I have managed to get my ASRock RGB software to recognize my 3-pack of ARGB fans, and I can now change the colors and modes--for the most part. I have found another problem, though: some LEDs refuse to listen to the instructions that the software gives them, and they both keep to the breathing mode and stay their rainbow color. The pictures attached show what the fans look like when I've told them to be static white--the three rainbow-colored LEDs seen on each of them stay rainbow-colored, and keep breathing. The affected lights are also all in the same relative position on each fan (I accidentally installed the top fan in the wrong orientation, which is why the rainbow lights come out of the left rather than the right). I've flashed the software a couple of times now, just to see if that did the trick, but the lights stay unresponsive. Is there anything I can do to get all the lights working as they should?