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  1. Hi all, I am about to start my first custom pc build, but I am already a huge fan of Cooler Master, and will include at least 10 Cooler Master components in my build. At the moment, I need some help figuring out how to intelligently control fans that are both PWM and RGB. I'm choosing CM's MC500P Case and will replace the stock case fans with a total of 6 MasterFan Pro 140 Air Flow RGB. The motherboard will be a latest generation Asus, with which I'd like to use Aura Sync for the fan RGB as well as some other LED components such as an LED strip. The mobo has the following relevant headers: 1 x Aura Addressable Strip Header, 1 x Aura RGB Strip Header, 1 x 5-pin EXT_FAN(Extension Fan) connector, 1 x Thermal sensor connector(s), 1 x Front fan, 1 x Rear Fan, and 1 x PUMP Fan. As mentioned, I would like to be able to control all 6 fans such that... (1) The fan speeds are intelligently adjusted according to internal temperatures, (2) The RGB of the fans are synced with Asus Aura, and (3) Also still be able to connect some other RGB components to be synced to Aura as well, such as an RGB strip. Other than that, I don't really care which headers are used (e.g. I would be fine with all 6 fans chained to one or two headers via adapters or controllers). I am willing to use whatever RGB/fan controllers or cable adapters that are necessary. I listed the relevant components here: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/Heracleidus/saved/QrTXHx Thanks in advance! Heracleidus
  2. Hi All, I'm planning on buying a Mastercase 6 Pro for my new build and I just wanted to know if I can control the colors of the front LED strip and the rear fan that comes with the case using Asus Aura Sync. On the Aura Sync website it mentions that the case do support but I have not seen it anywhere else(including the CM website). My color scheme for the build is black and white so it'll be great if I can know that this is possible or otherwise I'm stuck with either blue or red. Thanks..
  3. Matthew Wilson

    MA610P not lighting up with Aura Sync

    I needed to replace my old V8 GTS cooler because the fans on it started to get a bit grindy and I also wanted full RGB with Aura support. I ended up settling on the MA610P. I installed it last night, but for the life of me I cannot get it to light up with Aura. I'm using the RGB header from the back of my ASUS Strix Vega 64 with two trident (3 way) RGB splitter cables. - first Trident cable is connected to the header. - one connector is connected to the RGB cable from the MA610P which doesn't light up. - other connector is connected to the other Trident cable which is connected to 3 CM Pro Case Fans which all light up as expected. I've tested all of the cable connectors with the CM Pro Case fans and they all work as expected, so nothing is wrong with the cables. I've tested the controller that came with the MA610P and it lights up the cooler as expected. This tells me that functionally, all connectors seem to be working as expected, the fan lights are all working, but it's just not talking to Aura even though there is a Aura icon on the packaging. Does anyone have any ideas? Did I miss something?
  4. Jacob DeBus

    Asus Aura RGB Issues

    Hi, is anyone else having color accuracy issues with Asus? I have a ROG Strix z270e motherboard and I can somewhat interface with the lights on the outside of the case through the RGB header, but the color is extremely inaccurate. There is one specific color that I'd like, but it's impossible to get it there. For example, I can use the lights just fine using the button on the case, but when I control via motherboard and select teal, I get a purpleish color. When I select purple, I get a yellow color. I've tried calibrating and switching the cable both ways on the header, but no luck. When I do the calibration, it asks what color I see, Red Green and Blue, but it only shows Red, Purple and Yellow.