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Hi, I recently purchased new hardware and I'm in progress with my build... However, I'm at a loss on how to connect the RGB lighting system ??? This is what I have: - MasterLiquid ML360R RGB (CPU cooler with the included ARGB Controller(with buttons and such...) - MasterFan Pro 140 AP RGB (3 fan pack with an included RGB Controller? (No buttons, just connectors) - Asus ROG CROSSHAIR VII HERO WiFi Motherboard (with all it's Fan headers, RGB connectors,...) Now how does this work together ???????? Do I now need to use the 2 controllers to drive the 3 fans on the CPU cooler and the additional 3 casefans? How do I hook this up? Anybody has an idea ??? Just had a further look in the Motherboard manual, and it seems I have 2 adressable RGB headers... So do I just hookup the 2 controllers in these 2 adressable RGB headers? Or can I hook it all to one controller and have the luxury of changing all colors via one controller??? Thanks, Nick
Hi, Last week I bought a single pack of Masterfan Pro 120 Air Balance RGB, and I liked what I saw. So today, I bought the 3-in-1 Masterfan Pro 120 pack that comes with a RGB controller, to make a total of 4 RGB fans. After I fixed everything correctly and installed the coolermaster software, I started to use the software to control the colors. Then I realised that out of 4 fans, there is always this one (Fan 3) that is always different from the rest of the other 3 fans. The mode and tempo was okay, its just the colour is always wrong. Can you please advise how can I fix this? Thanks. Alex
The rubber insert are asymmetric on the Masterfan Pro case fans. Since they can be unscrewed and turned around, I was wondering what was the intended purpose of each side, e.g., the flat side is for screwing in with short screwed and the nubbed side is for screwing in with long screws? Should the rubber inserts even be turned around or always kept as is from the factory? A bit worried about the clearance with the fan blades if I'm using them for intake (where the fan's exposed spinning side is placed facing the case screw brackets and the blade has the potential to scrape part of the bracket).