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Hi, I am wondering what other Cooler Master keyboards other than the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L RGB are compatible with MSI's Mystic Light software? On MSI's website, it notes that the MasterKeys Pro L RGB can work with MSI's Mystic Light software but I want to know what other keyboards would work. Shouldn't the MasterKeys Pro S RGB and the MasterKeys Pro M RGB work with this software as well since these are identical to the Pro L but just a different form factor? Can anyone confirm if these work or if any other RGB keyboards from Cooler Master would work with MSI Mystic Light software? Thank you!
Hi, I just built a new rig with these parts: PcPartPickerBuild When I connect the CoolerMaster Water Cooler ML120L RGB to the RGB pins on my motherboard the color lights up but is dim and will not change color. If I connect the RGB for the fan/watercooler directly to the PSU using one of the modular cables and the RGB controller provided in the package then the PC will not boot at all. Interestingly, If I connect the RGB for the fan/watercooler directly to the PSU AFTER the computer is already booted and running, then the RGB is bright and will cycle between blue and white. It will not display any other colors besides blue and white. Please provide Guidance on what to do. Thanks
I recently bought a Masterbox Lite 5 RGB for my brother to replace his old and flimsy case. The only issue we ran into was with the middle fan's RGB. We built the computer, connected the RGB splitter to all the fans, turned it on, and no RGB on the middle fan. We downloaded the RGB control for his motherboard (ASRock's version), and attempted to resolve the issue. The issue then turned into incorrect interpretation of the RGB colors. The 2 other fans appear to be working as expected, though. With all of that said, below is the list of troubleshooting we tried with no success on resolving the issue: Disconnect the RGB header from the middle fan and connect it to the other headers that are working correctly. Change the frequency and color coming from the motherboard. (this resulted in weird colors coming through on the middle one that did not match the others Another important note is that they are all attached directly to the power supply through 1 molex converter. Any advice on what to try? Also if I have to get a new one, is Cooler Master willing to just replace the fan? I'd really rather not return the whole case if it's not necessary.