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Hi, I have the Cooler Master RGB Controller, along with 3 RGB fans and one Universal RGB led strip in my case. My question is, would it be possible to add a second Universal RGB led strip, by connecting it to the 4 pin connector on the one I already have, or do I need a splitter? If it's possible, is that supported by the controller and the Cooler Master software that comes with it? (it displays the 4 ports from the controller, so is it possible to assign a different light color for a second led strip even though the controller has 4 ports for 4 individual devices and not 5 or more)? Thank you!
I have a C700p and teh fan/RGB controller that came with it, 3 Phanteks Halo, and 3 Cooler Master RGB Fans and an RGB Controller that came with. The former controller looks like it works off your MOBO 4 Pin LED, the later works off of USB and software. I will probably get an ASUS motherboard or Gigabyte. Will the CM software pick them all up, will the ASUS or GB software? I plan on running the 3 halos from the controller that came with the 700p and the 3 CMs fans with the controller that came with them.
Tiogár posted a topic in Masterbox 5 SeriesHey, about a month ago i bought the Masterbox Lite 5 RGB, and quickly got all my parts into it. Tho i couldn't get the light in the fan to work beacuse i had an old motherboard, so i ordered the rgb controller. Now it is connected and it lights up when i start the pc. But when i download the Cooler Master Portal software i get the "Please make sure you are connected to the internet before starting/updating CM software" after looking the files of the CM portal it seems you get this error when it can't find a device connected. <STR_NO_DEVICE>Please make sure that\r\n you are connected to the internet \r\nwhen you launch/ update the CM Portal.</STR_NO_DEVICE> I have tried checking if the cable is sitting correctly.