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  1. Just installed the fan and it looks great. However, I would like to know if i can control the color of the light without using the remote. My mobo has an RGB header and I dont particularly like the remote. So i was hoping someone with some knowledge might be able to tell me how to control the light without the remote. Thanks!
  2. Hey, so i'm going to (try to) make it quick: Basicly, i've hide a couples of LED Strips(bought 10m of 12v 5050 RGB LED Strip that you can cut and i've put them all over my pc, didn't use the full 10m), i might have like 100+ Total LED(can't show them all on picture but here's a somes. So i know it will draw a lot of power, so i taught: i could seperate them in "Zone" and use a controller to set them up via software. so i bought the Cooler master RGB Controller, the one with 4 output made for 12v led. and i wonder, What's the Amp on Those output? i can't find anywhere, i just want to know how Much LED i can put on each lines and if i will need to use my LED Plug on my motherboard(if the controller doesn't output enough power) P.S. For the Curious, my case is the Corsair Conquer(picture over pf when it had working led setup), with a i7 7700k, Asus Z270 Prime A, EVGA 980 ti Hybrid and 32GB of RAM :p Extra Pictures
  3. So I have the Cooler master Master air maker 8 *inhales* and was curious if anyone has any custom RGB options for this? I don’t want to switch it out since it’s already installed and I love the performance, but I would love it so much more to go with the rest of my setup instead of being the only red thing sticking out.
  4. Hello, Im new here also new to the whole RGB world. Recently i have purchased and put together a computer in NZXT 710 Case, I purchased the ML360R, MF140R, and 3 MF120R RGB. Alos my motherboard is a MSI Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon board. My question is the ML360R came with a controller, how do i plug all 7 fans into this controller to get all the fans to sync? I have had success with the 3 fans from the ML360R and MF140R syncing but when i try to plug the 3 MF120R fans, i cant get the lights to show. All the fans have power. any help would be great
  5. Hello, I just built my PC. Firstly I wired Wraith Prism via RGB header and controled RGB by motherboard UEFI. The range of presets was not very rich, so I rewired cooler as option 2 (via USB Header). It works, but original software from CM doesn't detect it and says: "Plug it your CM device to get started"". So, where I made a mistake? Please suggest. Thanks
  6. I recently purchased 2x cooler master fan lites from newegg. When I received them, they were in plain plastic bags with no manuals or warranty cards, etc. I went to look for reviews of this product to see whether or not this was worth the money, and all reviews I had seen show this item comes in a box with paperwork. So I did some looking and found that the Master Fan Lite apparently comes in different models, as I went back to newegg and found not only the fans I ordered, but a listing for the exact same fan? At least on the surface.... It seems that both the fan I purchased and the fan listed in this seemingly identical listing have different model numbers. The names and model numbers are: MasterFan Lite 120 - R4-CPDS-12FC-B1 Master Fan Lite MF120L - R4-C1DS-12FC-R1 Both claim to be RGB, both are 120 variants, and both are but one listing states the fan has "customizable color options", despite also being called "Master Fan Lite". It's about as confusing as the difference between Nintendo's 3DS and their New 3DS (one is simply different than the other but both have essentially the same name). What's the difference? Is it that the Master Fan Lite has only basic RGB lighting, and that MF120L is capable of more advanced RGB lighting?
  7. After a long time saving money I finally got my H500M and I would like to share my thoughts about it. Design: That's the main reason I bought this case. The two massive fans on the front look incredible. After seeing an H500 a year ago I knew my next case had to have these massive fans. Combined with the 4 glass panel I can get a clear view of my interior, especially because the glass isn't as smoked as a lot of other alternatives. I would still prefer completely clear glass though. While the glass panel on the Backside seems useless at first, I'm planning to get a nice Drawing in there and add a Custom made RGB-LED System. What I don't like are the glossy plastic parts which are prone to fingerprints and dust - even more so than the glass panels as well as the RGB on the fans, which need more LEDs to allow finer effects. Overall I'm extremely pleased with the visuals of this case. Quality: The case seems to be well made. I didn't notice any dangerously sharp edges or imperfections in the paint job. The plastic parts seem stable enough and I'm not to worried about scrathing the panels, since they're made out of glass. However, I'm not at all satisfied with the fans! They Wobbly and don't even support PWM! Building inside the case: Building on the other hand wasn't as satisfying. Installing the motherboard was quite easy thanks to the amount of available space. The SSD mounting mechanism is really easy to use and seems surprisingly reliable. I don't think I'll have any problems when transporting my PC. The case could use one or two more centimeters behind the metal panels that hide the cables, especially the big, vertical one. I had a lot of trouble getting all my cables behind there. Features: The ability to swap the front panel is a must-have. On this case there's still enough mesh to supply air while the glass front panel is installed and if I need better cooling I can just slot in the full mesh. GPU sag looks terrible so I'm happy to have a little support arm in this case! What's especially useful for me is the internal USB to USB-Micro cable. I Plan to use a micro-controller to build a custom RGB System since I think all systems I could by are lacking and way to expensive. Radiator support seems nice, but to fit one in the Front it seems I would have to change the fan config. I bought this case for the Huger fans, so no way. I'll have to see if I can find a 400mm radiator that could fit with a bit of work. If a 400mm radiator was supported by default this case would have even more extreme cooling capacity. The included bag is great, but could use a bit more padding. Though I'll probably make myself a custom harness that I can attach without picking up the case. 4 USB 3.0 slots and one Type C 3.1 slot are fantastic, but my motherboard only has one USB 3.0 Header, so an included adapter would help. I would also like to see a backplane for the HDD drawers. Also, a removable motherboard tray helps with annoying IO-Shields. Thankfully newer boards have these integrated. Lastly I don't want zip ties at this price! velcros only, please! Conclusion: I really like the case. The only two things which are actual problems for me are fans and getting zip ties instead of velcros. If this was fixed I would be completely satisfied. All other things I discussed here are supposed to be inspirations and I would love to see them incorporated in a future case.
  8. I bought a masterliquid ML240R RGB around a year ago and two months ago i started having problems with the led that would start having a sort of seizure every time i would chose a color cycle. The problem would sort of calm down when I chose a static color. Anyways i RMA'd it and i sent it to CM, but its been three weeks and i have no news on what happened. It sais on the RMA status they received it, but i have no idea what has happened and I've been waiting for around 3 weeks. I need my pc for school and i can't do anything right now for there seems to be no customer support on the CM account site. I'm confused and have no idea what to do, can somebody help, i need a cooler for my CPU and im dissapointed they haven't told me anything on what is going on with my cooler.
  9. Hi. I'm new to the forum, and also to RGB building. I only opted to go RGB when I couldn't find regular parts at the time, and figured why not. Anyway, I have run into a problem with the front panel fans. Here is a list of all the parts I have for the build I wanted to make: Cooler master MB520 case (using the three front panel fans and rear exhaust fan pre-installed) MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC Ryzen 7 2700X CPU G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32 GB DDR4-3000 RAM (2x16) Crucial M.2 500GB NMVe SSD (will add additional drives later) EVGA GeForce GTX 1050TI (no cables required) 2 additional Cooler Master Lite 120 fans (for the top panel of the MB520) Corsair RM650 fully modular PSU I checked PC Part Picker, and made sure that all of these components were compatible with each other. I also confirmed with other PC builders to ensure they would all work together. With that out of the way, my problem lies in the front panel, specifically the three fans that are provided with the case. On my board, there are more than enough connections for system fans. However, the connection for the three fans is 4-pin female, while the board has nothing but 4-pin male. The kind with the 'notch' that appear to only allow 3-pin connectors. Is there somewhere on my board to allow connectability, or will I need something extra to allow the fans to connect to the board (either directly or indirectly)? I have tried looking through the manual for the motherboard but the only connectors that made sense were those that appear to only support LED RGB strips. I tried asking advice from other PC builders and they were unable to figure it out. I even went to youtube and other sources of support and turned up empty. My eyesight is really low, too low in fact that I have to rely on others or use ridiculously sized print to read the tiny labels on the board. I also have very limited knowledge on PC building when it comes to post 2014 hardware. Family and friends are either too far away to help, or know nothing about PC building themselves. I just need to know how to connect the three fans to my board without too much hassle
  10. Ive built a new pc and everything is working well except for the RGBs present on the front fans of the case. Thet were showing a solid green and they were not being picked up by any software, cooler master or otherwise. As such I decided to bypass the switch and connect them to the MBD RGB section. After doing so they began to change, turn off and on etc. Just wondering if theres any way for me to get them set up with a software so J can change them like the other RGBs I have in my build.
  11. Hello everyone I am planning to mount a PC with CM RGB, as I have been looking on internet I can't mount 2 CM controllers so the solution should be splitters. So, I make this topic to make sure my idea can work. There are 3 front fans (MasterBox MB530P) 2 front fans splitted = 1 connector for Controller The connector explained above splitted to the third front fan = 1+1 connector, total 2 Split those 2 splitted connectors making it a total of 1 connector to the controller 2 CPU fans splitted = 1 connector for controller, total 2 2 top fans splitted = 1 connector for controller, total 3 Rear fan, making it a total of 4. Can it work? I assume the splitted fans will work equally Thank you
  12. Hiya. I currently own the MasterLiquid ML240L RGB, and the MasterFan MF120R ARGB 3in1. They both came with an RGB controller, although it seems like the one from the case fans is a bit newer. My first question is, how do I sync these products with software (I have an MSI motherboard with MysticLight)? My second question is, are there any cables I need to purchase (I see a USB Mini input on the RGB controllers, so maybe a Mini USB to USB 9 header)? Thanks in advance!
  13. Hi, I'm thinking of buying a MB520 this weekend. I was wondering if it's possible to control the rgb fans using the cooler master master fan rgb software if I were to connect them to my motherboard as I have read many bad feedback on using the rgb fusion 2.0 software for my gigabyte motherboard. I have just submitted a ticket to coolermaster but since the weekends are just a few days away, I figured any help would be great asap. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks.
  14. I recently bought a MasterLiquid ML240R RGB and it all installed perfectly. I have no problems with the cooling or noises. I installed the controller and it worked for like 2 min the turned off. I didn't short it or anything. When i plug it back in after disconnecting it, it turns off then goes to one light mode then completely shuts off again. Idk what to do weather I claim it on warranty or if i can get a replacement part. Any help would be amazing. Thanks
  15. Showcase intro : Hi, this is my first build. I'm going to mod a Cooler Master Cosmos 2 on the theme ROG : Republic Of Gamer but not in red who is the usual color. So this is a little case for a big mod... More seriously i will use RGB, custom loop and homemade parts for the loop. The project : For this project i want to watercooled as many parts as possible with a dual loop. The colors pattern is Green & White for the case and RGB for the lightings. Build list : The Hardware : CM : Asus ROG RAMPAGE V + OC Panel CPU : Intel Core i7 5820k GPU : Kfa2 980 ti HOF RAM : 8 x 8 GO DDR4 Patriot Viper Steel 4133 Mhz C18 PSU : Corsair AX1500i SSD 1 : Asus ROG RAIDR PCIexpress 240 Go SSD 2 : M.2 PNY CS2030 480 Go HDD : 3 x Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 To The loop : Water block CPU : Bykski CPU-XPR-A-V3 Water block RAM : 2 x Bykski Bykski B-RAM-X Water block GPU : Bykski N-GY98TIHOF-X Waterblock Southbridge & Mosfets : EK waterblock with homemade top Radiators 480mm : Hardware Labs Black Ice SR2 480 MP Radiators 360mm : Bykski B-RD360-TK 38 mm Radiators 120mm : Bykski B-RD120-TK 38 mm Temp meter : AquaComputer Flow meter : AquaComputer Highflow Bay : AquaComputer aquaero 6 XT Pump : 2 x Laing D5 Reservoirs : 1 x 250mm & 2 x Bitspower Water Tank Z 150 Fans : 9 x Corsair HD120 RGB + Commander Pro + RGB LED Lightning PRO The all in a Cooler Master Cosmos II case !
  16. I recently installed a masterfan MF120R A-RGB fan on a gigabyte b450 wifi pro motherboard. The fan is powered and spinning, but the RGB lights are not working. Could this be a compatibility issue, or is there a driver I might be missing? thanks
  17. 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
  18. I just bought the master-liquid ML240R and installed at according to the instructions. I got it to be controlled by the coolermaster software but it is not connecting to the aura sync software on my Asus B360-F. The aura sync software works perfectly so that's not the problem. When i open the coolermaster software i get the error Can't open AsIO.sys !! (5). If i close the error and let the software open it can still control it however it wont connect to Aura sync.
  19. 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!
  20. i have a cooler master hyper 212 rgb cooler than came with one fan i want to buy a 2nd rgb fan for a pus pul config but cannot find any retailers that sell the fan i am canadian so any canadian sites would be preferred but anything help in general wil help i searched the cooler master store and there's nothing
  21. hello, I recentley bought the cooler master mf120 argb fans. The problem is that they don´t light up. I am using a Gigabyte Aorus Elite mainboard. The only thing i can think of that is wrong is the connection of the rgb cable on my motherboard Thanks for your help
  22. bbop

    NO RGB

    Hi all. I just installed brand new coolermaster masterliquid ml120L RGB single fan liquid cooling system. First off it seems wierd to me that the cooling head is only a three pin connector but my main issue is I have no RGB action at all. It didn't come with a controller it only came with a little stick thing with 3 buttons which I assume is a type of controller. ( Please see attachment ). I plug in RGB's to it then plug the MOLEX in and nothing. My CPU temps are staying low so I figure the thing is working. Can anyone help. Thank you
  23. My question is this: Will the CM RGB LED Controller work for me on my Z170? From what I can figure out (since nothing about this product is all that clear) is that it'll connect via a USB header and just simply work using software. Another issue I am having is that I can only seem to purchase from an international seller that operates out of Asia on Newegg. I live in America. I need to know if this is all I need to buy to get my CM RGB fans to be customizable on my Z170 platform that has no RGB headers. Because if not, then I'll have to go and buy a Z270 motherboard for a lot more money just to get control over the lighting.
  24. Hello everyone,I recently bought an MB530P case, having a Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3 motherboard I thought I could plug directly the RGB fans to it to control their colors thanks to RGB Fusion since they are compatible. But I can't connect the "Gigabyte" cable to my Gigabyte motherboard (I only have a 4-pin connector , "LED_C1" and a 5-pin connector "LED_C2"). Does this mean that my motherboard is actually NOT compatible with the case and that I have to buy a RGB Controller?? Or is there an other way? Update: OK, so after a lot of research I discovered that the Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3 IS NOT compatible with ARGB fans, only with RGB fans, so if you are in my case DO NOT CONNECT THE 3-PIN CONNECTOR TO LED_C1 DESPITE WHAT SOME PEOPLE SAY or you might end up like me with 3 half fried fans who only show a feeble tint of blue :/
  25. So i cant get my rgb controller to work. All my fans are getting power as they are rotating through the rbg colours but the software says connect device and in device manger It is saying Unknown USB device ( Device Descriptor Request Failed). have tried all the common fixes. Started with drivers uninstalled and reinstall(also uninstalled and reset to let windows update automatically). Double checked all the wiring was correct still same issue. Tried both headers and they are working(have my front 2.0 running off 1 and they are working fine in both slots). Tried the controller in my friends machine and it worked with no issues software could run and adjust the LED's. Tried re-installing the software on my machine with a folder wipe also but just get the same thing asking me to connect the device and in manager "Device Descriptor Request Failed" still. If its working in my friends machine it shouldnt be faulty ? Anyone got any idea's iam scratching my head about it.