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So I recently installed a new motherboard into my PC. I upgraded from an MSI X370 SLI Plus to an MSI X570 Gaming Edge Wifi motherboard. I have the CPU cooler attached with the provided RGB controller and going to the JRAINBOW1 pin header for the aRGB on the motherboard. On my old motherboard, the LEDs at least lit up, but they just flashed this white-blue color. On this new motherboard, they don't light up at all. I've tried connecting the aRGB cable directly to the motherboard, I've also disconnected it from the motherboard altogether, and neither way am I able to get the LEDs to light up again. The controller is showing it's getting power with it's blue indicator light, but it's not actually controlling anything. I've rebooted and reseated the cables and computer multiple times to no avail. The motherboard doesn't even seem to seem to register that the cooler is even connected. I'm at a loss for what else to look at and would appreciate any constructive ideas.
Hi, I'm setting up a PC using a MasterBox MB530P case, and I've done it so far by not connecting my ARGB fans to the motherboard and instead just using the included ARGB controller and plugging the SATA and molex power cables into my PSU. This gets my fans to spin in a consistent rainbow pattern at least. My motherboard is a Gigabyte X570 UD AMD which does have a 4 pin LED_C1 (RGB LED Strip Header) which the manual says can be used to connect a standard 5050 RGB LED Strip (12V/G/R/B) with maximum power rating of 2A (12V). The cable coming out of the 2 to 3 ARGB splitter included for the 3 fans though is a 3 pin. Would I be able to connect the 3 pin ARGB cable to the RGB LED Strip Header? I assume not because there would be no signal passed for fan speed, but I was just wondering in case they could be controlled. Thank you! Best, James
Hello there, Can anyone please help me choosing the right PSU for below mentioned build? x570, and Ryzen 7 3800x, super 2070 Windforce 8G, 32gb RAM i’ve been confused between fully modular verions of v750 gold, v750, mwe 750 gold. I might be wrong with all my choices but happy to know your opinions.. I also keep in mind to make it future proof, so that it can allow me upgrade the GPU in future. thanks for your time! Ish Gupta