Johnathan Belisle

Masterbox MB530P Front Panel Fans Not Turning On

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I have recently received a MasterBox MB530P case. I connected all of the front panel cables, including the USB, Audio, HDD LED and Power SW to the motherboard headers. I also connected the SATA cable into the PSU and the Molex cable into the Peripheral outlet on the PSU as well. When I click the Power Button - the motherboard powers on, the CPU fan spin, M.2 Storage lights up and the Graphics Card runs ... however, the 3 front panel ARGB fans do not spin or light up in any way. 

 

I have unplugged and plugged all of the cables that go into the ARGB splitter just to ensure everything was snug but nothing has worked so far to get the fans to start up. 

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lucasmahrk    0

I have the exact same problem. And you can't even connect the fans to the motherboard because they have a 4 pin plug with the 3rd one off for some reason.

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Specialitik    0

Hi, I'm in the same situation, the 3 front fans turn and display a steady blue color, but I can't control the color. In addition, the 3 fans don't all light at the the same intensity. Do you have any idea to help me ?

 

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Ian    0

Hi,

I have the same case...MB530P.

It's a beautiful case.

My situation is the same as Specialitik.

These fan seem to be operating properly however the fans just have a faint/low blue glow to the top and bottom.

So far service ticket hasn't got it worked out yet.

If anyone has an update, please advise.

Thanks

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Steve M    1

I have the same issue, we need to sue

I will report this Product and this Company to Amazon for Faulty equipment and for False Advertisement (MP530P is not compatible with Gigabyte motherboards)

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Wayed K    0

RGB and ARGB is different. the 4 pin is RGB and the 3 pin is ARGB. you'll need a controller for it OR connect it to your motherboard with internal USB but I haven't found out how that works yet so that's why I browse here now. let me know if you find the answer

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