finally I can control each LED on my RAM individually
so I did the obvious thing
ah fuck I messed up the order of the colors
@kat you have to deactivate/uninstall your existing RGB control software and it's a bit finnicky, definitely peruse the Wiki
@kat also you can control MSI boards if you reactivate the Mystic Light code, it might softbrick your Mystic Light controller though and you'd need a usb programmer thingy to unbrick it
@noiob huh, I have this exact same fan. (I assume. It's one where, the LED of the fan part is controlled by the motherboard, but the ring around it is not and just cycles random colors. Kind of throws off the synergy but I don't really care that it's a chaotic light show in there.)
@noiob huh. I am actually going to be installing a new hard drive today so while I'm at it I will take a look? I don't remember seeing it having that. Maybe I need an extra USB cord. But I'll look for a port.
@The_T If you're actually talking about the AMD Wraith Prism cooler, it comes with two cables in the box, one for an ARGB mobo header and one for USB 2.0
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