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Old 07-26-2019, 08:53 PM
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Default LL120 Fan not being detected in iCue software or any RGB software

So i just purchased the LL120 Fan for my computer and when I turned on my PC, the fan became 7/8 red and 1/8 blue. I expected a solid color but figured things would be fixed up once I adjusted the colors on the MSI Mystic Light program (because I was able to change my colors for my Corsair RAM sticks and Cooler Master fans through this program). I bring up Mystic Light and this 4th fan is not being detected. So, I go ahead and download iCue. I bring it up and it's only detecting the RAM. So now, I'm at a loss as to what I should do.
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Hi buddy.... If you have the RGB Fan LED Hub connected to a 'Corsair' RGB header on your motherboard then iCUE wont see the fans... the RGB Fan LED Hub would need to be connected to a Commander Pro or a Lighting Node Pro.....


sorry i cant help when it comes to MSI's software/hardware.. not had chance to play with that brands RGB ecosystem

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Old 07-27-2019, 11:37 AM
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Well that's butts. Thanks man!
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