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Old 04-13-2019, 04:51 AM
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Default SP120 RGB's Brightness in 460X case

Hi there
Just bought the very nice 460X case
The SP120 RGB's look great, I like them static .. but they're just a little too bright
One question, is there any way of dimming the SP120's down a bit
I was thinking of getting 3 more if I could dim them down a bit
2 for top & 1 x back, but inside would get even brighter
I've looked long & hard here and googled to no avail
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As per Zotty's diagram but with SP120 RGB's instead of LL's
Would the commander pro be able to dim the light show
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Would the commander pro be able to dim the light show
Hi buddy... do you mean turn the brightness down?... yes you can do that


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Hi Zotty
Thanks for the reply
Yes, I want to dim the SP120's between 70% down to 20% brightness ..
Would the lighting node pro do the same thing for less cost & bulk? leaving fan speed for motherboard
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Hi Zotty
Thanks for the reply
Yes, I want to dim the SP120's between 70% down to 20% brightness ..
Would the lighting node pro do the same thing for less cost & bulk? leaving fan speed for motherboard
yes both devices allow you to control brightness.. either in settings for both channels combined or with in the lighting profiles for that profiles brightness....
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Thanks for all the information, it was very helpful
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