Just purchased a PowerSpec g439 and all is well except I can't turn off the rainbow RGB. The Windows10 unit came preinstalled with mystic light as a stand alone app and it showed all three RGB headers (if that's the right term) but when I select LED style to 'off' and click apply nothing happens. No error or confirmation and also I can't change it to any other pattern as well. I uninstalled ML and reinstalled via the MSI Center app (Mystic Light plugin) and after rebooting get the same behavior. It sees the 3 headers but I can't control them.
This is just an annoyance but any help anyone could offer would be appreciated.
I know the case fans aren't changing, but have you looked to see if the top fans and the AIO CPU block are changing?
Thanks. I had to crawl under the desk to see inside the case. You are right. The cooler master and radiator fans are responding. Unfortunately the most obnoxious lighting is the case fans. Any suggestions on how to change those.
Thanks again for the help.
The AIO and top fans are connected directly to the board. The case fans run through a controller on the back of the chassis. I would set the AIO to a steady or static color, then press the "M" button on the top of the case to toggle the pattern on the controller. Once they match, you're synced with the board and Mystic Light will function normally.
Booya! That did the trick. My easily annoyed eyeballs thank you.
Just wanted to throw out a thank you. Finding this discussion and trying the suggested solution worked perfectly for me (once I started hitting the "M" button instead of the "C" one)!
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