Hey MC Community!
Has anyone figured out the easiest way to turn off the RGB lights in a PowerSpec from the case without using Software?
Misread your post. Can't turn it off from the case, unless the software is set to off, in which chase MB sync would be off. Run the included software, turn it off in software, then when pressing the "M" button there will be an off cycle.
Thanks! We had a customer who was curious. One of our Supervisors were saying that certain of the Powerspec computers used a case that could do it with some keyboard commands.
Nothing like that on the 205, 205 Mesh. Depend on the board it'll use the manufacturers software.
ASUS - AURA
MSI - Mystic Light, new models have a customized version of MSI Center that were transitioning everything into.
ASRock - ASRock RGB Utility/Polychrome
The switches on the Lian Li 205/Mesh connects to a controller on the back of the system. The controller is connected to an RGB header on the board. No USB, there's no software associated with that controller. Pressing "M" will toggle through patterns, one of which is motherboard sync. That's just going to match what the software is set to. So if you change the mode it's going to switch the controller off motherboard sync. Your case fans aren't going to match the board RGB if present.
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