This is a guide explaining the chassis buttons.
Power – This button turns the system on. If you hold the power button it will turn the system off
Inner Ring – Inner RGB ring
Color – This button cycles through the colors for the inner ring on the case fans
Mode – This button cycles through the inner ring fan effects
Outer Ring – Outer RGB ring
Color – This button cycles through the colors for the outer ring on the case fans
Mode – This button cycles through the outer ring fan effects
To sync both inner and outer rings, hold both mode buttons until the case fans flash (approximately 3 seconds). Once they are synced, use the inner ring mode and color buttons to cycle through the color or fan effects.
To sync both inner and outer rings to the motherboard, hold either of the mode buttons until the case fans flash. This will disable all buttons and allow the motherboard RGB software to change the color or fan effects.
To desync the fans, hold both mode buttons until the case fans flash. If the system is synced to the motherboard, you will need to desync twice. When the inner and outer rings are desynced, this allows you to individually change the inner and outer rings using their mode and color buttons.
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