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How to achieve a certain look on ARGB fans?

CabanaBanana

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So I am trying to get my ARGB fans to stay on this look However the closest I can achieve is enabling "Rainbow" mode on ASRock RGB software but it cycles through all colors and only hits that ARGB color set for half a second before it cycles through the rest of the colors.


So I want to keep it static on that "Aqua-Purple-Bluish White" like in the picture above. Is there a way?
 

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Only way to achieve replicating a static image is if the chassis fans are software controllable on an individual RGB LED basis.

From what i quickly gathered form the product page, if I was guessing the right (MB311ARGB) chassis, it all connects to the motherboard. In essence, you will need pretty high end motherboard software to tell the fan to stay that way.

Possible, maybe, but I do not know how the ASRock RGB Sync software functions.
 

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i thought when you buy the case it comes with an ARGB Controller?
 

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If you want to lock it to static lighting, you need a software based controller that supports this.

Razer has one with generic ARGB headers - it's only weakness is it settles down to a simple hardware lighting pattern when synapse isnt running
Razer Chroma Addressable RGB Controller | PC

Most RGB/ARGB motherboard software is really bad TBH, i keep trying out different controllers to get the look i want.
 
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CoolerMaster had a custom setting in their software, but that was RGB not the addressable type.
I had a similar colour on my set up for a while.
 
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So I am trying to get my ARGB fans to stay on this look However the closest I can achieve is enabling "Rainbow" mode on ASRock RGB software but it cycles through all colors and only hits that ARGB color set for half a second before it cycles through the rest of the colors.


So I want to keep it static on that "Aqua-Purple-Bluish White" like in the picture above. Is there a way?
Have you tried using it in the BIOS?
 
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