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  1. I was unsure where to put this topic. So i just threw it here seemed appropriate. So i have purchased a view 31 case, and a riing premium watercooler 240 in which i do not know where to get the software to control my RGB. Can anyone link me a place to download the software for these? Thanks.
  2. POSEIDON Z RGB Owner's Club

    Who's here's excited for our new Poseidon Z RGB mechanical keyboard! It's coming out soon and features 16.8 million RGB colours through each individual keycap LED. In addition - models will be available with both a Tt Blue Switch and Tt Brown Switch, and are fully backed by our World First 5 Year Warranty on a mechanical keyboard. I know I'll be getting one! Which switch type with you be getting and why? For more information: http://www.ttesports.com/Keyboard/201/POSEIDON_Z_RGB_Brown_Switch_Edition_/productPage.htm?a=a&g=ftr#.V58MqPl96M8
  3. Hello everyone, I've just finished my latest project of fixing the old Thermaltake Riing RGB Fans, because I was quite unsatisfied with them out of the box, not remembering the color settings. So I have decided to create an software controlled solution for them using basic components, which were quite cheap. If you want to see how it looks, check out this Video, where I have started and stopped the controlling software, loading the settings from the config file: YouTube Video Note: I am not responsible for breaking any of your parts if you try to rebuild this neither for guranteeing its going to work. This is a quite uncomplete Guide at the Moment and will get expanded if there is an demand. To fix that I've got an GPIO Breakout by Adafruit for USB and attached the Riing RGB Controllers to it using the Extension Port using these JST Cables from Ebay. I was pretty quick at reverse engineering their protocol, which isn't more than applying voltage to trigger a button press, in the case the state LOW on the GPIOs. If you get the exact same cables, then the wiring is the following: White Wire - Mode Switch Red Wire - Start/Stop Switch Black Wire - Speed Switch Hooking them up to the GPIO Breakout is quite easy, but the C3 pin didnt work well for me on my 4th Controller, as it seemed to be LOW from the start. On the software side I have used the python libraries by Adafruit for making an simple wrapper for triggering the buttons by pin id. I have coded an NodeJS Service for controlling the Colors after that, which is quite basic at the moment and doesn't features an user interface yet. The settings are stored in a config file and loaded on boot and stored on shutdown/reboot. If you are interested in obtaining the software, feel free to drop me an PM and I will give you instructions on how to install it. spyfly
  4. 2 packs of RGB riing 12's

    So I installed my first set of 3 Riing 12's with a controller and connected the controller to be Motherboard. I recently bought a second set of 3 and wanted to know if I could just find a 4pin to molex adapter and connect the controller to my PSU instead of my motherboard? Since the fan speeds are controlled by the thermaltake controller I would think there wouldn't be anything that I am loosing by doing this? Thanks for the help!
  5. I bought the Tt Challenger Prime RGB Combo earlier this year, and besides some minor inconveniences I was actually pretty satisfied, but now my mouse can't use the RGB colors anymore? When I switch from static colors to RGB in order to set up a custom static color, it just deactivates the lights alltogether. I've already looked up the mouse controls in case I was doing it wrong, but it just plain turns off the lights when I press the keys to switch to RGB. What's wrong here?
  6. Basically the setup I have is 4 x 120mm riing fans and 2 controllers. Each controller has 2 riing fans plugged into it. The controllers are then plugged into 2 separate 4-pin chassis fan connectors on the motherboard (Asus Gene VIII). I boot up and set the fans to a specific colour via the controllers, but next time I boot ,the LED's don't turn on. I have to manually go and set them again. I have made sure all my connections are OK, tried a CMOS reset, updated the BIOS, uninstalled all of the bundled Asus software, yet it still won't behave as expected. So I'm not sure if its an issue with the MB, or my fan controllers?
  7. CHALLENGER Prime RGB Owners Club

    The CHALLENGER PRIME RGB Membrane Gaming Gear Combo – Packs a whole lot of features at a budget friendly price with enhanced colorbar concepts, our basic customizable backlighting has been evolved for extreme customization. It gives a spectrum of visual effects featuring multi colors and provided users the easiest way to tune and most importantly, it colors up your life! Brightness can further adjusted via the dial in the front center of the keyboard. As with the CHALLENGER series of keyboards, the CHALLENGER Prime also features onboard memory for setting the dedicate macro keys. In addition, there are multimedia keys, shortcut keys, repeat rate and poll rate adjustment keys! More info: http://bit.ly/1mB3o4j Buy Now: http://bit.ly/1S3if46
  8. Riing Plus Software

    The Riing Plus RGB Software, that is listed on the Fans page.. is downloading as a .RAR file Come onn TT !
  9. Hello! I am planning to buy the Posiedon Z rgb keyboard. It has everything I need, but I have one question. I'm a programmer and would love to be able to code my own lighting profiles, is that possible? I took a look at the .prof files and the binary is really difficult to decode. The software is very cool but I want to be able to do extremely advanced and interactive lighting profiles. If such a feature is available it would be the perfect keyboard. If anyone was able to find a way to edit the .prof files or maybe link the keyboard to visual studio please let me know -Ron
  10. Hi everyone, I have a challenger prime rgb keyboard and mosue combo, but the keyboard isnt working since 2 weeks ago, works fine on others computer but not on mine. Can anyone help with this issue? I cant even re-install the software because it doesnt recognise the keyboard is plugged in. Thanks
  11. This is the place for all our fans and friends with the POSEIDON Z RGB to share their customize lighting profiles! You can customize your special lighting profiles and share it here! You just have to save the profiles from the software and post the files here for everyone to download! We will also be sharing some of the lighting profiles we have customized! Let's start and share the amazing colors! HERE'S MY LIGHTING PROFILES: CLICK HERE! You can share yours at the comments below!
  12. Hi all, Just completed a new build and turned it on for the first time. I have the Thermaltake Floe Riing 360. It has 3 RGB fans. The waterblock and the 3 fans all light up. When I booted my computer on for the first time, the fans didn't spin. Should I be concerned? I am not sure if they only spin based on temp or that they should be spinning some on PC boot. If it helps, the other 3 case fans (2 are plugged into chas headers and 1 is plugged into CPU_OPT) are spinning
  13. Hello tt community, recently I tried to make a Macro for an Street Fighter like game, but unfortunatly, It didnt work. Please help.
  14. Help me please!

    Hello everyone, hope your day is going well, I just have problem with my build and I need help. This is my first time building a PC. The issue is i can not get the RGB function of the fans or CPU connector to work. The pictures below give you an idea of the issue. I have plugged in every cable to the correct ports and connections. Specs: Intel core i7 7700k ASUS ROG Maximus IX Formula Corsair LPX vengance RAM Thermaltake FLOE Riing RGB TT Premium Thank you in advance!!
  15. View 71 TG RGB E-ATX Woes

    EATX DRAMA!! So I was drawn in by the sweet pictures of this case and did a lot of research to see if this would be a good fit for my incoming EATX Rampage VI board After ripping everything out of my V51 case and fitting mobo into the View 71 I discovered that its not the best for EATX. I currently have the Rampge IV Black edition. The holes for running cables through to back of case are UNDER the edge of the extended board. I can't believe I missed this when researching. Usually I run the 24 pin through to the back to reduce cabling, but now I have to run all cables on mobo side of inner case. So annoyed. The Specs on the TT site state it is EATX compatible, but this is a fail. See attached pic
  16. Hi y'all, First of all, this is my first mechanical keyboard so I'm really excited that this one was on sale at MicroCenter and I was able to get the last one. I downloaded the most recent software for the Poseidon Z RGB from the ttesports website, and when I open it up it looks fine. Yet, when I make any change to a profile, like changing a color on static mode, and then hit apply, it shuts off the LEDs on my keyboard and basically makes every single key on my keyboard unusable, as if it was unplugged. I would have to unplug and plug my keyboard back into my PC in order for the LEDs to come back on and for me to be able to use the keyboard. I'm not sure whether it's an issue with the software or an issue with my keyboard, because if I leave my keyboard with the preset profiles on it, it will work fine. Any help would be great, thanks.
  17. I just love the look of the RGB Riing fans, they look simply great! Especially the newest "Plus" series! (although i'm abit mad that they released those shortly after the premium series. And me #### bought a pack of the premium ones back in november D:...) However, as cool as they are, i have a big issues with their RGB control policy. I would LOVE to be able to control Riing fans, RGB LED fittings, RGB lit hardware and various other RGB lights through ONE software or controller. Why must it be SO hard?! I really wish for RGB control standarts and cross compability! I hate to rely on 4 different softwares and even hardware controlls to light up all the RGB... not even mentioning the synching of the lights.... nightmares! For example i want to control the Riing fans (premium) with AURA software from ASUS, because i got the 1080 ti Poseidon which has a BRG+ header. I know certainly that i can't just plug in a makeshift splitter from the header to the fans, because the header (and the entire AURA software) works with the simple analog RGB signals while the Riing premium work with digital control (data in and data out). The thing about Aura is tho, i can hook up any simple LED stripe or light to it without many ristrictions (exceppt that it's 12V) while with the Tt RGB stuff i can't even make the fittings and the Riing fans work together in synch, which is just sad and frustrating. Also alot of manufacturers joined this Aura movement, sadly none of which who makes Riing like 140mm LED fans or RGB fittings I don't know if there is a converter that turns RGB signals into whatever the Riing fans or digital RGB LEDs need to turn on the proper lights... maybe there is? I just don't know what to look for. I've stumbled across a "DMX Module" that seems to convert data+ and data- into RGBW signal, but from what i understand it's for music purposes? And it's also the other way around as i need it. However, since the Riing fans are controlled digitally, can't Tt make a controller that has a BRG+ input that accepts RGB signal from eg. Aura and convert it into it's own signal for the fans to light up in the desired colors without using the riing software (could also implement a 4-pin PWM input for fan controlls via mainboard)? Would it be so hard or what's the deal with all this proprietary controlls that work half the time and cause more frustration than joy for every RGB enthusiast? And i know it's not just Tt, there's also Corsair (Link), NZXT (Hue+) and some other that don't want to share compability. I get that digitally controlled RGB is much fancier than analog RGB, i agree with that, but even the prettiest RGB effects look bad if they're out of sync with the rest of the RGB stuff. Please Thermaltake, release a controller that makes your RGB Riing plus fans compatible with Asus Aura (by adding a BRG+ and a 4-pin PWM input to the controller)... PLEASE, I BEG YOU.
  18. View 28 Riing fan too loud

    I just installed a system in the View 28 Riing edition and it's absolutely stunning. The only downside is that the Riing fan on the back is too loud. I hooked it up to the controller on the back that syncs the front RGB to the fan RGB. The fan has a 5-pin so I can't connect it to a motherboard header while having my LED's set to my choice. Is there a way to make the fan spin slower?
  19. Riing 120 RGB fan control

    The View 28 RGB Riing edition came with one Riing RGB fan and a controller at the back that runs at constant 12V through molex, but is there a way to run the fan at a lower rpm and keeping the RGB? I saw some packs came with a controller but I can't find any seperate controllers to buy. I'm trying to just lower the rpm as the fan is just a bit too loud. I can't attach them to PWM headers on the motherboard as the fan uses a 5-pin instead of a 3 or 4-pin.
  20. I have been looking at the Thermaltake Floe Riing RGB 280, but at http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model_Specification.aspx?id=C_00003121 it says the radiator dimension is 280 x 120 x 27 mm. That sound a little weird, shouldn't it be 280 x 140 x 27 mm?? Read somewhere it got 14 mm fans, so is it an error or ??
  21. Good Time of the day everyone! I would like to share my own experience of connecting Riing RGB fans together in 1 controller. This guide will divide in two parts: One of them is how to connect 4 fans in 1 controller, using only your hands and pin extractor (or any thin tools like needle). Second part will be about connecting up to 6 fans using same tools as in first case plus 4-pin Molex cable and electric tape (or shrinking tube or soldering iron + tape). A little Preface: Why I decided to divide in two parts? The answer is very simple. MB in most cases provides 12V @1Amp. Usually it will run up to 3 fans at max speed without any drawback (loosing RPM). However in some cases you can connect 4-th and you won't notice any difference. Firstly, (too obvious) power off your PC. (Don't forget that you are doing at your own risk, this is not official Thermaltake guide) We need tool to extract pins from the head. You can use basically anything thin enough to fit a little hole on top of the head. I used this tool: The idea is very simple, we need to extract pins from one head and insert them into another head, so there will be two fans goes into 1 4-pin head. There is enough room to fit 2 wires in 1 head slot. See little holes? Press on them and pull wires. Very simple. Do you see that there is enough space in the socket? We need to insert each extracted wire into proper slot. It would go snug and fit secure. At the end we will get this: Done! Just plug it back to controller and you are good to go! Video to demonstrate: https://youtu.be/jn-x7rH3Pwg Second part! Connecting up to 6 fans. We have to follow same process as before, BUT the big difference is that we need 4-pin molex cable. How it works: 4-pin PWM MB port has 4 pins (oh man, thanks Cap. Obvious!) You can see pinout below: We will utilize power from Molex cable (it's peripheral cable goes directly in PSU) and PWM signal from Motherboard. From the power cable, which goes with fans, you need to extract only two pins +12V and GND .Other 2 leave in the head. Extracted pins you need to connect to molex +12V and GND correspondingly. Here is pinout: Just in case: MOLEX has 2 grounds and it doesn't matter which to connect. What we'll get at the end: Just plug PWM to 4-pin MB fan port and Molex ... to molex, lol. No video yet, but it works If you'll have questions, don't hesitate to ask. Maybe I just forgot to mention something... Cheers!
  22. Hi Community! I've recently bought the ThermalTake Poseidon Z RGB (Cherry Brown) and I had installed the software and set it up perfectly on my Windows 8 Pro machine. I had tested all lighting functions within the Effect Control section of the software (Fully Lighted, Reactive, Arrow Flow, Wave and Ripple) which worked beautifully. Although from what it seems now, after updating to Windows 10, the lighting on the keyboard is either non-existent or seems like it's got a mind of its own. >> Here's a quick summary of issues: - There are no longer any proper full colours displaying (Red, Blue, Green, Yellow etc) - it's all very light colours depending on the effect control set - The programming behind setting a Effect Control function seems to apply, but the lighting is complete screwed. Eg: Certain areas of the keyboard light up, some appear randomly and are also inconsistent. Like stated above, a mind of its own - The key that disables the Windows key (Button above the keypad - 2 arrows) makes the keyboard light up crazily. The light display outcome is always different. When pressed, a lot of times the light will display around the keypad area - I had to plug and unplug my keyboard multiple times for it to even detect on the pc - The second time I had updated the firmware to 36 from 30, the lights aren't even displaying at all when changing Effect Controls. I've manually reset it a few times, still to no avail. >> Further Testing: - After testing thoroughly for another 30 minutes, I've managed to somehow not display any colours at all on the keyboard no matter what Effect Control function I select. Resetting it brings the keyboard back to Red, but after choosing an effect, all colours disappear. Also refer to my 'Settings' attachments to see how it looks like. >> What's been done that didn't resolve the issue: - Re-installing the software several times, updating firmware etc - Fn+Esc hardly works, I have to manually click the Refresh button within the software to no avail - Removing the keyboard device and trying different USB ports I have a 40 second clip which shows the incorrect colours but is too big to attach. If you require it, please let me know the best way I can display it accordingly. Thanks. - Wilfred.
  23. Hi, I just installed my new Thermaltake Water 3.0 Riing RGB 360. I'm using the controller to find the colour I like, it's displaying every separate LED colour, but it's not showing any showing RBG/256 colour mode where it cycles through all the colours at once for the rainbow effect?? All the pins that it came with are all plugged directly into my motherboard if that helps at all. Please help Thank you in advance
  24. Smart Pro RGB Bronze Owners Club

    Greeting to all Smart Pro RGB owners: Welcome to the Smart Pro RGB Bronze Owners Club. Once again you have made the right decision...and we thank you for that. Smart Pro RGB Bronze series is our first fully modular bronze power supply alone with the best features and most affordable price ever. Welcome to share your builts and ask questions here, we are looking forward to see all amazing works around the world.
  25. I'm planning to build a gaming PC with fully synced RGB lighting and I'm capable of assembling a custom fan controller which I'll use to control TT Riing fans' color programmatically. The only question is, what will I violate (if I do) by doing so? I mean, is the protocol actually proprietary and I'm not allowed to reverse engineer it and build custom controllers, or is it simply 'not-open-source'?
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