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  1. Forget what i said Thermal-take just updated to a version 1.0.5 which broke my fix now none of it works again. Is there a way to prevent the software from auto updating? so I can get back halfway working again.
  2. Yeah, I was able to but it is crashing my CAM software on my Kraken X62 and my ASUS AURA Software and the actual LEDs on my TridentZ RGB are affect by this. I have not heard anything about a hotfix, no one from Thermal-take respondes to my inquiries and the posts here on the forum. The Steps I used are listed above it evolves installing software for the non-plus version with the plus version. which has a critical incompatibility with the corsair Link software. One thing that I have noticed is that one solution that works for some may not work for others. So keep looking on hear i
  3. The RGB fans offered by Thermal-take have propitiatory connectors . You would need to rewire the motor leads to the controller for the fan and I believe the LEDs share the DC Common. I would not suggest this as it could cause problems and will most likely void the warrant. Not to mention that the Thermal-take Plus software is really bad right now and showing no signs of improvement. Most people cannot even get it to run and when it does it adversely affects other system components and creates instability. I would suggest the NZXT AER fans if you are looking to control from a separ
  4. I was going to, However the Plus Premium Edition software does not have the HID.exe file installed it has a a hidap.dll file instead of a .exe . The premium edition without the plus does have this file but that version does not control the plus premium fans. It will not even recognize the fans. installing the plus premium software on top of this got my the software to at least run and provide control but was unstable. I am thinking about making the change this weekend to the premium version that is still installed maybe i can get something. I just need to get away from it for a few days t
  5. Well, After a week of trying to get the software for these to run, I discovered that it crashes the CAM software from NZXT repeatedly. I cannot get the two running at the same time for more than 5-10 seconds. The TT software not only has compatibility issues with everything from hardware to software, including the operating system it is also unstable. The TT software corrupts the settings on my ASUS AURA hardware. Once the TT software is running I have to go back to the AURA software to reset the LED functions every time that the TT software is accessed or restarted. It has even cr
  6. Since ASESTEK makes both the Coarsair and NZXT AIO coolers and we know that the their is a conflict between corsair link and Thermaltake software. Would that mean that there is also a conflict with the NZXT CAM software, too? Also, When you said it would break temperature monitoring when you making your changes to the hid file. Does it break it for monitoring software or just in the Thermaltake software?
  7. OK! I have it Running! I thin that there is a file missing from the install. 1. Remove the program and restart the computer. 2. Install version 2.1.4 of the non-plus version of the software. It runs but cannot control the plus version. It installs what is needed to make the plus version work. 3. Leave this version on the system but you do not have to run it. 4. Install the plus version 1.02 5. After completing the install, run it if you did not tell to run upon exiting the installer. If not set to start with windows you must manually start it. If it is set to start with wind
  8. There are two versions of the Riing RGB that are controlled via software. Each version has its own software. The original Premium version, which supports only 256 colors only three fans and the fans have a 5 pin connector, uses software version 2.1.0. This software only supports 3 fans per controller. The Newer Plus Premium version, which supports 16.8 million colors and up to 5 fans with 9-pin connectors. It uses a version 1.02 software, which should give control of all 5 fans on one controller. Currently people are having issues with the new Plus version of the software. Th
  9. I am trying to determine if there is a compatibility issue with the riing plus premium software and certain components or software. I have tried all the solution that i can find that apply to my system. And, have yet to get the software to run correctly. I am beginning to think it is not compatible with either the X370 chip-set or RYZEN itself. Does anybody have the Riing Plus Premium Edition fans and software working correctly. If so, can you post on what processor, chip-set, board, bios, OS version, components and other software, etc.? And, what special steps that you took
  10. No change with the different controller. However, It could still be the controller as the 120mm set i just received that was suppose to be new was apparently a returned one as the box seals had been cut. Yes leaving the tt software in the task bar does crash my system. I also noticed that of the videos online where the software is running they are on Intel processors and not AMD. I wander if this is due to the temperature reporting software not reading the correct location for the RYZEN processors. Several of the monitoring software out have not been updated for RYZEN yet. Ha
  11. I disconnect the riing controller when I am not trying to get it to work, I do not know if this will crash my system yet. My 120mm Riing Plus Premium fans were delivered today So when I get home from work I will try swapping the controller and see if the one that came with the 140mm fans was bad or not. I will also try to see if this crashes my system as well. If the crash you are referring to is not a a BSOD crash. And does Weird things like restarting directly into BIOS or changing the system time in BIOS and causing the TIME ZONE setting in WINDOWS 10 to revert to pacific time whe
  12. I am need of assistance with my new Riing Plus TT Premium Edition fans, controllers, and software. I have purchased both the 140mm and 120mm three fans packs that included the controllers. And, I am planning to pimp out my old Chaser MK-1 case. This system contains the following: RYZEN 1800X ASUS CrossHair VI Hero Motherboard ( newest BIOS version 1002) OCZ/Toshiba RD400 NVMe Drive ASUS STRIX RX480 8GB Overclocked edition NZXT Kraken X62 (which will receive 2 of the 140mm Riing Fans G.Skill TridentZ RGB 3200Mhz C16 DDR4 OCZ ZX 1000W 80+ Gold power supply I have the system s
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