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  1. Yeah, it sucks because these fans are decent... but the software, holy #### the software is bad. If I could get 120mm, 140mm, 200mm fans from another vendor, I would because this software is driving me nuts.
  2. I thankfully had it in one of my folders, send me a PM and we can figure out how to get it into your hands.
  3. Ok guys, I just updated my software to the latest 1.2.5 and it changed the link to TCTL on AMD Ryzen, which if you're unaware, that value has a +20c off-set. What this means is, every time my CPU does ANYTHING, the software thinks the temps bounce to 60c and the fans go crazy. Can we please get this fixed? I've downgraded to 1.2.2 until this is resolved. I Watercooled so I wouldn't hear blasting fans all day.
  4. Technically, these issues were happening BEFORE the update too. I'll give it a shot though and see if it works.
  5. No, one of the profiles is in the default position, while the other is in the 1 position as per the instructions.
  6. First, let me just start by saying that these are really solid fans. I like how they only have one single cable, not two coming off of them like a lot of other brands have on their RGB fans. That said, I have a few suggestions I'd like to make. Here's my system for reference: Ryzen 1800x 16 x 2 G.Skill RIPJAWS (3200 14CAS) ASRock x370 Taichi MOBO (BIOS v4.4) EVGA 1080Ti K|NGP|N Hydro Copper Corsair HX1000 PSU 3 x 120mm Riing Plus, 3 x 140mm Riing Plus, 2 x 200mm Riing Plus TT RGB Plus software version 1.2 Windows 10 Professional (64bit) Two controllers, first controller is setup with Rear exhaust in position 1, top rad fans in position 2, 3, front intake fans set to 4 and 5. Bottom radiator fans are on the second controller in positions 1 - 3. Controllers are setup appropriately with the second set to position 1, colors chain and allow customization across all 8 with no problems. The biggest issue I have is the fan speed controls. if I set the rear exhaust fan to silent mode and disable PWM then switch to controller 2 and set position 1 to performance, the software crashes. Sometimes, the software overrights. So if I set the bottom 1-3 to performance, switch to first controller and set rear exhaust to silent, if I go back to the second controller, the fan in position 1 is running at silent instead of performance. It's like I have to go back and for several times before I can get them to accept the changes. Also, what's with the round robin user interface? I'd prefer to have all 5 of my fans per controller available from the windows UI without having to click through them to get from the front to the back. Finally, before I forget... it would be wonderful if we could define what temperature reading causes the fans to ramp up in PWM mode, it would be even better if we could define our own custom fan curves! Thanks for reading, these really are great fans, I just want to get the most out of them.
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