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  1. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    I pm'd you the debug version of the service.
  2. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    Thats interesting, Ill test that. Thats even more interesting. If you click on the fan, does it update the speed and rpm in the stats section correctly? Or does it sometimes show all 0 values? I assume you are not running the official software at the same time? Make sure it does not autostart with windows. Also, are you running any hardware monitoring software like aida? I know that new aida added support for riing fans, but it screws with my app and I assume with official one too. Try, v1.4 there was a bug in detecting empty ports, which could explain long startup and missing fans. If this will not work Ill send you a debug version with more logging and will see.
  3. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    What do you mean it does not start? Like in services.msc it says that the service is not running? The colors change right when the system boots but the fans respond to the curve after 60seconds? So the service starts after those 60seconds right? Anyway, it was just to test if it will still block your other software from working, did it help with that? I think 60C, which is even more retarded because of the temperature spike when cpu boosts for 1-2seconds, which causes tt software to read a temperature which is not really accurate, so the fan speed waves constantly. This is the main reason I made my software. I use rolling average of the temperature over 2.5s (update rate of fan speed) and additionally you can set maximum/minimum change in fan speed to smooth it even more. The only times that this is not beneficial if you run a cpu test or launch game that is cpu intensive on load, because it will get to above 90C before the fans can slowly spin up. Thats why there is the critical temperature config to just force them to 100%. But that rarely happens for me, and you could just change the fan update rate to make it more responsive.
  4. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    Hmm ok, the only thing I can think of is that the api I use for usb stuff is somehow blocking all other usb devices. Ill try to read on this. In the meantime please try setting the service as "delayed start", it will delay the service for 120 seconds but we will see if this is the problem. The process you see in task manager IS the service, it does not create any other processes.
  5. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    What do you mean? The service takes long time to start or to shutdown? I dont see why it would block other software. If you want you can try setting startup type of the service to delayed start in "services.msc". For me it starts before login ui shows up, and shutdowns just after logging out. Is your wifi card connected via usb? It is possible. Create a new profile and set its type to "Boot", then when you click save, that profile will be saved to the controller. Note that it only saves manual speed, so you cant save pwm curve to the controller, the service needs to be running for that. Those will be the default settings the controller will be running with when booting the pc while the service is not running. I guess you can just create one boot profile, save, and then disable the service if you want. You can "control + left click" or "shift + left click" to select multiple fans to be included in the profile, or you can just make profiles per fan. Dont forget to save each time you make changes. Nope. Honestly surprised they did not delete the thread I should get around to putting this on github for easier management, maybe after that v2 rewrite.
  6. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    Hi, cool idea but unfortunately because of how the app is written it would require a big rewrite. Currently everything is applied "manually" when you click the save button, scanning for running processes is a "real time" thing. But I'll keep that in mind, maybe I'll figure a better way. If the new TT app will still be bad I will rewrite my app and add a lot of features.
  7. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    PM'd debug version of the service for testing. As for riing trio then they are not tested. For sure you will not get full rgb support as I have a limit of 12 leds right now in the app. I can easily add a slider or something to select number of leds. But you could test if one of the zones will respond. I assume trio fan is treated as if it has 30leds and there are no special commands in the controller.
  8. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    Can you look for more events around the same time? There should be one with a full stacktrace of the exception. Then I will be able to tell you why it wont work and maybe fix it.
  9. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    The effects that are available are those that are supported in the controller. Any other mode you see in official software is done in the software and not in the controller, and it will use more cpu power. I am thinking about adding custom/software effects, that would enable you to do anything you want with the fans. But I dont know if its worth the effort yet.
  10. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    You can select multiple leds by holding shift/ctrl like you would select multiple files in explorer. This will apply the color to all the selected leds when updated. You can also select multiple fans the same way to include multiple fans in a profile. Unless you meant copy profile function? I think it should work fine if its connected to the controller and not via usb. I did not see anything in the official software that would indicate different functions for different devices (pumps, fans etc). Does my software detect the pump as a connected fan? If it does you could check the rpm and speed stats, if they are correct I think there will be no problems. Also, on first install of the official software, did it automatically detect a pump on a port or did you have to select it from the device selection dropdown? If it did not detect it, that would mean that there is no difference between devices other than led count. When I was writing the software I thought it would only support riing plus fans, but now it seems it should support every tt rgb plus device. Thats why it defaults to 12 led colors and does not detect that your pump has only 6, but its not a problem if you send more data to the controller. But yeah, you would want to test the app more to use it with a pump, and definitely use pwm profile. Apparently they are rewriting the software from scratch. Could be interesting. edit: v1.3 allows you to install as LocalService account
  11. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    Oh, yeah windows does not like passwordless accounts. Its a problem in many places. Glad you have it working tho. edit: Dont know if there is a way to make it work without a password, I guess it could run as localsystem account. Ill check.
  12. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    @DeNIk You enter your windows credentials in the dialog when you are installing. It is the user you want the service to run as. So you would enter ".\DeNIk" as user and your windows password. This dialog pops up from windows and not from my app so you dont have to worry. Also that event log does not help. There should be a few of them there at the same time, and one of them should have a stacktrace from an exception that occurred while the service was loading. That one would be most helpful.
  13. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    @kewlmunky Try v1.2, it should properly hide unused ports. edit: I think they are just setting each led manually from software instead of using the in controller built in flow mode. I was planning on adding custom mode support but it would be a big change in project structure. Because of the split design the service would need to send all info about custom modes to the gui, the configuration forms would be the worst. But you would be able to write mode "plugins" in c#, which would allow you to make anything you want. Like color based on cpu/gpu temp, time of day, sound or maybe flash the fans when you get discord notification.
  14. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    Ill use the top comment to post the app and as a changelog. v1.1 should fix all of your problems. I've also added per profile temperature selection, so you can have one profile that uses your gpu temperature and another profile that uses cpu temperature. You should be able to just drag and drop over the last version.
  15. Teszty66

    Alternative to TT RGB software

    You can add new points by double clicking anywhere on grid, and remove them by double clicking on the point. edit: Also you can double click on the led color to load it to the color selectors. Hmm, I dont think I can do anything about that. The software does not control the modes, it just sends some bytes to the controller telling it to enable specific mode. I bet this is a problem in the official TT software too. If there is no build in sync between controllers even a slight difference in controller's on board clock will eventually cause the effects to be out of sync. Ill look into that. Thats not good, I actually never tested an open port as I have all 5 used. I figured pooling data for an open port will error out, that would cause it not being visible in software. But maybe instead it returns some specific data without error. Ill try to fix this. Thanks for info.
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