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  1. @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.
  2. @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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. Nice! The reason why it does not detect your temp is because openhardwarelib does not support ryzen. There is an issue on github but its not merged, ill try to merge it and recompile. The fans default to 100% when the temperature sensor is not found, I guess you should still be able to set fan speed manually. Ill change that too.
  6. Can you check if the service is running in services.msc? If not try to start it manually, and if it will fail to start please send me event log. Event log should be in: Event Viewer -> Custom Views -> Administrative Events If its running, you can try to disable firewall for a second. Yes, you can set either a constant speed from 0 to 100% or setup a custom pwm curve. This is per profile but you can assign just one fan to each profile and it will allow you to control each fan separately. It should also work with multiple controllers but I did not test it since I only have one.
  7. Hmm, that should not happen. You can try to enter the account name in this format: ".\account" or "PCNAME\account". So for ex. ".\teszty" or "TESZTY-PC\teszty" You could create the service manually with cmd. Make sure you run cmd as administrator first, then: sc create RiingPlusService start=auto binpath="<path to service>" displayname="Riing Plus Service" It will create the service to run as LocalSystem, you can change the user in the services management. If leave it to run as LocalSystem then you need to check the "Allow service to interact with desktop" checkbox.
  8. Did you try it? Im curious if it works for you.
  9. I have not done much since last post so I guess Ill just post it. Maybe it will work for someone, I have had 0 problems with it so far. Dont know how long it will stay here as it will be probably deleted by TT. Make sure you are not running my program and the official one. They will both stop to work. To install you run "RiingPlus.Service.exe", it will ask you for administrator rights (needed for temperature reading), and follow the prompts. The service will install for the current user and will be set to autostart, but you can change that in windows service manager. To uninstall run it again. Then you run "RiingPlus.Gui.exe" to control the service. If you see a "waiting for service" dialog, the service probably failed to start. You can check why in windows event log. By default your current settings will be left untouched, you have to create a new profile, select fans that will be in that profile and click save. Each fan can only be in one profile of each type. The types are: Normal Boot - when saved will apply fan speed/rgb settings at pc boot, after saving will revert to Normal profile for each fan if present Shutdown - will be applied when service/pc is shutting down There are no error prompts and the app will just revert to correct/previous settings when saving if something is configured incorrectly. By default the temperature update is every 250ms, and fan speed update is every 2500ms. This can be changed in "config.json", not available in gui yet. Ofc I give you no warranty that it will work, or that your pc wont catch on fire. I tested only with one controller with riing plus fans but it *should* work with multiple controllers and fans. If something wont work, ill try to update but dont expect 24/7 support. edit: If you cant download the attachement, try this: <old version>
  10. This is what I have so far: https://i.imgur.com/byIOMpA.png Looks slightly like "programmer art" but it works well. Some more important features: * Split design (service + gui). Small service runs in background and controls the fans so you dont have to have the gui running 24/7 in the tray. Theoretically this allows you to remote control the fans from another pc. * Supports pwm curves per profile * Different profiles for boot/shutdown/normal use * Should support most/all controllers and possibly fans
  11. Just read about sync controller and it seems awesome. So you can also use 3 pwm signals from mb to control 3 groups of fans differently? Honestly this controller should be included with riing plus fans instead. Im quite far into the development of my own software, thanks for pointing that out tho.
  12. New version on github Any issues with new version should be posted on github This version is deprecated and will not be updated, left for archival purposes. ------------------------------------------------------------------------- How it looks. Make sure you are not running this program and the official one. They will both stop to work. To install you run "RiingPlus.Service.exe", it will ask you for administrator rights (needed for temperature reading), and then follow the prompts. If installing as custom user enter username as ".\<username>" and your windows password. To uninstall run it again. Then you run "RiingPlus.Gui.exe" to control the service. If you see a "waiting for service" dialog, the service probably failed to start. You can check why in windows event log. By default your current settings will be left untouched, you have to create a new profile, select fans that will be in that profile and click save. Each fan can only be in one profile of each type. The types are: Normal Boot - when saved will apply fan speed/rgb settings at pc boot, after saving will revert to Normal profile for each fan if present Shutdown - will be applied when service/pc is shutting down There are no error prompts and the app will just revert to correct/previous settings when saving if something is configured incorrectly. By default the temperature update is every 250ms, and fan speed update is every 2500ms. This can be changed in "config.json", not available in gui yet. Ofc I give you no warranty that it will work, or that your pc wont catch on fire. You can read posts from people that have it working. If something wont work, ill try to update but dont expect 24/7 support. How to update (service): Stop "Riing Plus Controller" service via "services.msc" or "net stop" Drop new version on top of the old one replacing all files Start the service How to update (GUI): Stop gui if running Drop new version on top of the old one replacing all files Changelog: v1.7: Removed empty port detection as it causes too many issues v1.6: Fix race condition when trying to set the fan to 0% speed in PWM mode Fix fan list sorting v1.5: Add support for mixing many temperature sensors (min/max/avg) This change means you will need to set temperature sensors again for each profile and re-save them. Or you could, while the service is off, edit each line in config.json like this: "TemperatureSensorIdentifier": "<sensor>" to: "TemperatureSensorIdentifiers": ["<sensor>"] Correctly handle pc sleep/hibernate events Fix hanging tasks when service is shutting down Hide disabled config controls v1.4: Fix critical temperature not working Fix detection of empty ports v1.3: Allow installation as LocalService v1.2: Fix detection of unused ports Add "Off" speed mode v1.1: Add ability to set temperature sensor per profile Update openhardwarelib (support for newer intel/amd processors) Fix controller sorting Ignore critical temperature on manual speed mode RiingPlusController_v1.7.zip
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