Can RGB fans be controlled by software?
An RGB controller is a small tool this is used to govern the RGB lighting modes of your gadgets (RGB Fans, RGB LED Strips, etc). This is possible through either software in Windows or through remote control.
What programs control RGB?
SignalRGB is a free program which allows you to control all of your RGB devices in one application. Experience synchronized lighting effects across your devices from all major brands.
Where are RGB fans controlled?
RGB fan controllers are usually powered by a Molex cable from the power supply. The number of controlled fans varies, but 4 – 6 fans is common. The RGB controller controls the fans and lights. Alternatively many RGB lights and fans can be controlled by the RGB header on the motherboard.
How do I control my RGB?
To do this, remove the rear side panel from your chassis and locate the RGB/Fan controller. On the top side of the controller there is a switch, flip it (On the TURBO this controller is in the rear near the power extension cable). RGB in the system should now respond to the remote.
How do you control RGB fan lights?
To enable or disable a component, you can click the green or red icon next to the fan's name. You can change the fan speed by selecting Performance, Silent or PWM modes or by dragging the tab left and right on the sliders. On the left, you can change the LED light effect, color mode as well as the speed of the effect.