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  • Lindsey Jacobo

    ive been looking for one too... I haven't found anything that allows us to change the colors.

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  • Guin

    Not sure which model you have but there is a small button on top near the power button that cycles through different color combinations.

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  • Phillip Mitchell

    Mine came without a remote too. Which really bums me out. As the review I had seen of the model I bought. From the same retailer as the one in the review. And it had one. Cyberpower PC reps please reply with steps to remedy our situation. Thanks

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  • Mark Elliott

    I too had recently bought a Cyberpower pc and no remote came with it,, the 5 fan lights and light strip just cycled through their regular program, 4 months later I noticed the colour was stuck on blue, after scratching my head for a week, searching the web and various site with no results I figured out the remote that came with my recently purchased under cabinet kitchen lights also worked with my cyberpower pc.. I bought the cabinet lights to work with my "Alexis" which they do, So i can only assume if the remote works with the pc, there mustr be a way for Alexis to control the PC lights as well,, I'll let you know when i figure it out, Until then you can either by some lights from "Illume" that come with a wifi remote or just send to cyberpower for the remote, the lights are obviously controllable

     

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  • Jeffrey Osborne

    So my PC didn't come with a controller either. For a while I struggled to find answers for this issue because I wanted to change the colors to this thing for THE LONGEST!!!!!! However, there's a program folder in your start menu called ASRock Utility. You can change colors there. You can even change the patterns and even turn them off! If there's trouble finding it in your start menu, search "rgb light" in your control panel. You'll be surprised of the stuff you'll find there.  

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  • Mark Elliott

    Well Jeff, I did not find any such program, you should have linked it, My motherboard is the ASUS Prime Z390-P, I got Zero results for ASROCK Utility, The search took me to a page that listed various BIOS and motherboard downloads but nothing that said "ASROCK , So i will say my post is the most relevant with simply getting a RGB remote

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  • Jeffrey Osborne

    This program already came with my computer apparently. It was in the start menu. Also, in my previous post I said to search "rgb". Maybe try "LED lights" or something relevant to the matter at hand because these computers have different models. Either way, I shared what worked for my gma6600wst model. Also I cant link my software to this website so I cant help you there I'm afraid. I would call tech support and give them your model and maybe that can help you Mark.

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  • Christopher Banner

    just got a GMA6600WST, honestly, perfomance wise i really like it, had it for 2 days now. but yeah i have no control over the rgb fan lights. they just run rainbow colored. i got GIGABYTE GeForce 2060 OC 6GB, i think i got a GIGABYTE B450M DS3H motherboard?, so there is no remote and i cant locate software to change lights. did customer service resolve this for anybody?

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  • Jason Isom

    https://www.gigabyte.com/MicroSite/512/rgb2.html that will work for gma6600wst. hope it help. i have this too and it work.

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  • Christopher Banner

    yeah i downloaded it, is this software good? ive read it is very problematic. and when i went to unistall rgb fusion it defaulted the rgb lights to a profile i didnt pick. is there a way to go back to factory settings?

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  • Mark Elliott

    This Program Does Not Work on my Cyberpower PC. it installs, But when I run it it does not give any controls like the video shows

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  • Christopher Banner

    i can change colors and what not but once i close the program the rgb's will stay static, also when i load my pc it uses a color profile that i dont have set. and from the things ive read rgb fusion is problematic. im on the verge of doing a factory install and just keep the stock rainbow profile. i have a gma6600wst with a gigabyte b450M ds3h board, and a gigabyte 2060 oc gpu, ryzen7 3700x. also i noticed it downloads som patriot viper M2 ssd software? which i have no idea why. im just worried i downloaded bad software which will cause problems in the future.

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  • Mark Elliott

    Been researching for about an hour now, went to main site, looked up my specific motherboard and found it, https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/Z390-AORUS-PRO-rev-10#kf   went to page where it shows that RGB Fusion is compatible, I hit the download link on that page and it says link no longer available, So there it is,,,

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  • Allen Cheshire

    Easy Fix* 3 ways to do it : 1st C:\Program Files\OEM\GamingCenter

    This program comes with the laptop and controls the lights. Also under 2nd Windows 10 start button

    all programs => gaming center

    3rd Run command line "C:\Program Files\OEM\GamingCenter\CallGM.exe" include quotes.

    Odd the people who don't want lights never check something called the gaming center /sarc 

    2 years looking for that

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  • Natalie Corn

    If you have a asus mobo did you try installing asus aura software? Since the cyberpower fans are linked on your mobo and your mobo is asus, asus aura should change your fans colors etc.

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  • nathan watts

    many companies doing stuff like this on purpose... really annoying

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  • Luis Arroyo

    If for whatever reason your PC came without a RGB software and you desire to change the configuration of your lights just download one of the following software(s). Might take a few minutes but luckily its not rocket science. 

    1. Armoury Create (Aura Sync) - This software allows software control of your Aura Sync enabled RGB devices (ASUS MOBO's, please see the website for motherboard compatibility)
    2. Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0 - this software allows you to control RGB and fan speed of various parts. (see compatibility list before downloading)
    3.  MSI Dragon Centre/Mystic Light - This Software allows you to control Mystic Light enabled devices though your motherboard (MSI Motherboards only)
    4. Corsair iCUE 4 - For Corsair products such as keyboards, mice and fans (Also compatible with Armoury Create). Control RGB, etc...

                                                                                  (sourced from CyberPowerPC Discord)

    - I hope some of you find this helpful and best of luck!

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  • Katie Janiak

    Similar to what Guin said above...this button rotates through the preset lighting patterns on my PC.

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  • Chris Carpenter

    There is a pretty good possibility that the RGB controller may not be connected to your motherboard. I found this was the case with my wife's CyberpowerPC.  We moved her pc over to a Corsair case and found that the RGB controller cable was disconnected in the CyberpowerPC case. It was bundled in the cables behind the case (back panel that hides your power supply and hard drives). Depending on your motherboard as well, it may not have an RGB controller pinout. Hope this helps if someone is still struggling with this...

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  • Garret Saunders

    Found a small remote in the back as well. My fans RGB went out so i thought it was worth a look

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  • OG PapaPickle

    where did you find it garret

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  • WeatherMatrix

    So, I had the reverse problem, after running the RGB Fusion software (which came preinstalled on my CP desktop) I couldn't figure out how to go BACK to the Rainbow setting.  I just stumbled upon it.

    You have to click on the motherboard icon (in my case B560 DS3H AC-Y1) and then click on "Digital LED" and choose "DIgital Wave" which is a color cycle ONLY available on that screen. Then hit Apply and close the software (if you go back to SYNC or the home screen, it will revert to the color cycle you had last set, because the video card doesn't support that color cycle, only the motherboard (fans) do). 

     

     

     

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  • Aurora aaron

    If you found them on a discord server, Id say get them from somewhere else. I have RGB lights that I bought for pride months from a friend on LGBT Discord and it broke after a while. Amazon might be a better place to buy RGB lights.

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