11-26-2022 02:27 AM
11-26-2022 08:52 AM
11-26-2022 02:09 PM
The front panel ARGB in the Helios is the simple "gen 1" type, so doesn't talk back to the motherboard for AC to detect (that's "gen 2"). The motherboard just sends RGB patterns blindly. There's really nothing to it; just plug the front panel ARGB cable into an ARGB header, set the front panel to MB mode, then tell AC what pattern to output.
Do the front panel lights work ok when the front panel is not in MB mode?
Do you have another ARGB device (e.g. a fan) that you can use to test the motherboard ARGB header?
11-26-2022 03:06 PM
11-26-2022 05:02 PM
It shouldn't need much force to plug onto the header. Just make sure the blank pin on the connector and header is aligned. It should fully cover the height of the header pins when installed. It's typically not that tight a fit.
11-27-2022 04:23 AM