You need an Gaming MSI motherboard for that feature.
It dose, if you set it up right.
What model keyboard?
They do if you have the peripherals that are supported.
I disagree, MSI in my experience has been outstanding build quality.
Your regrets are your own. As for dozens of complaints. No one is happy 100% of the time all the time. Most "complaints" can be solved though.
Legion 5 Pro laptop,
Razer Viper Mouse
Msi GK50 Keyboard (it says mystic light supported on its site)
I am installing MSI center. I choose the third party RGB option. I reset the computer as instructed. But RAZER synapse doesn't see it at all.
If you need an MSI motherboard in it, it's ridiculous. I don't want to control RGB modules on the motherboard or an RGB assembly connected to the motherboard. I just want RAZER to see the SDKs of my mystical light-supported keyboard that I plug in via USB, work synchronously with my mouse, and use them with chroma studio.
Because the ambience feature of MSI center is a disgrace. There are 3 custom profiles and I cannot navigate between these profiles with the keyboard. I had a coloring set for a game yesterday. Profile 1 and profile 2 as separate. While the custom setting of profile 1 was selected on the keyboard, I said to apply the custom setting of profile 2 and because profile 1 was selected, profile 2 was written directly on the color of profile 1 on the keyboard. All settings are gone.
Apart from this, there is neither a gradient lighting selection, nor synchronous operation with music, nor seeing the change instantaneously without saying "apply". If I am going to color 20 keys, I have to select all of them one by one. After using Razer synapse, MSI center is very weak, extremely dysfunctional.
I'm also a software developer, and frankly, I'm thinking who made this software from the huge MSI company.
I think MSI center should be like a razer chroma. It is a program that is not suitable for MSI.
-There should be a lot of RGB animations,
-The keyboard should be able to move according to the music,
-It should be possible to pass the guard,
profile is not one custom, there must be more than one custom setting in a profile. Or it should be possible to create a profile with only custom settings.
- Razer recognizes every game I install. MSI center does not recognize it. If I am coloring for games myself, I should be able to create a profile as "my games" and manually add the exe of the games and map the profile to them.
Or if msi can't handle it. With proper SDK and user-friendly software sharing, it will approve third-party programs without necessarily requiring a motherboard, and for example, synapse will offer full support. Better get the software support from RAZER to produce the keyboard msi.