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banana999Topic starter

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Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« on: 11-February-19, 15:05:06 »

My fans are flickering when I turn on Game Sync mode in Mystic Light 3.0.0.46. 

The fans are Corsair SP120 which are listed as compatible with Mystic Light at the page here: https://www.msi.com/Landing/mystic-light-motherboard#sync

Any fix?

https://imgur.com/a/4RDcns2


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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #1 on: 12-February-19, 00:02:16 »

Hi,

What motherboard are you using?
Have you installed other lighting control programs such as iCUE on your PC?
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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #2 on: 12-February-19, 08:09:00 »

So there's a few things regarding this....

I'm not sure what the game mode is.

But what I do know is that the all sync mode can be slow at times if you have many different components using the All Sync mode.

As far as blinking, it is possible you have other things trying to control the LED's, such as iCUE or some other program?
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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #3 on: 12-February-19, 13:59:37 »

Hi there,

I am using MSI Z390 Carbon Pro AC. The fans LEDs are connected to the JCORSAIR header.

They can be controlled in normal mode through Mystic Light fine.

And no they do not get detected in iCue because you need a their hub (Lighting Node) for that and I do not have that. I have tried with / without iCue.

It is only happening in Game Mode when I try to sync with Razer Synapse, maybe it can be fixed in an update?
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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #4 on: 12-February-19, 14:35:22 »

Dunno. Best I can suggest then is to contact MSI directly about the software. See : >>How to contact MSI.<<
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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #5 on: 12-February-19, 21:40:20 »

Hi,

Razer Synapse is still considered as a lighting control program. 
Installing multiple lighting control programs on the same system is never recommended in the first place due to conflict.   
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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #6 on: 12-February-19, 22:22:00 »

Hi,

Razer Synapse is still considered as a lighting control program.
Installing multiple lighting control programs on the same system is never recommended in the first place due to conflict.

I dunno. Maybe the newer versions, but the 2.xx versions do not have it. Nothing that would interfere with anything MSI does.
(I only know because I'm still using that....I don't like the 3.xx versions)
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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #7 on: 13-February-19, 02:16:23 »

Hi,

Razer Synapse is still considered as a lighting control program.
Installing multiple lighting control programs on the same system is never recommended in the first place due to conflict.

But the entire point of the game mode is to sync with other services exactly like Razer Synapse?
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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #8 on: 13-February-19, 02:50:42 »

Hi,

The Game Sync mode is an entirely new feature added into Mystic Light 3.
This feature allows the Razer Synapse 3 to take the full lighting control of the motherboard and other RGB devices at the same time.
Razer Synapse 3 is still a BETA version being in development.
I believe the Corsair fans LEDs flickering issue is probably caused by the Razer Synapse software, but we still have to wait for a future Mystic Light update which might be able to fix this bug.

I suggest that you contact Razer, Corsair, and MSI directly.
RAZER and Corsair should know more about the fans LEDs flickering issue.
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Re: Fan Flickering in Mystic Light Game Sync
« Reply #9 on: 13-February-19, 12:31:42 »

Ah okay, hopefully it will be fixed in a future update. 

It's great that these different RGB software are finally being allowed to sync with each other!
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