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MSI 875P motherboard fan LED configurable?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by FrankToronto, Sep 21, 2003.

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  1. FrankToronto

    FrankToronto Thread Starter

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    The MSI website doesnt say anything about it, and I can't find anything elsewhere.. but I have an MSI 875P that has a built in chipset fan on the motherboard with an LED kit on it. While I like the lights, in a dark room playing video games with a disco flashin LED can be annoying. I don't know how, but on the second day of using the PC, the LED stayed a solid blue for the whole day, even through reboots. Nothign in the bios or any of the software that came with the machine, no mention of it in the manual or online.. anyone know anything about this stuff?

    Frank
     
  2. Triple6

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    Try emailing MSI for help. If all else fails cover the LED or remove it.
     
  3. zeddy

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    Do I take it you have a windowed case?
     
  4. FrankToronto

    FrankToronto Thread Starter

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    Yeah.. Thermaltake Xaser III with a window..
    its bad assed.. I dont mind the LED in general.
    but I was really hoping for a nice blue ambient light..
     
  5. funkenbooty

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    Time for some bad assed...curtains or a shade for your window
     
  6. zeddy

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    Or can you not just replace the fan? or paint over the LCDs (as they are cold any black paint should do)
     
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